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Oct 13 1961 (HC)

Indian Hume Pipe Co. Ltd. Vs. Vendra Venkanna, Proprietor of Jai Bhara ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1963AP58

..... for the cement concrete of his make. the plaintiff-company was not entitled to any reliefs with regard to the alleged infringement of its patent as the patent had expired even before the filing of the suit. 12. it would appear that the plaintiff had given up the relief for accounts and ..... defendant) and its partners impleaded as defendants 2 to 5. the plaintiff claimed damages estimated at rs. 9,000/- for an alleged infringement of the patent. the other reliefs as claimed against the defendant in o.s. 53 of 1954 were also claimed against these defendants. 8. the defendants repudiated the ..... defendant-concern and sent his engineers and got the property and machinery valued. the plaintiff and its engineers never complained that the defendant had infringed the patent rights of the plaintiff. 7. the defendants in o.s. 54 of 1954 are the firm, sri radhakrishna reinforced cement pipe and ferro concrete works ..... pipes, had infringed the rights of the plaintiff by manufacturing and selling cement concrete pipes under the plaintiff's trade mark and name and using the patented machine and method for manufacturing the said cement pipes. 3. the defendant in o.s. no. 30 of 1954 is one vendra venkanna, proprietor ..... an alleged infringement of the trade mark of the plaintiff in relation to cement concrete pipes manufactured and sold by the plaintiff and of the patent registered in relation to the said cement concrete pipes. 2. the plaintiff's case in brief is that it is a long standing manufacturer .....

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Jan 03 2006 (HC)

Hyderabad Chemical Supplies Limited Vs. United Phosphorus Limited and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2006(6)ALT515

..... air 1983 delhi 496. the learned counsel for the petitioner also placed strong reliance on bishwanath prasad radhey shyam v. hindustan metal industries : [1979]2scr757 to explain what a patent means. there cannot be any two opinions or any controversy relating to the same. the learned counsel for the petitioner also placed strong reliance on bengal waterproof limited v. bombay ..... appellate board issuing certain directions. no doubt there is some controversy between the parties that these directions relate to appointment in the context of trademarks and not in relation to patents. this question also need not be further gone into while disposing of the present interlocutory application for the reason that there is no controversy between the parties at least ..... trial or experiment only; or(b) by the government or by any person authorised by the government or by a government undertaking, in consequence of the applicant for the patent or any person from whom he derives title having communicated or disclosed the invention directly or indirectly to the government or person authorised as aforesaid or to the government undertaking ..... submissions at length were made by both the parties is the ground which had been specified in para-6 (k) which is as hereunder:the complete specification of the present patent application which was filed by the patentee-respondent no. 1 was already applied for manufacturing by the other company in india before central insecticide board, ministry of agriculture to .....

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Dec 12 1996 (HC)

Tata Consultancy Services Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [1997]105STC421(AP)

..... e. pearson and clifford g. miller - at page 2]. in india, however, different types of intellectual property rights are governed and protected by legislation like copy rights act, designs act, patents act, etc. there can be no doubt that intellectual property cannot be treated as personal chattel. there are, however, various articles which are also intellectual properties which enjoy the protection ..... intellect having the incidence of property; the products of thought, creativity and intellectual effort are the subject-matter of intellectual property rights. 37. in england 'intellectual property' includes copy rights, patents, designs, registered and unregistered trade marks and service marks, confidential information and other matters, such as semi-conductor chip design. in other countries not all these intellectual property rights are ..... of goods by p. s. atiyah 8th edition - at page 50) has considered the meaning of the term 'goods' and pointed out that items of intellectual property, such as copyrights, patents and trade marks are not 'personal chattels' and they do not fall within the definition of 'goods' in section 61 of the english sale of goods act, 1979 which is .....

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Nov 19 1981 (HC)

Arun Kumar Vs. the Special Secretary, Health, Housing and Municipal Ad ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1982AP472

..... judgement which constitutes a decree and not an order, the appellant is liable to pay on the memorandum of letters patent appeal, the same court-fee which was payable in the lower courts, by virtue of the provisions of section 49 of the act. the reference ..... was payable. this case far from supporting the contention of the appellant supports the view taken by us that appeals filed under clause 15 of the letters patents against orders are governed by sch. ii, article 3 (iii) (a) (2).10. in the instant case, the appeal having been filed against a ..... of the single judge in the case of judgment passed in exercise of second appellate jurisdiction. the expression 'judgment' in clause 15 of the letters patent means only final orders, decrees or judgment and not orders, where the effect of them do not put an end to the suit or proceedings. ..... appeal against either a decree or an order made by the subordinate court in exercise of its appellate jurisdiction. under clause 15 of the letters patent, an appeal shall lie to a division bench against the judgment of a single judge in exercise of the original or appellate jurisdiction and with ..... the value of the which exceeds one thousand .. .. ..... ten rupees. (b) in any other case ..... five rupees where the appeal is under clause 15 of the letters patent---- (a) from an order passed in exercise of appellate jurisdiction. ... ten rupees.. (b) in any other case.. ...... one hundred rupees'. section 49 of the act reads .....

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Jul 05 1977 (HC)

Harihar Pershad Jaiswal Vs. Suresh Jaiswal and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1978AP13

..... the minor was actually living with her mother at vaghel village which was within the jurisdiction of the mehasana district court. against this decision of the single judge, a letters patents appeal had been filed and a division bench of the gujarat high court has clearly observed that court at palanpur had no jurisdiction to try the original petition as the .....

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Oct 18 1982 (HC)

Kunala Subbarao and ors. Vs. P. Nagaratnayamma

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1982AP443

..... reasons for such an order. we are, therefore, unable to accept that submission. but in any case for the purpose of clause 15 of the letters patent, it should be held that unless a matter is adjudicated upon on issues between the parties, no judgment can ensue. no order made by court merely ..... ordering of notice can at times amount to a rejection of the petitioner's prayer for relief. it may be. but what clause 15 of letters patent makes appealable is only positive adjudication but not refusal to grant immediate aid. but sri suryanarayana murthy's argument is slightly guilty of exaggeration. so long ..... cannot be described as a judgment. it is a step in aid and such a step in aid isn't a judgment within the meaning of letters patent. in view of the above, we are unable to entertain this appeal.3. but sri suryanarayanamurthy argued that it is the substance of an order that ..... the appellants at full length and we are fully satisfied that this particular appeal is wholly incompetent and cannot be maintained under clause 15 of the letters patent. it should be emphasised that the institution of an appeal is a statutory creation and is unknown to that grand old dame, common law. this ..... learned single judge should therefore be answered only on the basis of the meaning the word 'judgment' bears in clause 15 of the letters patent. clause 15 of the letters patent provides for a right of appeal only against a 'judgment' passed by a learned single judge. if ordering notice within that meaning then .....

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Jan 28 2006 (HC)

4g Informatics (P) Ltd. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2006(2)ALD418; 2006(3)ALT92

..... dealer, authorization letter from the manufacturer.b. in case the iris technology proposed to be deployed by the bidder are governed by patented ipr, the details of all relevant patents viz., patent number, patented date etc.c. a declaration from the manufacturer of the equipment in support of compatibility of the equipment with known iris technologies.d ..... dealer, authorization letter from the manufacturer.2.2 in case the iris technology proposed to be deployed by the bidder are governed by patented ipr, the details of all relevant patents viz., patent number, patented date etc.2.3 a declaration from the manufacturer/ technology provider for the support of proposed iris solution (sdk/api) and technology ..... they also indicated that iridian technologies does not appear to have any claim against the government of andhra pradesh, that iridian technologies' patents involved in this action are us patents, not indian patents and lg electronics had agreed to indemnify the government of andhra pradesh.15. it is further submitted that the dispute between iridian technologies ..... technologies developed for commercial utilization software technology for iris recognition. iris recognition is considered to be the most accurate biometric identifier. the holder of us and international patents behind iris recognition technologies, iridian offers unparalleled security for public-use applications such as simplified passenger travel, border control, national ids, restricted access and information access .....

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Jun 10 1983 (HC)

Coromandel Fertilizers Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : (1984)39CTR(AP)210; [1984]148ITR546(AP)

..... five years by mutual consent and the assessee was entitled notwithstanding the termination of the agreement, to use for the purpose of their business all the information, technical know-how, patents, copy-rights and drawings transferred by j & s to the assessee or which might come into the possession of the assessee during the sub-sistence of the agreement. the ..... was called upon to consider the claim of the assessee to deduction of the consideration paid by it to bakelite company ltd., an english company, in respect of the patents owned by the english company in india for the production of copper-clad laminates, and exclusive non-assignable license to manufacture laminates in accordance with the processes covered by the ..... court held that these contributions made by the indian subsidiary, which was the assessee, were not contributions relating to patents and other processes, research and technical assistance and was not allowable under s. 10(2)(xii) as expenditure laid out or expended on scientific research but was allowable as business ..... and sale of medical and pharmaceutical preparations, which had entered into an agreement with the principal swiss co., for a specific period for use of processes, formulae, scientific data, patents and trade marks on contribution to the foreign company a percentage of sale price of products towards technical services, research work, cost of material used in research and royalties, the .....

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Nov 29 1971 (HC)

Hylam Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [1973]87ITR310(AP)

..... the supreme court held that:' the assessee did not, under the agreement, become entitled exclusively even for the period of the agreement, to the patents and trade marks of the swiss company ; it had merely access to the technical knowledge and experience in the pharmaceutical field which the swiss company ..... to maintain and keep on foot the aforesaid indian letter patents.19. it is under the terms of the above agreement that the assessee-company made various payments to the english company in the assessment ..... (5), the assessee-company was put under an obligation to use on the products and the invoices relating thereto the words ' manufactured under indian patent nos. 57094, 57095 and 57459 '. under clause (6) of the agreement, the assessee-company agreed to pay recurrent fees that may be necessary ..... company. the purpose for which the agreement dated december 7, 1959, was executed was that the assessee-company required a licence under the indian letter patent nos. 57094, 57095 and 57459, of which the english company was the proprietor, in order to produce copper-clad laminates, and pursuant to clause ..... laminated product. at the expiry of the period fixed in the agreement, the information that the assessee-company had acquired in respect of the patented processes under the terms of the agreement, was not returnable to the english company. whether the payment is made once for all, or periodically .....

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Nov 19 1979 (HC)

Praga Tools Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [1980]123ITR773(AP)

..... this court. therein the assessee paid royalties for acquiring a licence for the use of the special knowledge of the processes covered by certain patents owned by the collaborator english company in respect of the manufacture of anew product copper-clad laminates. though the new laminated project was of ..... emphasised that the two types of machinery to be manufactured by the assessee under the agreements were found to be entirely new items which were patented by the collaborators and which were in their production range only. the assessee, without payment of any royalty or any amount, would be ..... and technical know-how for the manufacture of a different type of machinery which was not in the production range of the assessee but was a patented product of the collaborators and as such they constituted capital expenditure. the tribunal, relying upon the decisions of this court in hylam's case : ..... of ten years shall not affect the right of the assessee-company to use for the purpose of their business all the information, techniques, patents and copy right and other rights, drawings, plans and documents which have been transferred to it or which may have come to their ..... termination of the agreement shall not affect the rights of the assessee-company to use for the purpose of their business all the information, techniques, patents, copyrights, drawings, plans and documents relating to the machine which have been transferred from the foreign collaborators to the assessee or which may have .....

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