Court : Allahabad
Decided on : Aug-08-1908
Reported in : (1908)ILR30All560
..... whom the widow in her lifetime bad by separate alienations transferred separate portions of the property claimed. it was held that the suit was bad for multifariousness. it will be at once noticed that this was a suit not against one of the heirs of a deceased person and the transferees from such ..... only one cause of action, not several, distinct and separate causes of action. in the other case the defence that the suit was bad for multifariousness was set up, the allegation of the defendants being that they were severally in possession of different and distinct portions of the land in dispute under ..... it was held that the fact that the defendants set up different titles to the various portions held by them would not render the suit bad for multifariousness. the plaintiffs had one cause of action, namely, the right on the death of their father to obtain possession of their shares of his property ..... the code of civil procedure the plaintiff was justified in instituting the suit in the bareilly court unless it be that the claim was defective for multifariousness. we have therefore first to consider whether or not the suit of the plaintiff was bad for this reason.5. the claim of the plaintiff ..... in the suit.3. from that decree the present appeal has been preferred. the questions in the case are whether the suit is bad for multifariousness and whether the subordinate judge of bareilly was justified in entertaining it after the compromise of the claim in respect of the bareilly property.4. there .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Decided on : Jan-13-1908
Reported in : (1908)10BOMLR107
..... till now is rs. 11,25,000. the remaining shares have not been issued. the objects of the company as set out in the memorandum of association are many and multifarious. the principal object, however, was to acquire, as a going concern, from the firm of messrs. essaji tajbhoy their business of plying steamers which the said essaji and his son .....Tag this Judgment!