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Oct 16 2000 (HC)

S. Bharat Kumar and Others Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(6)ALD217; 2000(6)ALT1

..... , investments, book debts, claims, receivables, deposits, capital work in progress, deferred costs, advances paid, accrued incomes and pre-paid expenses, benefits, licences, permits, consents, rights of way, authorities, registrations, liberties, patents, trademarks, design, copyrights and other intellectual property rights, privileges, liberties, easements,advantages, benefits and approvals, contract-deeds, schemes, bonds, guarantees, agreements, insurance, and other instruments and interests of whatsoever nature ..... court speaking through sudershan reddy, j in v.b.c. ferro alloy's case (supra) in the following words:'..... the tariff fixation can be declared unconstitutional only if it is patently arbitrary, irrational, discriminatory or demonstrably irrelevant. the court inexercise of its judicial review jurisdiction ought not to normally interfere so long as the exercise of the power to fix the .....

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Jan 06 1961 (HC)

Devi Dayal Marwah Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1963AP479

..... the business of the hyderabad potteries and to carry on the business of manufacturers, buyers and dealers in all kinds of clay work, chemical preparations and glazes whatsoever and obtain patents for them to carry out the other objects as set forth in the memorandum of association. on the 1st october, 1947, the company executed a deed of mortgage in favour .....

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Sep 11 2015 (HC)

Coromandel Mining and Exports Pvt. Ltd. and Others Vs. Union of India ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... , would not like to incur the high costs involved in exploration activities and then compete for that resource in an open auction. the logic is similar to that applied in patents. firms are given incentives to invest in research and development with the promise of exclusive access to the market for the sale of that invention. such an approach is economically ..... vires and intra vires the provisions of the constitution. nevertheless, it cannot and will not compare which policy is fairer than the other, but, if a policy or law is patently unfair to the extent that it falls foul of the fairness requirement of article 14 of the constitution, the court would not hesitate in striking it down. ? (emphasis supplied) 21 .....

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Oct 11 1973 (HC)

M. Gangappa Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1975AP138

..... such a rule either on the ground that it is not within the power or that it is repugnant to the parent act.102. in rex v. comptroller general of patents: bayer products ltd., ex pane. (1943) 2 kb 306 at p. 311, scott, l. j., said '..... the effect of the words 'asappear to him to be necessary or expedient' is .....

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Jul 03 2001 (HC)

Sheetal Refineries Pvt. Ltd. Vs. the Commercial Tax Officer (intellige ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2001(4)ALT372; [2002]125STC86(AP)

..... of orissa13, state of maharashtra vs. himmathbhai narbheram rao14 are authorities to state that the term 'property' includes not only real and personal property but also incorporeal rights such as patents, copyrights, leases, choses in action and every other thing of exchangeable value which a person may have, `profit a prendre'. in jilubhai nanbhai khachar vs. state of gujarat15 , the supreme .....

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Mar 16 2016 (HC)

Gurcharan Singh Sahney and Others Vs. Harpreet Singh Chabbra and Other ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... of law apparent from the record as distinguished from a mere mistake. interference may also be necessary in cases of arbitrary or capricious exercise of authority or discretion or a patent error in procedure. (achutananda baidya (supra). if the evidence on record, in respect of a question of fact, has not been taken into consideration and, without reference to such evidence ..... . ltd. v. state of bihar (1955) 2 scr 603 = air 1955 sc 661); in re mayfair property company (1898) 2 ch 28); eastman photographic material company v. comptroller general of patents, designs and trade marks (1898) ac 571); national insurance co. ltd. v. baljit kaur (2004) 2 scc 1). the heydon's rule itself is sometimes stated as a primary cannon .....

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Apr 04 1963 (HC)

Sheik HussaIn and Sons Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1964AP36

..... ). that case was decided by the judicial committee of the privy council as far back as 1886. the suit was for damages and an injunction for infringment of a patent under the patents and designs act. such a suit can only be brought in a district court but it was brought in the court of the subordinate judge, who had no jurisdiction ..... conflict of judicial opinion, as to whether the grant of the writ was discretionary or not, the authorities seem unanimous in deciding that, where the want of jurisdiction is patent, the grant of the writ of prohibition is of course.'20. the principle has been succinctly stated in halsbury's laws of england, simond's third edition volume 9, page ..... recognised a distinction between what i will call a latent want of jurisdiction, i.e., something becoming manifest in the course of the proceedings, and what i will call a patent want of jurisdiction i.e., a want of jurisdiction apparent on the face of the proceedings.while in cases of latent want of jurisdiction there has always been a great .....

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Dec 31 2014 (HC)

Kmk Event Management Vs. The Commissioner of Commercial Taxe

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... . 44(1).4th reissue, para 1474, pp. 906-07; bengal immunity co.ltd.v.state of bihar ; in re mayfair property company ; eastman photographic material company v. comptroller general of patents, designs and trade marks ; national insurance co.ltd.v.baljit kaur ).the heydon's rule itself is sometimes stated as a primary cannon of construction, sometimes as secondary (i.e .....

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Mar 19 1982 (HC)

Nagavarapu Krishna Prasad and anr. Vs. Andhra Bank Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [1983]53CompCas73(AP)

..... for importing something else, however general the words are.' 17. he observed that the real object of the company was to manufacture a substitute for coffee in germany under a patent, valid according to law. the words were general, but that was the thing for which the people subscribed their money. he, therefore, held that there was a case for ..... 20 ch d 169 (ca) the memorandum of association of a company stated that it was formed for working a german patent which had been or would be granted for manufacturing coffee from dates, and also for obtaining other patents for improvements and extensions of the said inventions or any modifications thereof or incidental thereto; and to acquire or purchase any other ..... sold coffee made from dates without a patent. it was held that the substratum of the company had failed, and it was impossible to carry ..... inventions for similar purposes. the intended german patent was never granted, but the company purchased a swedish patent, and also established works in hamburg, where they made and .....

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Jul 10 2013 (HC)

Reliabilityengineering Industries and a Vs. Aesseal India Privatelimit ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... act, which is not applicable to the present proceedings. the learned counsel for the petitioners.on the other hand, has contended that the petitioners do not have patent right or copyright in respect of their mechanical seals and drawings. but it is not their case of infringement of the confidential information and infringement or intellectual property ..... from carrying out any business of engaging in employment directly and indirectly which would cause them to infringe the confidential information, trade secrets and intellectual property rights including patents and designs of the petitioners.the one claimed in i.a.no.263 of 2012 is to restrain the defendants and their respective principal officers.directors.promoters.shareholders. ..... already existing. efforts are made to ensure that the benefit of such invention and discovery is not appropriated clandestinely by others.it is here, that the phenomenon of copyright, patent, licence, franchise, etc., become relevant. the relationship between the plaintiffs on the one hand and the defendants on the other has been furnished in brief, in preceding ..... with defendants 1 and 4 and from carrying out any business or engagement in employment that would result in infringement of confidential information, trade secretes, intellectual property rights, patents and designs of the plaintiffs. the plaintiffs pleaded that after they acquired the 9th defendant, together with the assets and intellectual properties and made the directors and employees .....

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