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Apr 05 1963 (HC)

Gultupalli Hanumayya and ors. Vs. Ravella Venkata Subbayya

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-05-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP68

..... passed by another court which ceased to have territorial jurisdiction but which still exists, in the absence of a notification transferring the business or an order under section 24 or section 39, c. p. c.2. a decree was passed by the subordinate judge's court, guntur, against the appellants in o. s. no. 33 of 1961. subsequently, execution of this decree levied ..... the execution petition, as the subordinate judge's court, guntur, continued to exist and no notification was issued transferring the business concerning the suit or an order passed under section 24 or section 39, c. p. c.3. this plea found favour with the subordinate judge's court, narsaraopet, with the result that the execution petition was dismissed.4. on appeal by ..... the court which passed the decree exists and so long as there is no transfer of business by the district court to that court or an order passed under section 24 or section 39, c. p. c.8. we are re-informed in this opinion of ours by a judgment of full bench of the madras high court in ramier v. muthukrishna .....

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Apr 10 1963 (HC)

Sri Ramalingeswara Rice and Oil Mill Co. Ltd. Vs. the Additional Incom ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-10-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP74

..... to deposit a particular sum of money does not amount to its being ear-marked for a particular purpose. it is only when there is a definite order directing appropriation of the amount deposited that other creditors or the government could have no claim to it.14. apart from the general principles, there ..... appointment of receiver to take possession of the factory and lease for two or more years, on the allegation that the defendant was threatening to commit acts of waste on the machinery and the structures.4. this petition was contested by the defendant, who represented that he was willing to deposit annual rent ..... the judgment of a division bench of the same court in errikulappa chetty v. official assignee, madras, ilr 39 mad 903: (air 1917 mad 743 (2)). there it was decided that the plaintiff, who had obtained an order under order 38, rule 5 civil procedure code, had no charge on the money paid into ..... ruling does not govern the instant case.12. bird v. barstow, (1892) 1 qb 94 and in re ford; ex parte the trustee (1900) 2 qb 211 do not also advance the proposition enunciated by the learned counsel for the petitioner. both these cases dealt with deposits made as a condition to the ..... to a bench by ananthanarayana ayyar, j., as he thought that it raises a question of general and public importance and there should be an authoritative pronouncement.2. the civil revision petition is brought against the order of the subordinate judge, tenali, accepting e. a. no. 284 of 1959, a petition filed by .....

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Dec 02 1963 (HC)

K. Ramulu and ors. Vs. the Deputy Commissioner of Excise, Hyderabad Di ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-02-1963

Reported in : AIR1965AP20

..... the commissioner of excise by virtue of the powers vested in him under sec. 3 (i) (a) of the abkari act ; and that sub-rules (i) (b) and (ii) of r. 7 are not open to challenge as violative of any of the constitutional rights of the petitioner ..... , the learned advocate general appearing for respondents 1 to 3, supported the action taken by the auctioning authority as fully warranted by the akbari act and the rules and argued that the instructions contained in the impugned circular were intended to protect the public revenue and were within the competence of ..... this was done in the interests of public revenue and in the 'bona fide' exercise of the powers vested in the authorities by the abkari act and the rules framed thereunder. it is the further case of the department that as the arrears of excise revenue in the hyderabad district were ..... by the commissioner of excise to the deputy excise commissioner, hyderabad division, and of rule 7 (i) (b) and (ii) of the rules framed by the government under the hyderabad abkari act ( no. 1 of 1316 f).(3) it is common ground that at the auction held on 26-8-1963 the petitioners ..... ex/ 59- e 1, dated 2-6-1959. (3) board's c. r. no. 238/ ex/ 59, dated 30-6-1959. .................................................... the following notifications will be published in the andhra pradesh gazette. notification in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 3 and 15 of the abkari act (hyderabad act 1 to 1316-f) and in .....

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Apr 18 1963 (HC)

Prabhakara Rao H. Mawle Vs. Hyderabad State Bank

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-18-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP101

..... pecuniary jurisdiction. therefore, in the absence of any order to the contrary by the chief judge of the city civil court under the provisions of section 12 of the hyderabad civil courts act, it was competent for the fourth additional judge to entertain e. p. no. 49 of i960. vide chaturbhuj marwari v. a.w. ..... that steps be taken to transfer the execution case to another competent judge and intimating that the case stood posted to 8-2-1960.on 1st february, 1960, the chief judge purporting to act under section 24, c.p.c. withdrew to his file e.p. no. 121 of 1959 from the file of the first ..... proper for the chief judge to transfer them to another suitable judge in exercise of the power conferred on him under section 12(1) of the hyderabad civil courts act. this was essentially an administrative act. if he had the power to make the transfer as a matter of distribution of business of the city civil ..... true character and legal effect of the transfer. the chief judge was entitled to make the transfer by virtue of the provisions of section 12(1) of the hyderabad civil courts act (36 of 1954), which reads :'the first judge of the city civil court may from time to time make such arrangements as ..... additional judge city civil court, hyderabad and transferred it to the file of the fourth additional judge, city civil court. this order does not appear to have reached the additional chief judge on 8-2 .....

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Jun 11 1963 (HC)

Chebolu Satyanarayanamurthy Vs. Chebolu Ram Subbamma and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-11-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP105

..... in our considered judgment, the principle enunciated above cannot be said to be in dis-consonance either with the rule stated by westropp c. j., in ilr 2 bom 573 (fb), that in certain relationships, independent of possession of ancestral property, payment of maintenance was a legal and an imperative duty and not a moral ..... those who have taken her husband's share.'this rule commended itself to a full bench of the 'madras high court in lakshmidevamma v. veera reddi, (1939) 2 mad lj 340 : (air 1939 mad 781 (fb), leach c. j., who delivered the opinion 'f the full bench, remarked that he re-garded the ..... is urged by sri subrahmanyam, learned counsel for the first respondent, relying on a passage in mayne's hindu law and the decisions, savitri bai v. luxmibai, ilr 2 bom 573 (fb); subbarayan v. subbakka, ilr 8 mad 236; rama rao v. rajah of pittapur, ilr 41 mad 778 : (air 1918 pc 81) and ..... maintenance as fixed: by the court.5. the trial court fixed rs. 50/- per mensem. as her maintenance and allocated it between defen-dants 1 and 2. the district munsif fonnd that the ancestral property in the hands of the seconds respondent fetched an annual income of rs. 600/-out of which rs. 300/- ..... this appeal, under clause 15 of the letters-patent, is filed by the first defendant against the judgment of our learned brother, seshachalapathi, j. with his leave.2. the appellant and the second respondent are the sons of the first respondent. the first respondent laid an action (o. s. no. 156 of 1955 on the .....

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Dec 03 1963 (HC)

Chalavada Venkata Subbarao and Co. and anr. Vs. Grandhi Sree Ramulu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-03-1963

Reported in : AIR1965AP16

..... precise scope of the term 'judgment' used in cl. 15. the learned chief justice, sir arnold white, who spoke for the full bench, formulated a definition of 'judgment' in a comprehensive manner.(2) 'the test seems to me' thus observed the learned chief justice, 'to be not what is the form of the adjudication, but what is the ..... judge of any division court, pursuant to s. 108 of the government of india act made (on or after the 1st day of february 1929) in the exercise of appellate jurisdiction in respect of a decree or order made in the exercise ..... and not being a sentence or order passed or made in the exercise of the power of superintendence under the provisions of s. 107 of the government of india act or in the exercise of criminal jurisdiction ) of one judge of the said high court or one judge of any division court, pursuant to s. 108 of ..... government of india act, and that notwithstanding anything hereinbefore provided an appeal shall lie to the said high court from a judgment of one judge of the said high court or one ..... rendered in the year 1910 and for more than half a century it has ruled the law in madras.(4) in khatizan v. sonairam, air 1920 cal 797 (2) the high court of calcutta held that an order for transfer of a suit made under cl. 13 of the letters patent was not a 'judgment' within .....

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Jan 31 1963 (HC)

Chennupati Ramakotayya Vs. Myheni Lakshmanaswamy and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-31-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP14

..... corporation (hereinafter referred to as the corporation) for certain purposes is tantamount to a contract with the government of andhra pradesh within the ' meaning of section 7(d) of the representation of the people act, 1951.2. the facts leading upto this appeal lie in a short compass and may be stated thus. in the last general elections, the appellant and respondents ..... , entered into a contract with the corporation which, according to the respondents, has imposed the disability contemplated by section 7(d) on the appellant.9. we will now extract here the provisions of section 7(d) of the representation of the peoples act, 1951. it recites:'a person shall be disqualified for being chosen as, and for being, a member of ..... respondents, fell back upon the argument that having regard to the legislative policy underlying section 7(d) namely, maintenance of independence and integrity of the members of the ..... to be wound up, which elements are absent in (1949) 2 all er 327. for these reasons we are unable to accede to the theory that the andhra pradesh mining corporation answers the description of 'appropriate government' within the contemplation of section 7(d) of the representation of the people act, 1951.23. lastly, sri balaparameswari rao, learned counsel for the .....

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Feb 05 1963 (HC)

A. Ramachandra Rao Vs. A. Venkata Lakshminarayana Sastry

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-05-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP31

..... the ahsildar to make an enquiry in the manner prescribed and pass an order against which order an appeal is provided under sub-section (2) to the revenue divisional officer. a combined reading of sections 13 and 16 would show that on an application being filed, an enquiry has to be held, by the tahsildar and the ..... of the sugarcane delivered in the sugar factory by the tenants. but that certainly would not be a payment within the meaning of section 13 (a) of the act'.10. in parasuramulu v. suryanarayanamurthi, (1961)-2 andh w. r. 312, which dealt with the question of waiver by receipt of payment of arrears of rent, it was ..... order on 6-4-1959 by the petitioner there was default within the meaning of section 13 clause (a) of the act on the ground that the payment of the rent by the tenant through post is at his own risk.2. our learned brother expressed the view that where the landlord cannot be found and the ..... germane to the question for consideration.6. in (1959) 2 andh w. r. 463, by a bench consisting of the learned chief justice and ore of us had considered the language of sections 7 and 13 of the act. it was held that on the language of section 7, there can be little doubt that the deposit should ..... of the act, the requirements of section 7 which were that the agreed rent should be paid, have been complied with and if not, what is its effect. it was not there in dispute that the agreed rent had not been paid or deposited, and applying the decision of the bench (1959) 2 andh w. r. 463 .....

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Apr 17 1963 (HC)

Mantena Durgaraju Vs. Melam Pallam Raju and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-17-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP50

..... chandra reddy, c.j.1. the problem that is posed in this revision case is whether section 78(1) of the provincial insolvency act (hereinafter referred to as the act) governs the proviso to section 68 of the act.2. the facts necessary for this enquiry are few and are not in dispute. the father of respondents 1 to 3 was adjudged an insolvent in i. p ..... days from the date of the act or decision complained of.' section 78 is in these words:'(1) the provisions of sections 5 and 12 of the indian limitation act, 1908, shall apply to appeals and applications under this act, and for the purpose of the said section 12, a decision under section 4 shall be deemed to be a decree.' (2) x x x x x'7 ..... appeals and applications under the provincial insolvency act. that being so, it is needless for ..... . it is seen that section 5 of the limitation act is specifically made applicable to all .....

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Jan 18 1963 (HC)

inguva Ramakrishna Rao Vs. Samudrala Venkataratnam

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-18-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP69

..... the person who can sell stamps and could not depute the same to a clerk in view of section 34 of the court-fees act and section 69 of the indian stamp act. section 34 of the court-fees act reads as follows :'34. (1) the appropriate government may, from time to time, make rules ..... sale of stamps on behalf of the vendor himself. it is also contended that the prohibition contained either in section 34 of the court-fees act or section 69 of the indian stamp act is only a prohibition against any person other than a licenced stamp-vendor selling stamps in his own right ..... to the stamp-vending on behalf of the plaintiff, who is the person licensed to vend stampsis prohibited under section 34 of the court-fees act, 1870 and section 69 of the indian stamp act. in that view, the learned additional district judge allowed the appeal and dismissed the plaintiff's suit, and ..... for regulating the sale of stamps to be used under this act, the persons by whom alone such sale is to be conducted, and the duties and remuneration of such persons. (2 ..... ) all such rules shall be published in the official gazette, and shall thereupon have the force of law. (3) any person appointed to sell stamps who disobeys any rule made under this section .....

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