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Aug 10 1951 (HC)

T.S. Venkatanarayana Iyer Vs. the State of Madras Through the District ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-10-1951

Reported in : AIR1953Mad888; (1953)IMLJ231

..... suits by combining causes of action and parties without offending against the provisions of the civil procedure code, it cannot be contended that such suits ceased to be multifarious, or that they became suits for a single cause of action or they embrace a single subject or subject matter. in this view, i think, each one of the subject ..... a suit would not amount to a single suit comprising a single subject matter. on the other hand, it is a suit of this type that can be called a multifarious suit and it is suits of such a type that are sought to be provided for by section 17 of the act, because it is possible to avoid multiplicity of ..... absurd; for distinct categories of subjects could not be embraced in a single suit. obviously, the intention underlying this section 17 seems to be to provide for suits which involve multifariousness and which do not offend against the other provisions of the civil procedure code, such as mis joinder of causes of action and so forth.8. the question then that arises for ..... the plaints or memoranda of appeal in suits embracing separately each of such subjects would be liable under this act," this section relates to court-fee payable in respect of multifarious suits. but unfortunately in the whole of the act the word "subject" has not been defined. whereas in ss. 7 and 13 of the same act which relate to computation .....

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Jan 25 1951 (HC)

Manak Chand and ors. Vs. the Municipal Council and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-25-1951

Reported in : AIR1951Raj139

..... because the five petnrs. have joined in this petn, & have objected to the recovery of the property tax from all of them severally. this, on the other hand, has saved multifariousness of the proceedings & it does not appear, in the circumstances of this case, that the petn. should be thrown out on the grounds of joinder of the five petnrs. in .....

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Nov 08 1951 (HC)

VakiluddIn and ors. Vs. Mahabir Prasad and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-08-1951

Reported in : AIR1952All527

..... heterogeneous nature for which, according to them, the villagers including themselves were entitled to use the land, as they had done in the past. these purposes are remarkable for their multifariousness and amount almost to overlap the entire proprietary rights of the owner of the land, leaving her practically nothing by way of a residuary interest. they are set out in ..... as claimed by the plaintiffs--extensive in the sense that it was intended by the plaintiffs to have created in their favour a right to use the land for such multifarious purposes as mentioned in the plaint, and drastic in the sense that, if the alleged custom was proved, it almostdeprived the proprietor of the land of all her interest in .....

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Jan 08 1951 (HC)

Nathulal Vs. Collector, Sawai, Jaipur

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-08-1951

Reported in : AIR1952Raj36

..... was a second appeal from a decree of a district judge of benares affirming a decree of the munsif of benares; who had rejected the plaint on the ground of multifariousness. it was held that the munsif had rightly rejected the plaint. it would thus appear that even the said remarks of justice mahmood were made in connection with the procedural .....

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Apr 09 1951 (FN)

West Virginia Ex Rel. Dyer Vs. Sims

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-09-1951

..... power to declare." missouri v. illinois, supra, at 200 u. s. 519 . but the delicacy of interstate relationships and the inherent limitations upon this court's ability to deal with multifarious local problems have naturally led to exacting standards of judicial intervention and have inhibited the formulation of a code for dealing with such controversies. as mr. justice holmes put it .....

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Aug 17 1951 (HC)

In Re: Bandi Butchaiah

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-17-1951

Reported in : AIR1952Mad61; (1951)2MLJ176

..... of newspapers' editors' public criticism of government officers and their conduct relating to their discharge of their duties, and the propriety of stopping such criticism in newspapers by issuing a multifarious and omnibus order under section 144, criminal p. c., and an 'ex parte' order too, when there is no likelihood of a disturbance of the public tranquillity, or of a .....

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Jan 15 1951 (FN)

Niemotko Vs. Maryland

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-15-1951

..... that breach of the peace may not be defined in such broad terms, certainly as to speech in a private hall. page 340 u. s. 282 the results in these multifarious cases have been expressed in language looking in two directions. while the court has emphasized the importance of "free speech," it has recognized that "free speech" is not, in itself .....

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Feb 13 1951 (HC)

Ram Chandra Vs. the District Magistrate of Aligarh and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-13-1951

Reported in : AIR1952All520

..... to certain acts whish he could not do under the section on which he is relying. the district magistrate, as i have just pointed out, is an officer who has multifarious duties to perform. he is, inter alia, the head of the police, the head of the magistracy and the person on the spot under whom many departments of government function .....

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