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Feb 19 1923 (PC)

Ratnachalam Aiyar Vs. Sivachidambaram Pillai and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-19-1923

Reported in : 76Ind.Cas.207; (1923)45MLJ703

..... . 1 m. 333 there was a suit for partition of joint inam lands and ejectment against a number of cultivating ryots. it was held that the suit was bad for multifariousness and the proper remedy of the the plaintiffs was to proceed against each ryot separately. in ramanujo v. firappa i.l.r. (1882) m. 90 the suit as originally framed .....

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Jul 04 1923 (PC)

Satis Kanta Roy and anr. Vs. Jyotirupa Devi and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-04-1923

Reported in : AIR1924Cal49,81Ind.Cas.459

..... could be upheld only as to parts. i would interpret this decree in the same way as the learned subordinate judge has done. it was common sense, looking to the multifariousness of the solenama and many different matters which it comprises, to recite the terms in the decree (which would get rid of the question of registration) and then to trust .....

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Nov 28 1923 (PC)

The Municipal Board of Benares Vs. A.C. Mukerji and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-28-1923

Reported in : (1924)ILR46All175

..... of the large number of government officials, employees of railways, of corporations, of business concerns of all sorts, on whom it has been laid, frequently as a part only of multifarious duties, to bear the responsibility of checking and certifying to the correctness of accounts the actual maintenance of which is necessarily on the shoulders of lower paid subordinates. we can ..... them to carry on the work laid upon their shoulders. in the present case our decision is actually influenced to a considerable extent by the knowledge we have of the multifarious nature of the duties laid upon the appellant as secretary, and afterwards as executive officer of the municipal board. we have decided to hold him liable in respect of those .....

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Nov 28 1923 (PC)

A.C. Mukerji Vs. the Municipal Board

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-28-1923

Reported in : AIR1924All467; 80Ind.Cas.241

..... of the large number of government officials, employees of railways, of corporations, of business concerns of all sorts, on whom it has been laid, frequently as a part only of multifarious duties to bear the responsibility of checking and certifying to the correctness of accounts, the actual maintenance of which is necessarily on the shoulders of lower paid subordinates. we can ..... them to carry on the work laid upon their shoulders. in the present case our decision is actually influenced to a considerable extent by the knowledge we have of the multifarious nature of the duties laid upon the appellant as secretary and afterwards as executive officer of the municipal board. we have decided to hold him liable in respect of those .....

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