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Jan 11 1933 (PC)

Har Prasad Agarwala Vs. Shankar Lal and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-11-1933

Reported in : AIR1933All957; 147Ind.Cas.279

..... the agent shanker lal. this application has been refused by the munsif in the following words:i reject the plaintiff's application for amendment as it will give rise to multifariousness,2. it has been pointed out that under order 2, rule 6 the court has been given discretion to order a separate trial where:any causes of action joined in ..... without a complete array of the necessary parties in either. we do not think that the opinion of the court that the amendment of the plaint would give rise to multifariousness is well founded, and we find on the other hand that the addition of these further par-ties will have the result of settling the questions at issue between the .....

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Apr 24 1933 (PC)

Debendranath Sharma Vs. Nagendranath Datta

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-24-1933

Reported in : AIR1933Cal900

..... the present suit, contested the suit on the ground that the plaintiffs had no cause of action, that the suit was barred by limitation, and that it was bad for multifariousness and defect of party.5. on the merits, these defendants contended that plots 6 and 10 in suit appertained to taluk no. 39, two-thirds of plots 3 and 14 .....

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Mar 14 1933 (PC)

Rasoolbibi Vs. Yusuf Ajam Piperdi

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-14-1933

Reported in : AIR1933Bom324; (1933)35BOMLR643

..... corpus. the learned commissioner proceeds (p. 123):-but if the law of the muhammadans or of any other class of people must keep pace with progress of society and the multifarious relations arising therefrom interests in property apart from the property itself must be recognised. are we compelled to hold that if a musalman of today desires to carve by way ..... from the following observations at p. 123 :-but if the law of the muhammadans or of any other class of people must keep pace with progress of society and the multifarious relations arising therefrom interests in property apart from the property itself must be recognised. are we compelled to hold that if a musalman of today desires to carve by way .....

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Aug 24 1933 (PC)

Major Robert Stuart Wauchope Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-24-1933

Reported in : AIR1933Cal800

..... director who was a great friend of the appellant, the necessity for acting temporarily in his place, and the heavy matter of adjusting his affairs. he submits that all these multifarious duties and distractions and the inevitable dislocation of routine work were sufficient to explain the possibility of some oversight and negligence.28. the magistrate has seen fit to describe this .....

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