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Nov 12 1971 (HC)

Chhotubhai Babarbhai Patel and ors. Vs. the State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1972Guj153

..... the parties, the learned judge framed issues at ex. 25, as under:'1. whether the suit is maintainable in present form? 2. whether the suit is bad on account of multifariousness? 3. whether the plaintiffs' suit is barred by res judicata? 4. whether the notice is legal? 5. whether the plaintiffs are entitled to challenge the purpose of acquisition and if .....

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Jun 28 1996 (HC)

State of Gujarat Vs. Bank of Baroda and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1997Guj130

..... be a classic case of two distinct causes of action permitted to be brought together by statutory provision but for which, the suit would be hit by the provisions of multifariousness, and therefore, court-fee payable was to each of the items thus claimed. the defect was two-fold. the suit was not properly evaluated as per the provisions of the ..... 't carry on discussion with regard to the overruling aspect for the simple reason that there is no conflict between the two. unless it is held that the suit is multifarious, there is no question of section 8 of the suits valuation act not being attracted.7. our learned brother justice b.c. patel has taken utmost pain and has referred ..... be liable under this act. so far, there cannot be any problem.3. in order to understand the concept of multifarious suits, one has to turn to the provisions of civil procedure code. multi-fariousness may arise as per the provisions of orders 1 and 2 of the said code, when parties and ..... loan advanced. so far as statutory material is concerned, section 18 of the bombay court-fees act, 1959 has to be looked at. it deals with multifarious suits. where a suit is found to be multifarious, the amount of court-fee chargeable shall be the aggregate amount of fees to which the plaint in suits embracing separately each of such subjects would .....

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Jul 27 1994 (HC)

Amreli Municipality Vs. Inspecting Officer (Court Fees)

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1995)2GLR1904

..... had to recover large amount from the defendant-gujarat electricity board and there are other contentions also of similar nature against the whole demand. there was no question or any multifariousness or possibility of separate suits on such count. therefore, section 18 would not be attracted in the present case. therefore, the maximum court fees payable would be rs. 15,000 ..... mentioned in the contract of sale was required to be paid. a further question which was considered was regarding separate causes of action. section 18 of the act deals with multifarious suits and provides that when the suit embraces two or more distinct subjects, the court fees to be levied would be on the basis of calculation on each separate subject .....

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Aug 08 2008 (HC)

Vinodbhai Balashanker Raval Vs. Deputy Collector, Stamp Duty Valuation ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2008)3GLR2754

..... as under:3. the secretary, revenue department, was called so that repetition of error on the part of deputy collector/collector, stamp duty valuation organization can be avoided, and ultimately, multifariousness of the petitions can be avoided. thoroughly, non-speaking orders have been passed. the basis on which the notice has been issued has never been supplied to the petitioners and .....

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Jun 20 2006 (HC)

Mayurkumar Jayendrabhai Patel Vs. Dy. Collector and 2 ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2006)3GLR2252

..... authority is not paying any attention to such type of judgments and is repeatedly committing similar type of error and, therefore, citizens have to approach this court again and again. multifariousness of petitions could have been avoided by the respondent authority. in all the aforesaid judgments cited by the learned advocate for the petitioner, this court has directed the deputy collector .....

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Jun 27 1983 (HC)

Mahmoed Sharif Kasamji Rangawala Vs. Amibai Allabux Rangawala and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1984Guj90; (1983)2GLR1481

..... plea with regard to his owner ship cannot be entertained in this suit. the trial court also came to the conclusion that the issue with regard to the bar of multifariousness and with regard to the nonjoinder of parties was also not necessary in view of its finding that the suit was essentially under the provisions of section 6. specific relief .....

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Oct 18 1982 (HC)

Sushilabehn and ors. Vs. Anandilal Bapalal and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1983Guj126; (1983)1GLR278

..... for mis-joinder of causes of action and parties. defendant 3, whose written statement was adopted by the other defendants 2, 4, 5 and 6, also raised the plea of multifariousness inasmuch as divers causes of action have been clubbed together and the plaintiffs whose reliefs arose out of different causes of action, have joined, in filing the suit which was .....

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Dec 26 2006 (HC)

Mehul Kishorsinh Jadeja Vs. Amarjit Singh (i.A.S.) Appellate Authority ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2007)2GLR1780

..... direction, it is meant for observance by authorisation committee as well as for the appellate committee. they must follow scrupulously direction given by the apex court so as to avoid multifariousness of the petitions. these authorities ought to read the judgment. it appears that they are not aware about this judgment. if the opportunity of being heard would have been given .....

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Dec 08 2006 (HC)

Anilbhai Gajanan Vyas Vs. State of Gujarat and 4 ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2007)3GLR2012

..... by the state government and the present special civil application has been filed in the year 1999. it is submitted that the respondent no. 4 - ashram is carrying out its multifarious socio-economic spiritual activities, which are legally permitted by the state government under the provisions of the bombay land revenue code and therefore, there is no illegality committed by the ..... , within twenty days the impugned orders came to be passed. 21. so far as the contention on behalf of the respondent no. 4 that the ashram is carried out his multifarious socio-economic spiritual activities and other religious activities and therefore, the encroachment made by the respondent no. 4 came to be regularized and the land in question came to be .....

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Aug 25 1980 (HC)

Sharad Bansilal Vakil Vs. Sankalchand Himatlal Sheth and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1981)22GLR1019

..... cadre, and (6) to order premature or compulsory retirement of judges of the district courts and subordinate courts.14. it would thus appear that the high courts have to perform multifarious functions which are entrusted to them under the constitution as well as under the laws made by the appropriate legislature. it would be pertinent to note, however, that these ..... multifarious functions have to be performed by the high courts for and in relation (of the administration of justice, which is a term of wider import than mere adjudication of causes .....

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