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Dec 20 2006 (HC)

Leonard Ashok Vs. Commercial Tax Officer

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-20-2006

Reported in : AIR2007Ker87; 2007(1)KLT237;

..... different causes of action and separate reliefs are sought based on them, court fee should be paid in respect of each cause of action. the section reads as follows:6. multifarious suits. -(1) in any suit in which separate and distinct reliefs are sought based on the same cause of action, the plaint shall be chargeable with a fee on the ..... it was also noted that as the 2003 amending-act used the expression 'per petitioner' as far as an original petition filed in the high court is concerned, even when multifarious reliefs are clubbed in the writ petition the court fee is to be reckoned not in respect of the cause of action but counted in terms of the number of ..... the writ petition. when the writ petition came up for admission the learned single judge felt that since there is challenge on 11 penalty orders, the cause of action being multifarious, the court fee should be paid in respect of each cause of action as held by this court in writ appeal no. 619/1989 and thereafter in an unregistered writ .....

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Mar 29 2006 (HC)

Malabar Cement Ltd. Vs. Secretary, Mcl Labour Union

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-29-2006

Reported in : 2006(2)KLT965

..... concerned, and not some work incidentally done. in arkal govind raj rao v. ciba geigy of india ltd., bombay : (1985)iillj401sc , the court held as follows:where an employee has multifarious duties and a question is raised whether he is a workman or someone other than a workman, the test that court must employ in order to determine the question is .....

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Jul 20 2006 (HC)

Shaji Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-20-2006

Reported in : 2007CriLJ240; 2006(3)KLT567

..... of the court activity. earnestness, impartiality, judicial approach, etc. are the advantages of a decision by a court. but, with regard to the principles of procedures of general applications to multifarious situations, it lacks largely the necessary inputs to come to direct conclusions on such general principles; because, the process of the court is, normally, to decide the lis with the .....

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