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Mar 13 1989 (HC)

Yakub Rowther Vs. Poongavanammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-13-1989

Reported in : (1990)2MLJ400

..... been subsequently raised and has been heard and decided finally by such court within the meaning of section 11 of the code of civil procedure. certainly, there, are explanations in section 11 before the amendments brought in by central act 104 of 1976, to provide guidance as to the scope and amplitude of such implications. apart ..... in mangru v. taraknathji : [1967]3scr125 the claim proceedings under order 21, rule 58 of the code of civil procedure, before its amendment by central act 104 of 1976, were not prosecuted further after the decision therein went against the claimant and in that context it was observed that an order in the claim ..... 58, or a decree in a suit filed under rule 63 does not extend beyond the execution of the decree which has given rise to those proceedings.' '2. in the decision reported in peda rami reddi v. bichalu 1952 1 mlj 475, 65 l.w. 261, the learned judges of the division bench have ..... appellate court in a.s. no. 447 of 1973, dismissed the suit of the plaintiff. this has obliged the plaintiff to prefer the present second appeal.2. when the second appeal was heard, by the learned single judge, it was urged before him that the decision of the full bench of this court in ..... . that was a suit for partition filed by one vengachi alias veerammal, who is the fourth defendant in the present suit against the plaintiff and defendants 2, 3 and 5 in the present suit in the suit for partition, the question arose as to whether the sale dated 24-4-1967 in favour of .....

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Jan 13 1989 (HC)

A. Subramani Vs. Mani and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-13-1989

Reported in : II(1989)ACC253; 1990ACJ37

..... its liability was limited to only rs. 5,000/-.4. before the tribunal, the appellant examined himself as pw1 and examined the medical officer, who treated him, as pw 2. exhs. a-l to a-3 being the admission and discharge certificates from the hospital were marked on the side of the appellant ..... bones in the left leg. he filed m.o.p. no. 201 of 1981 under section 110-a of the motor vehicles act (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') before the motor accidents claims tribunal (additional subordinate judge-ii), chengalpattu, claiming a total compensation of rs. 25,000/-.3. respondent nos. 1 and ..... the appellant would be entitled to a separate amount for pain and suffering undergone by him during the prolonged treatment. i award a sum of rs. 2,000/- for pain and suffering.10. the appellant has taken pains to examine pw2, the orthopaedic surgeon, who had treated him in the government ..... , contended that the compensation awarded was reasonable and that since the appellant was a passenger at the time of the accident and since exh. b-2, policy of insurance, showed that its liability was only rs. 5,000/-for a passenger, the second respondent would not be liable for higher ..... has been awarded compensation by the motor accidents claims tribunal, has filed the present appeal contending that the compensation awarded by the tribunal is grossly inadequate.2. facts briefly are: the appellant, while he was getting down from a passenger bus bearing registration no. mdh 4589 belonging to the third respondent .....

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Oct 17 1989 (HC)

Rangasamy Vs. Periammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-17-1989

Reported in : 1991ACJ45

..... the policy and that liability could be avoided on one or more of the grounds enumerated in section 96 (2) of the act. thus, it is seen that section 96 (2), read along with section 96 (1) of the act, clearly postulates the subsistence of an insurance policy and the avoidance of liability by the insurance ..... there is no question of avoidance of liability by the insurance company under a contract on one or more of the grounds enumerated under section 96 (2) of the motor vehicles act, when there is no subsisting contract at all. therefore, the reliance placed by the decision in dharman v. n.c. srinivasan ..... company on the grounds enumerated in section 96 (2) (b) of the act. the provision under section 96 (2) (b) of the motor vehicles act cannot, therefore, be pressed into service to fasten liability on an insurance company, even in a case ..... decision was, whether the insurers, subsequently added as defendants in an action for damages, could be permitted to raise defences falling outside section 96 (2) of the motor vehicles act, 1939. it is thus seen that on the facts of that case, there were valid and operative covers for the vehicles at ..... is an illiterate woman and no weight could, therefore, be attached to the age of the deceased as given by her and that the medical opinion established that the deceased was about 50 years at the time of his death and the other evidence established that the deceased would have .....

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Nov 08 1989 (HC)

T.B. Adhikesavalu Vs. Senior Divisional Manager, Life Insurance Corpor ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-08-1989

Reported in : (1990)1MLJ457

..... bestow attentive thought upon, give and heed to, take note of. the relevant definition of the word 'consider' given in webster's third new international dictionary is 'to reflection; think above with a degree of care or caution'. below this definition are given the synonyms being 'contemplate, study, weigh, revolve, excogitate.' while ..... by judgment dated 31.8.1976, while confirming the conviction, modified the sentence with a direction to release the petitioner under section 4(1) of the probation of offenders act on his executing a bond in a sum of rs. 1,000 with two sureties for a like sum to the ..... order a fresh departmental inquiry which is dispensed with under rule 14 of the rules of 1968 which incorporates the principle contained in article 311(2) proviso(a). this provision confers power on the disciplinary authority to decide whether in the facts and circumstances of a particular case what ..... deals with imposition of penalties for misconduct in disciplinary action, after satisfying the formalities of show cause and enquiry as set down in sub-regulations (2) and (3) thereof, the stand taken by the respondents throughout is that the penalty of removal from service was imposed on the petitioner ..... the respondents herein were the respondents in the writ petition. we shall refer to the parties as per their array in the writ petition.2. the petitioner was a development officer in the employ of the life insurance corporation of india, hereinafter referred to as the corporation, and .....

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Jan 30 1989 (HC)

income-tax Officer Vs. Dr. S. Surender Reddy.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-30-1989

Reported in : [1989]30ITD296(Mad)

..... associated with treating the patient. the result of the examination which is given in the form of a report is certainly an article or thing in the light of the definition as given in new oxford illustrated dictionary to the effect that a thing is what is or may be an object of perception, knowledge of thought. the assessee is producing ..... apparatus used for the analysis of various immunoglobulins, serum, tissue fluid etc.(15) stabilizer used for regulated power supply to medical equipments.(16) electric fans (exhaust fans) used for removing fumes arising from the test material during the tests.(17) aloka sec. scanner used to scan and see various body parts like liver, heart, spleen on a t. v. monitor.(18) densitameter ..... production of an article or thing.'thing' according to the new oxford illustrated dictionary (reprint 1982) is :'1. what, is or may be an object of perception, knowledge or thought.2. entity, being, esp. inanimate object.3. please of property, possession (pl.) clothes, garments, esp. outdoor garments : (pl.) implements, utensils.4. (pl.) affairs, concerns, matters.5. what is (to be) done ..... the principles laid down by the supreme court in r. b. jodha mal kuthialas case (supra) while interpreting the meaning of the expression 'owner' occurring in section 22 of the income-tax act, 1961, which is in pari materia with sec. 22 of the income-tax act, 1922, for the purpose of determining the question whether the assessee is entitled to claim depreciation under .....

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Mar 02 1989 (HC)

Fleming India Vs. Ambalal Sarabhai Enterprises

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-02-1989

Reported in : (1990)2MLJ249

..... air1980delhi299 where it was held that use of trade mark by unregistered user is of no avail to proprietor for purpose of section 46 of the trade and merchandise mark act. section 48(2) therein provides an exception in case of permitted use of trade mark being deemed to be used by the proprietor and ..... shall be deemed not to be used by a person other than the proprietor for the purpose of section 46. the result is ..... of deceit, the questions of passing off will not arise.23. the plaintiffs further contention is that the agreement also violates section 23 of the contract act but having acted so far, all these years pursuant to the above said agreement of 1980, the plaintiff cannot now come and say at ..... manufactures the above said drugs under the above said respective trade marks, it would be manufacturing only 'spurious drugs' as per section 17b (a) of the drugs and cosmetics act, 1940. section 17b(a) runs thus:for the purpose of this chapter, a drug shall be deemed to be spurious - (a) if ..... consider particularly at this interlocutory stage, in this passing off action whether the defendant ambalal sarabhai enterprises ltd. would be manufacturing 'spurious drugs' under section 17b pursuant to the licence given by the drug controller, gujarat. likewise, in this passing off action i cannot consider whether the defendant sarabhai, .....

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Nov 28 1989 (HC)

S. Kannan Vs. Member of the Local Board, State Bank of India and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-28-1989

Reported in : (1990)1MLJ516

..... an appellate tribunal. in swadeshi cotton mills v. union of india : [1981]2scr533 although the majority held that the expression that immediate action is necessary in section 18aa(1)(a) of the industries (development and regulation) act, 1951, does not exclude absolutely, by necessary implication the application of the audi alteram partem rule, chinnappa reddy, j. dissented with the view and expressed ..... inquiry has been elaborately set out by this court in khan chand v. union of india : (1959)illj167sc and even after the constitution (forty-second amendment) act, 1976, the inquiry required by clause (2) of article 311 would be the same except that it would not be necessary to give to a civil servant an opportunity to make a representation with ..... the later judgment are relevant for this case:6. the conclusions reached by the majority in tulsiram patel's case : (1985)iillj206sc were:. ... ...iii. the inquiry under article 311(2).15. clause (2) of article 311 gives a constitutional mandate to the principles of natural justice and the audi alteram partem rule by providing that civil servant shall not be dismissed or ..... observations with reference to rule 15(4) (as amended in 1976) of the central civil services (classification, control and appeal) rules (1965).after the amendment, the requirement of clause (2) will be satisfied by holding inquiry in which the government servant has been informed of the charge against him and given a reasonable opportunity of being heard. in the instant .....

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