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Sep 05 1991 (HC)

Bank of India, Vijayawada Vs. Katamaneni Suryanarayana and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1992AP345; 1992(1)ALT125

..... , 1932 or any debt due to any corporation formed in pursuance of an act of parliament of the united kingdom or any special indian law or royal charter or letters patent'.6. in the decision reported in indian bank, alamuru v. m. krishnamurthy, air 1983 ap 347, a division bench consisting of p.a. choudary and p. kodandaramayya, jj., held that ..... the words, 'any debt due to any corporation formed in pursuance of an act of parliament of the united kingdom or any special indian law or royal charter or letters patent' is also offensive to article 14 of the constitution and accordingly the last part of s. 4(e) is void'.this decision of our high court is overruled by the .....

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Dec 27 1967 (HC)

Chirala Goverdhanareddy and anr. Vs. Election Tribunal, Bapatla and or ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1970AP56

..... 21 years of age, within the meaning of article 326 of the constitution, was out side the juirsdiction of the election tribunal. there upon the first respondent filed the letters patent appeal which was considered by the division bench. ramakrishnan j., who delivered the main judgment, reviewed the entire case law and observed in paragraph 14 that:'before us, learned counsel ..... of tribunals, to act in accordance with the provisions of the constitution, and whenever and at whatever stage, their attention is drawn to the fact that there has been a patent violation of a constitutional provision, whether in legislating an enactment or in preparing a statutory instrument, the court as well as tribunals have a duty to give effect to the .....

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Apr 14 1959 (HC)

Manepalli Venkatanarayana, Proprietor, Venkateswara Electrical Rice Mi ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1960AP171; [1959]10STC524(AP)

..... doctrine. the contention there was that the deputy commissioner under the board of revenue acting under section 12(2) of the madras general sales tax act could only correct errors patent on the face of the record and could not probe further into the records, like calling for despatch register and other evidence.this contention was rejected in the view that .....

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Dec 24 1999 (HC)

P. Prakash Archbald Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(2)ALD44

..... -1999 which, at any rate, is in the nature of a step towards exercise of the power of review/ reconsideration of the earlier order dated 5-11-1999, is incompetent, patently and manifestly without jurisdiction and ultra viresthe provisions of the act. the impugned order is accordingly set aside.8. sri mohan reddy, learned counsel for the party-respondents, however, would ..... the fact that the statutory provision does not grant any power of revision of the orders passed in exercise thereof, the impugned are dated 9-11-1999 is inherently and patently ultra vires section 34 of the act, without jurisdiction and non est.3. this court by order dated 18-11-1999 in wpmp no.30098 of 1999 suspended the impugned .....

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Oct 15 1976 (HC)

Osmania College Vs. D.V. Subba Sastry and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : (1977)IILLJ487AP

..... college management was requested to continue respondents 1 and 2 and that is why sri shiv sharper built up the argument that the request could not be enforced. it is patent from a reading of the resolution that the request is clearly a decision made by the university syndicate and that decision was rendered in pursuance of clause 10 of the .....

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Mar 12 2003 (HC)

Dr. K.V. Seshaiah Vs. Ntr University of Health Sciences and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2003(3)ALD435

..... courses this court will not normally interfere in exercise of its jurisdiction under article 226 of the constitution of india unless the procedure followed is arbitrary or vitiated by any patent material irregularity or where the mala fides attributed are established. in the case of admission committee, c.i.i. 1995 v. anand kumar, : (1998)8scc333 , the supreme court observed that .....

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Jun 25 2003 (HC)

S. Rami Reddy Vs. Vice-chairman and Managing Director, Andhra Pradesh ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2003(4)ALD609; 2003(6)ALT390

..... 14 of the constitution of india, does not insist the classification to be scientifically perfect or logically complete, and the classification would be justified unless it is proved to be patently arbitrary, and to support his contention that the authorities should be allowed some 'play in the joints' while making classification or dealing with policy matters, he placed reliance on the .....

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Jun 22 2007 (HC)

Canara Bank and A.P. State Financial Corporation Vs. Mopeds India Ltd. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [2007]139CompCas514(AP)

..... ] 35 comp cas 1 (sc), that the appeal lies to the same high court irrespective of the powers under the letters patent. sections 397 and 398 read with section 483 indicate that the appeal would lie in the same manner to the same court and naturally and logically an appeal from the ..... and also the provisions of section 483 of the act, was of the view that the appeal would lie to the high court irrespective of the powers under the letters patent. the court held in paragraph 8 as follows (page 325):in our opinion, this position is clear from the observation of this court in shankarlal aggarwala v. shankarlal poddar [1965 ..... or decision of the court in cases within its ordinary jurisdiction' are crucial and according to learned counsel for the respondents, these words make these appeals subject to the letters patent and subject to the ordinary jurisdiction of the high court.now in view of sections 460(6) and 483 of the act and rule 164 of the rules, the appeal ..... , and two other cases on march 18, 2004.7. it is now contended by the respondents that since this is a second appeal or at best an appeal under letters patent, therefore, it is barred. learned counsel for the appellants, however, submits that reference as an 'appeal' to the proceedings under rule 164 is a misnomer and as a matter of .....

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Jun 16 1992 (HC)

Sarada Bai and Others Vs. Smt. Shakuntala Bai and Another

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1993AP20; 1992(2)ALT660

..... ):'it is also well established that it is only when an order of a tribunal is violative of the fundamental basic principles of justice and fair play or where a patent or flagrant error in procedure of law has crept in or where theorder passed results in manifest injustice, that a court can justifiably intervene under art. 227 of the constitution .....

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Sep 01 1955 (HC)

In Re: Putta Ranganayakulu and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1956CriLJ1049

..... provides for regulating the procedure in the case of criminal proceedings. the two-provisions, therefore, deal with distinct matters. when the same letters patent confers a power on the high court to make rules for constituting benches and also prescribes the procedure for regulating certain proceeding the latter cannot be so construed as to ..... court to make rules for constituting benches for disposing of matters coming before it, irrespective of the fact whether they pertained to its criminal or civil jurisdiction. the letters patent also contained provisions for regulating the procedure and practice to be followed in regard to civil and criminal cases coming before it, in exercise of its various jurisdictions.clause 38 ..... for the appellant also relied upon clause 38. letters patent (extracted supra) in support of his contention that the high court has no power to make rules in respect of the exercise of criminal jurisdiction and that the procedure is ..... then applicable to such a case. 15. assuming without admitting that the adaptation of laws order by necessary implication revoked the powers conferred on the high court by the letters patent or other statutes to make rules, the rules already made are saved under the express provisions of 'the aforesaid rule. 'i, therefore, reject this contention.16. learned counsel .....

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