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Feb 20 1973 (HC)

Rachapudi Subramanyam and ors. Vs. the District Collector and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-20-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP55

..... resolution can be read as meaning that the grant was of rent-free land, the case would come strictly within the doctrine of estoppel enunciated in section 115, evidence act. but even otherwise i.e., if there was merely the holding out of a promise that no rent will be charged in the future the ..... been accepted as attributable to military service. on the faith of that assurance he did not take the steps he otherwise would have taken to get independent medical opinion. the matter should have been in fact dealt with by the minister of pensions, and the question was whether that minister was estopped, i.e., ..... :(1) when the effect of its application is to override the clear words of a statute; in their words equity shoulnot be allowed to override law. (2) nor would it apply to criminal proceedings. (3) it would also not apply if the result of it is to obtain powers in excess of those ..... , like to refer to two recent english decision, which, in our judgment, are relevant.28. in wells v. ministry of housing and local government, (1967) 2 all er 1041, a local authority's engineer informed the applicant, wells, that planning permission was not necessary for proposed development. the authority later argued that the engineer ..... is a private citizen.18. lord denning l. j. reiterated the same view in the celebrated case of falmouth boat construction co. v. howell, (1950) 2 kb 16. in that case, a license was required to do ship repair work. the work was started on the basis of an oral license given by .....

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Oct 23 1973 (HC)

ippili Satyanarayana Vs. the Amadalavalasa Co-operative Agricultural a ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-23-1973

Reported in : AIR1975AP22

..... lower court in i. a. 54/71 in o. s. 61/70 on its file which was a petition filed under o 6 rule 17 and section 151, civil procedure code for permission to amend the plaint.2. in the affidavit in support of fee petition for amendment it was stated that the plaintiff filed the suit for recovery of rs. 19723.95 from ..... applying this rule where, as here, the defendant claims a time-bar under the statute of limitations. in weldon v. neal, (1887) 19 qbd 394 lord esher said: we must act on the settled rule of practice, which is that amendments are not admissible when they prejudice the rights of the opposite party as existing at the date of such amendments ..... . sri k. raghavarao the learned counsel appearing for the petitioner has submitted that since a new claim based upon the undertaking letter dated 7-8-1967 is barred by 5-2-1971 when the amendment petition was filed, the amendment ought to be rejected. it may be noted that the suit in this case was filed on 26-4-1969. he ..... has taken up the plea that the suit promissory note is insufficiently stamped and is therefore inadmissible in evidence, the plaintiff prayed for amending the plaint by deleting lines 1, 2 and 3 of paragraph 4 and substituting therefor by the words 'the cause of action for this suit arose between the period from 24-7-1962 to 12-4-1963 .....

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Jul 30 1973 (HC)

Veeramachaneni Gangadhararao Vs. Kanuri Venkatgeswara Rao and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-30-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP289

..... claim for an account from the manager. in the first case, the possession of the defendant not being lawful, the plaintiff is entitled to recover 'mesne profits' as defined in section 2, clause (12) of the civil procedure code, such profits being really in the nature of damages. in the second case the possession and receipt of profits by the defendant not being wrongful ..... . (1) suits for ejectment or recovery of possession of immovable property from a person in possession without title, together with a claim for past or past and future mesne profits ; (2) suits for partition by one or more tenants-in-common against others with a claim for account of past or past and future profits ; (3) suits for partition by a ..... 12, civil p. c., can be granted after the suit has been finally disposed of in appeal, without providing for that relief in the decree, arises under the following circumstances :2. o. s. no. 5/55 was filed in the court of the principal district munsif, gudivada for possession of the plaint schedule properties and for past profits and a decree .....

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Oct 30 1973 (HC)

In Re: Javvaji Venkateshwarlu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-30-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP319

..... direction, and the time taken for compliance by the party shall be time taken by the court as time requisite for supplying copies.5. for analogy we may refer to section 1498, c. p. c., where the whole or any part of any fee prescribed for any document by the law for the time being in force relating to court-fees ..... the deposit of copy stamps or printing charges, as the time spent by him due to carelessness or negligence.9. when the court requires a party to do a particular act by a particular time the party will be within his right in doing it within the time and he cannot be penalised for what he has done according to the ..... time cannot run against the appellant. as this case relates to a combined calculation, i do not think, that this case has any application to the facts of present case.2. the other cases mentioned in the office note saying that the six days lost, by the carelessness or the negligence of the party, should not be allowed in favour of .....

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Oct 10 1973 (HC)

Allu Appalaswamy and ors. Vs. Maturi Anjaneyulu and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-10-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP268

..... for withdrawal of the suit.'17. respectfully following the said decision, we find no difficulty in holding in the compelling the plaintiff to continue his suit as against defendant no. 2 although he had categorically abandoned ought to have therefore dismissed the plaintiff's suit as against the 2nd defendant under order xxiii, rule 1 , c. p. c. as stated earlier ..... ;'the language or order 23 , rule 1 , sub-rule (1), c. p. c. gives an unqualified right to a plaintiff to withdraw from a suit is sought under sub-rule (2) of that rule , the plaintiff becomes liable for such costs as the court may award and becomes precluded from instituting any fresh suit in respect of that subject-matter under ..... after the institution of a suit, the plaintiff may, as against all or any of the defendants, withdraw his suit or abandon part of his claim. according to sub-rule (2), where the court is satisfied about the defects in the suit, it may , on such terms as it thinks fit, grant the plaintiff permission to withdraw from such suit or ..... a partnership and settlement of accounts. there were in all five defendants. they seemed to have filed a written statements. issues were framed. plaintiff was examined as p. w. 1.2. it is at this stage on 13-10-1969 the plaintiff's counsel represented to the court that the plaintiff on the one hand and defendants 1, 3, 4 and .....

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Oct 19 1973 (HC)

State Bank of Hyderabad Vs. Kotha Papi Reddy and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-19-1973

Reported in : AIR1975AP25

..... for money or other property received by virtue thereof or executed by the surety to secure the due performance of a contract.7. bond is denned in section 2(5) of the act and it is the contention of the learned government pleader that it comes under sub-clause (b) of clause (5). according to it, bond ..... borrower does not comply with the terms of the agreement for instalment credit which he has executed. i am not, therefore, satisfied that the essential ingredient of section 2(5)(b) is satisfied in this case.9. what is more, it should be noted that it is not sufficient for an instrument to come within the ..... in karuppan chettiar v. nagappa. air 1934 mad 186 held that the contract they were dealing with was one of guarantee within the meaning of section 126 of the contract act. it was not necessary that a contract of suretyship should be in the form of a security bond or in writing.16. when such is ..... guarantee. the contents of the deed also, which i have given above, would demonstrate this beyond any doubt. a contract of guarantee is defined in section 126 of the contract act. it says that it is a contract to perform the promise or to discharge the liability of a third person in case of his default. ..... . if it is reduced to writing it has to be stamped as a contract or an agreement, which it really is as per the specific provisions of section 126. i am thus satisfied that a contract of guarantee is chargeable with a stamp required for an agreement, when it is reduced to writing. a written .....

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Jul 19 1973 (HC)

Mohd. Hameed Vs. Collector, Hyderabad and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-19-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP119

order1. these writ petitions involve a similar point.2. the petitioners are owners of fair price shop for selling essential commodities. their licences were cancelled on the ground of certain alleged irregularities. aggrieved by the said orders, they filed these writ petitions . orders of suspension were passed by this court pending disposal of the writ petitions suspending the impugned orders. when these petitions came up for disposal on previous occasions, i adjourned the cases with a direction to the government to complete the enquiry into the charges against the petitioners; but though the matter has been adjourned from time to time, no information is forthcoming as to whether any enquiry was over. even today no information has been placed before me as to the stage at which the enquiry stands. it is always open to the government to conduct any enquiry into the charges and pass appropriate orders. till such orders are passed, there is no justification for cancelling the petitioner's licences.3. i therefore, allow these writ petitions subject to the above directions. there will be no order as to costs. government pleader's fee rs. 100/-.4. petitions allowed.

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Sep 21 1973 (HC)

The Official Receiver Vs. Veeranki Samudralu and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-21-1973

Reported in : AIR1975AP27

..... revision petition is, whether the revision petitioner has any locus standi to file the application to get himself impleaded in the proceedings and contest the same. under section 20 of the provincial insolvency act the court is empowered to appoint an interim receiver when making an order admitting the insolvency petition-the court shall ordinarily appoint an interim receiver of the property ..... various decisions bearing upon the point, the full bench expressed its concluded opinion as follows (at page 160):'in cases where an interim receiver is appointed under section 20 of the provincial insolvency act subsequent to the date of the execution sale as well as in cases where he has been appointed before, we are of opinion that it is perfectly competent ..... full bench decision of the madras high court reported in sailappan v. subbaiah. : air1963mad156 . the question referred to the full bench was whether an interim receiver appointed under section 20 of the provincial insolvency act is entitled to apply to set aside a court sale of a property of a debtor under order 21, rule. 90, civil procedure code. ramachandra lyer, c. j., has ..... order 1, rule 10, civil procedure code to permit him to come on record and contest the execution proceedings. that application was dismissed and hence this revision petition by the official receiver.2. the petitioner was appointed as an interim receiver in i. p. no, 28 of 1966 on the file of the sub-court, vijayawada, to administer the affairs of the debtors .....

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Apr 10 1973 (HC)

Shaik Basha and anr. Vs. Station House Officer

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-10-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP72

..... that the amount was kept there by the petitioners intending to use it for side betting. the police raided and arrested the petitioners and others.2. section 12 of the act reads thus :'whoever is found gaming with cards, dice, counters, money or other instruments of gaming in any public street , place or ..... darts' can be said to be gaming or not . i do not think there can be any difficulty. as per the definition given for the term 'gaming' in the act, any play which includes wagering or betting comes under gaming. therefore according to the allegation what the petitioners were found playing is ..... house in which the accused were found playing cards for money is not a public place within the meaning of section 12 of the act.8. in the decision emperor v. govindarajulu, air 1916 mad 474 the accused was procuted for disorderly behavior in a place of public resort (to wit, the grounds ..... of the madras harbour) an offence under section 75 of the madras city police act. the presidency magistrate acquitted the accused on the ground that ..... the decision khudi sheikh v. king emperor , (1901-02) 6 cal wn 33 the calcutta high court was considering a case under section 11 of the bengal gambling act, ii of 1867, whereunder it was provided that a police officer may apprehend without warrant any person found playing for money etc., in any public .....

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Oct 16 1973 (HC)

inspector General of Registration and Stamps, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderaba ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-16-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP83

..... the indian stamps act. he therefore opined that the document requires a stamp duty of rs. 360/- under article 35 (a) read with art. 20 of schedule 1 ..... of the act viz., agreement relating to deposit of title deeds as the advance received and the purpose for which the deposit of title deeds was made was not for repayment of the loan or debt. he therefore expressed the opinion that the document creates a right over specific property falling under the definition of 'mortgage deed' as defined by section 2(17) of ..... ekbote, c.j.1. we have before us the matter of clarification sought by the office as to before whom the revision filed under section 61(1) of the stamp act should be placed for hearing.2. the facts in brief are that sri bhagat ram undertook to construct a house at himyatnagar on behalf of sri p.v. narayana for an estimated construction ..... -a of the indian stamp act.5. since the high court is the court to which appeals lie from the chief judge, city civil court, hyderabad and .....

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