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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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May 16 2002 (HC)

Government of A.P. and anr. Vs. Sri Venkateswara Construction Co., Kak ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2002(5)ALD142

..... unreasoned award, courts cannot interfere with such awards once the dispute is an arbitrable one and the arbitrator has jurisdiction to decide the same. a patent lack of jurisdiction initiates the award buta latent lack of jurisdiction (error within the jurisdiction) cannot be a ground for interference.70. construing the ..... error. the courts are not to investigate beyond the award of the arbitrators and the documents actually incorporated therein and therefore, when there would be no patent error on the face of the award, it would be open for the court to go into the proceedings of the award. (see : c ..... courts are not to investigate beyond the award of the arbitrators and the documents actually incorporated therein and, therefore, when there would be no patent error on the face of the award, it would not be open for the court to go into the proceedings of the award.in the ..... no merit in the contention that computation of lump sum damage in the absence of any material showing actual loss suffered by the contractor is patently unjust and improper warranting interference by the supreme court. it is not necessary to indicate in the award computation made for various heads and ..... that the findings made by the arbitrators were without any basis whatsoever and were not referable to documents relied upon and such findings were so patently unjust or perverse that no reasonable man could have arrived at such findings. hence, on the score of alleged misreading, misconstructive, mis-appreciation of .....

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Jun 06 1977 (HC)

P. Ranga Redy and ors. Vs. Golla Sambasivarao and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1978AP97

..... to appeal under cl. 15 of the letters patent of the high court shall be made orally and immediately after the judgment has been delivered.'37. the date on which the judgment was delivered in ..... that rule 105 of the appellate side rules of andhra pradesh disentitles the defendants even otherwise to apply for leave under cl. 15 of the letters patent. that rule reads thus:'when an appeal against the appellate decree or order has been heard and disposed of by a single judge, application for leave ..... being in force. we are concerned in this case with the non obstante clause in so far as it relates to the provisions contained in the letters patent for the high court, the particular clause concerned being cl. 15. which reads thus:' appeal from the courts of original jurisdiction to the high court ..... the respondents requested for grant of leave to appeal under cl. 15 of the letters patent four or five days after the date of the delivery of judgment. that was opposed by sri rajasekhara reddi learned counsel appearing for the appellants on the ..... single judge as required under r. 105 of the andhra pradesh high court appellate side rules for leave to appeal under cl. 15 of the letters patent of the high court orally and immediately after the judgment had been delivered on feb. 17, 1977.6. sri ramamohana rao, learned counsel appearing for .....

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Apr 24 1991 (HC)

Syed Sadaq Ali and ors. Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh, Rep. by ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1991(2)ALT403

..... petition, can grant even other relief which the court deems fit, certain other directions based on section 100 were issued. therefore, the petitioners could and should have filed a letters patent appeal against the relief refused and hence the bar of resjudicata is clearly attracted. the attempt to equate a refusal of relief sought for with a case of grant of ..... an adverse finding on the question of constitutionality and that the writ petitions were allowed and the petitioners could not have preferred any appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent.12. in our view, this submission is not correct. the petitioners sought for a specific relief of declaration that the provisions were unconstitutional and the said relief was refused. in ..... 30-11-1990 in the newspapers directing that fresh objections should be filed by 'any person' before 30-12-1990. the government of andhra pradesh in the meantime filed letters patent appeals, but the directions given by the learned single judge were affirmed in government of andhra pradesh v. p. narsimloo, 1991 (1) alt 370 by a division bench consisting of .....

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Aug 09 1996 (HC)

Superintending Engineer, Irrigation Department and anr. Vs. Progressiv ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1997(2)ALT701

..... arbitration clause that the dispute as regards the claim relatable to escalation in wages falls within the arbitration clause and therefore there is no inherent or patent lack of jurisdiction on the part of the arbitrators. at para 25, the supremo court rejected the theory that the arbitrators had no jurisdiction ..... or connected with the contract. the subject-matter of the dispute is thus squarely covered by the arbitration clause and therefore we do not read patent lack of jurisdiction on the part of arbitrators in having gone into the question of reimbursement. the best that could be said is that the ..... the sense that the subject-matter is not amenable at all to its decision, i.e., the case be of patent lack of jurisdiction, acquiescence of the parties would not be material inasmuch as it is settled law that by agreement jurisdiction cannot be conferred. the ..... the contract. before embarking upon a discussion on the terms and conditions of the agreement the supreme court pointed out the well known distinction between the patent and latent lack of jurisdiction. it was observed at para 19:' .. it deserves to be stated that if an authority would lack jurisdiction in ..... whether the particular term of the contract providing for or prohibiting the payment of extra amount for the work done in given circumstances is so patently clear that it means only one thing and one and only view is possible. if the relevant clause in the contract is ambiguous or does .....

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Mar 16 2000 (HC)

M. Sreeramulu Vs. Tahera Yousuf Kadri

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(3)ALD173; 2000(2)ALT727

..... the applicability of the act. suit was decreed for possession and mesne profits. thus the appeal was allowed.4. -, tenant impugned the judgment of the learned single judge in letter patent appeal, inter alia on the ground that the words 'with effect on and from 26th october, 1983' in the notification means the building was not exempt from the operation of ..... from the rule that plain words should be interpreted according to their plain meaning. there need be no meek and mute submission to the plainness of the language. to avoid patent injustice, anomaly or absurdity or to avoid invalidation of a law, the court would be well justified in departing from the so-called golden rule of construction so as to .....

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Nov 01 2002 (HC)

A. Aruna and ors. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2002(6)ALD548; 2003(2)ALT770

..... compensatory or not and the test is to enquire whether the trades people are having the use of certain facilities for the better conduct of their business and paying not patently much more than what is required for providing the facilities. the majority has emphasised that it would be impossible to judge the compensatory nature of a tax by a meticulous .....

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Dec 31 1999 (HC)

Commissioner of Prohibition and Excise, A.P., Hyderabad Vs. White Hors ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(1)ALD739; 2000(1)ALT417

..... . it may however be contended that the commissioner may exercise the discretion to withhold approval for related reasons like labels contravening any law relating to obscenity or public morals or patently contravening any trade mark law. such discretion may be implied on the principle that a public authority cannot be expected to affix its seal of approval on anything, which is ..... patently illegal. this question does not arise in this case.31. the impugned letter dated 14-6-1999 under which the request for the approval of the labels of the petitioner .....

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Dec 13 1999 (HC)

M. Ramanamma Vs. Commissioner of Survey Settlement and Land Records, H ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(2)ALD124; 2000(2)ALT276

..... proceedings cannot be equated with the original hearing of the case and the finality of the judgment delivered by the court will not be reconsidered except where aglaring omission or patent mistake or like grave error has crept in order by judicial fallibility.12. in vijaya bai v. shriram tukaram, : air1999sc431 , the supreme court while dealing with section 49-b of ..... court may recall an order earlier made by if it (i) the proceedings culminating into an order suffer from the inherent lack of jurisdiction and such lack of jurisdiction in patent, (ii) there exists fraud or collusion in obtaining the judgment, (iii) there has been a mistake of the court, prejudicing a party or (iv) a judgment was rendered in ignorance .....

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Mar 08 2001 (HC)

T. Ramachander Rao Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2001(2)ALD634

..... . : (1997)7scc592 , the apex court has clearly held that the state's policy decision to extend the protection to a class of persons or for a particular period is unless patently arbitrary, no interference therewith is called for at the hands of the court'.18. in the light of the above, we are of the opinion that, this court, in exercise .....

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