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Mar 14 1980 (HC)

Syed Jaleel Zane Vs. P. Venkata Murlidhar and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-14-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP328

..... forma pauperis and it was dismissed. the first appeal in this court was also preferred by the plaintiffs in forma pauperis. we decreed the suit in cross-objections in letter patent appeal, taking note of the subsequent circumstances and for the reasons given in the judgement. in the ordinary course we would have directed the defendant to pay the court-fee ..... eviction of the tenant-appellant. but, since we have decreed the eviction taking note of the subsequent events, we direct the parties to bear their own costs in this letters patent appeal, and cross-objections.the tenant is given two months time from today for vacating and delivering vacant possession of the suit premises.27. mr. challa sitaramayya. learned counsel for ..... years which he got by exercising the option by giving ex. a-26 notice to the plaintiffs. therefore. i do not find any merits in the appeal.''the present letters patent appeal is preferred by the tenant against the said observation, or finding, as the case may be. and the main contention out forward by mr. challa seetharamaiah. the learned counsel ..... jeevan reddy, j. 1. this letters patent appeal and cross-objections are directed against the judgment of our learned brother. m. ramachandra raju. j. the dispute is between landlord and tenant. the suit properties are two shop- .....

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Nov 26 1980 (HC)

M. Gopaiah Vs. Sri Malleswara Swami Labour Contract Co-operative Socie ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-26-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP182

..... the proceedings under article 226 of the constitution. none of the rules framed under article 225 of the constitution override clause 15 of the letters patent nor any of these rules confer a specific right of appeal against the order such as the one against which the present appeal is filed ..... nothing more than a step towards obtaining a final adjudication in the suit is not, in my opinion, a judgment within the meaning of the letters patent.' speaking generally i think the word 'judgment' means any 'final order, decree or judgment' within the meaning of these words as used in ..... should include all orders in civil proceedings. further, i am not prepared to infer, from the fact that in sections 39 and 40 of the letters patent a distinction is drawn between final judgment, decrees or orders, and interlocutory judgments, decrees or orders, that the word 'judgment' in section 15 is to ..... tried in its extraordinary original civil jurisdiction and had to determine whether it is a 'judgment' within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent for the purpose of appeal. after considering the meaning of the word 'judgment', while stating that 'it is not our purpose in the present ..... such an order. appeals against judgments rendered in writ petitions by a single judge of this court are filed and entertained under clause 15 of the letters patent. what constitutes a judgment has been the subject-matter of several decisions. in asrumati devi v. rupendra deb raikot, : [1953]4scr1159 , the supreme .....

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Feb 27 1980 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Andhra Pradesh Vs. Oblum Electrical Indust ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-27-1980

Reported in : (1980)17CTR(AP)266; [1981]127ITR409(AP)

..... of 14 years. the grantee has to pay 2% on the net ex-factory sales of lightning arresters and other products arising from the exploitation of the patent. thus, as pointed out by the tribunal, the payment of royalty is linked up with the sales. 5. having regard to all these circumstances and ..... in ciba's case : [1968]69itr692(sc) wherein the swiss company had granted to the assessee the full and sole right of licence under the patent to make use, exercise and vend the inventions specified in the agreement in india and also a licence to use some specified trade marks and deliver to ..... privity of contract, but he took the view that th claim for deduction should be made under s. 35a relating to the expenditure on acquisition of patent right or copyrights. in accordance with this provision, he allowed the claim pro rata 14 years. as against the said order the assessee preferred an appeal ..... it was provided that a royalty of 2% on the net ex-factory sales of lightning arresters and other products arising from the exploitation of the patent by the grantee in accordance with the said invention and marketed by them should be paid by the grantee to n.r.d.c. during the ..... and comprised the right to use the invention for non-linear resistor compound from conducting and semi-conducting materials such as graphite and silicon carbide covered by indian patent no. 55282 at the grantee's own factory, and to sell the product manufactured in accordance with the said invention. this was in consideration of a .....

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Jun 13 1980 (HC)

C. Ramaiah Vs. Mohammadunnisa Begum

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-13-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP38

chennakesav reddy, j.1. this appeal by the defendant under clause 15 of the letters patent is directed against the affirming judgment of our learned brother m. ramachandra raju, j., in c.c.c.a. no. 183 of 1975 preferred against the decree of second additional .....

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Apr 14 1980 (HC)

Gurram Ramaohana Rao and ors. Vs. Koda Kanakacharyulu and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-14-1980

Reported in : AIR1980AP305

..... to the substantial question of law involved in this appeal he granted leave to appeal.2. the relevant facts which give rise to the questions of law in this letters patent appeal are not in dispute. from the above narration of facts it is clear that the plaintiff respondent in the present suit is the purchaser of the suit house at ..... of the house. in execution of the said final decree, sale was held on 22-4-1957. the predecessor of the 1st defendant who is the appellant in this letters patent appeal obtained a transfer of this decree in his favour on 19-8-1960. before confirmation of sale the mortgagee transferred his rights to one raghvaiah who died in the ..... madhava reddy, j. 1. this letters patent appeal is directed against the judgment of our learned brother ramchandra raju, j., in second appeal no. 317/71. the plaint schedule house situated at vijayawada originally belonged to one .....

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Aug 20 1980 (HC)

Pillalamarri Lakshmikantham and ors. Vs. Ramakrishna Pictures and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-20-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP224

..... under the head.' true it is, in saying that, no method or principle was followed. the difficulty in the instant case arises because against the decree of damages, no letters patent appeal has been filed. therefore, the decree of damages became final. the publisher's appeal is directed to claim the relief of accounts and they valued the relief of accounts ..... :'my lords, the case of neilson v. betts ((1870) 5 hl 1) most undoubtedly decided the general principle that, upon a decree against a party for the infringement of a patent, the patentee is not entitled both to an account of profits and an inquiry into damages. that principle applies generally and without any distinction at all. it applies to every ..... in oakley v. lyster. (1931) 1 kb 148 and this was relied in the case of caxton publishing co. v. sutherland publishing co., 1939 ac 178.9. in the letters patent appeal of the publishers, however, two questions were raised by the learned counsel for the appellants. the first question was with reference to section 55 of act xiv of 1957 ..... vii of 1956. no appeal thus is lodged complaining about the adequacy of damages. since damages were awarded, the publishers are not entitled to the relief of accounts. the letters patent appeals, therefore, merit dismissal. the two appeals are accordingly dismissed. no order as to costs in both. .....

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Apr 16 1980 (HC)

Yarlagadda Nayudamma Etc. Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh and ors ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-16-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP19

..... which could be given effect to by various modes of disposition. that presupposes that he had got an independent right by birth which might be dormant in certain cases and patent in other cases. from the foregoing what becomes apparent is that notwithstanding the adoption, a person in mitakshara family has got a vested right even in the undivided property of .....

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Jan 29 1980 (HC)

Hakeem Rahimullah Khan Vs. Syed Sabir Alias Syed Makhdeem and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-29-1980

Reported in : 1981CriLJ395

..... or regarding the filing of material papers referred to in the petition. in exercise of the powers conferred on the high court by clauses 37 and 38 of the letters patent, s. 129 of the code of civil procedure, article 225 of the constitution and s. 32 of the andhra state act and all other powers enabling the high court of .....

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Nov 06 1980 (HC)

T.A. Lakshmi Narasamba Vs. T. Sundaramma and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-06-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP88

..... in his house, but the right to maintain cannot be enforced in a court of law. accordingly the view of peacock. c. j, stated earlier was accepted by this letters patent bench. thus there is a moral obligation on the father-in-law to maintain his daughter-in-law. 26. in ammakannu v. appu, (1888) ilr 11 mad 01 the madras ..... the case was decided according to the opinion of peacock, c. j. 22. the matter was taken in letters patent appeal and was heard by a fuller bench consisting of seven judges. 23. one of the points raised in the letters patent was that the distinction between a moral and legal obligation was never contemplated by the early hindu sages and legislators .....

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Oct 03 1980 (HC)

i.C. Chittaranjan Dass Vs. State Special Police Establishment

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-03-1980

Reported in : 1981CriLJ495

1. these two appeals arise out of c.c. no. 40/77 on the file of the special judge for s.p.e. cases, hyderabad, in which the appellant in the former was tried for an offence under s. 5(1)(e) read with s. 5(2) of the prevention of corruption act and was convicted and sentenced to undergo imprisonment till the rising of court and also to pay a fine of rs. 40,000/- in default to undergo rigorous imprisonment for one year and nine months. the accused preferred the former appeal questioning the correctness of his conviction and also the sentence of fine imposed against him the state, represented by the special police establishment, preferred the latter appeal complaining that the minimum sentence of one year's imprisonment provided for the said offence should have been at least imposed against the accused. 2. the prosecution case in short is that the accused while working as an assistant medical officer, class-ii in the railway department was found to be in possession of rs. 46,456.77 p. and could not satisfactorily account for the sources for acquiring such disproportionate assets. the prosecution case is confined to the check period from 1-1-1969 to 12-4-1972, on which later date, the residential quarter of the accused at rajahmundry was raided and searched during investigation. the prosecution case proceeds on the basis that at the commencement of the check period i.e., on 1-1-1969, the accused was having assets of the value of rs. 66,333.60 p. and at the close of the check .....

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