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Jun 22 1984 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad Vs. Hyderabad As ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-22-1984

Reported in : (1985)44CTR(AP)235; [1984]150ITR517(AP); [1984]19TAXMAN46(AP)

..... agreement is to last only for seven years and the licence to manufacture is a non-exclusive licence. there is no right to trade mark or patent right granted either permanently or for an indefinite period. 22. the assistance and knowledge is only with regard to manufacture of products with a view ..... the grant of licence was on a non-exclusive basis and the grantee had to pay royalty on the net sales effected by it by exploitation of the patent, the expenditure was revenue in nature. 18. in cit v. madras rubber factory ltd. : [1983]144itr678(mad) , a division bench of the madras ..... claim. but the appellate tribunal held that the two types of the machinery manufactured by the assessee under the agreements were entirely new agreements which were patented by collaborators and the same was not in production line of the assessee before entering into such agreements, that the payments were made to secure an ..... the agreement was not to affect the rights of the assessee of use, for the purpose of their business, all the information, techniques, technical know-how, patents, copyrights and drawings transferred by j. & s. to the assessee or which might have come into the possession of the assessee during the subsistence of the ..... or for any other or subsequent cause. j-m shall grant to hacp non-exclusive licences for the life of this agreement under any letter patent of india owned by k-m prior to the seventh anniversary of the effective date of this agreement to enable hacp to manufacture, use and .....

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Jul 05 1984 (HC)

S. Santhosh Kumar Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-05-1984

Reported in : AIR1985AP228

..... execution of bond ensuring the service in the government for a period of five years can be insisted upon in case of other candidates also. therefore rule 1(3) is patently arbitrary and discriminatory and in breach of art. 14 of the constitution. in this view it is not necessary to consider the contention regarding violation of art. 21 of the .....

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Aug 14 1984 (HC)

Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation, Hyderabad Vs. State T ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-14-1984

Reported in : AIR1985AP144

..... the order passed by the first respondent cannot be treated to be one under s.68f(1-c). accordingly, we have no option but to hold that the order is patently illegal and cannot be sustained. therefore, we allow the writ petitions and quash the impugned orders, but in the circumstances of the case, without costs. advocate's fee : rs.150 ..... . accordingly, we hold that the view of the first respondent that the authorities have got suo motu power to vary the conditions in excess of the 24 kms limit is patently illegal and cannot be sustained.4. the next question is whether this application could be treated to be an application under s.68f(1-c) of the act. admittedly, a .....

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Jun 15 1984 (HC)

M. Krishna Murthy and ors. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, Andhra Prad ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-15-1984

Reported in : [1985]152ITR163(AP)

..... salary and thus attracts the content of the definition, nothing turns upon the name appended to the definition. that apart, the argument presupposes that profits mean only commercial profits, whish patently overlooks the fact that the ordinary meaning of profits, as given in the dicstionaries is 'advantage or benefit'. so, it is incomprehensible to accept the argument that payments contemplated by .....

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Jun 29 1984 (HC)

G. Narayana Sawamy Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-29-1984

Reported in : AIR1985AP225

..... validly nominated candidate, he shall be declared to have been elected. (2) if there are two or more candidates, an election shall be held lbyf secret ballot.' 8. it is patent from the provisions that the modalities for election of chairman and vice-chairman and no-confidence motion envisage a different and distinct bearing. in so far as the election, the .....

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Apr 23 1984 (HC)

S. Prakash Reedy and ors. Vs. Principal, Government Ayurvedic College, ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-23-1984

Reported in : AIR1985AP110

..... is inconsistent with the present rule and that this rule has to be given effect to in preference to the reservation for candidates from outside the state. this submission is patently a mis-conception because the very rule 7 says that 'admission to 85% of the seats after excluding the seats reserved for candidates from outside the state shall be reserved .....

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Sep 01 1984 (HC)

Medikonda Satyanarayana and anr. Vs. Andhra Bank Ltd., Eluru

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-01-1984

Reported in : AIR1985AP77

..... , or [any debt due to any corporation formed in pursuance of an act of parliament of the united kingdom or of any social indian law or royal charter or letters patent;]' (c) the latter portion of this clause shown in brackets was struck down and hence the exception in favour of the banks or other corporations enumerated therein is no longer .....

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Sep 18 1984 (HC)

Muppavarapu Siva Ramakrishnaiah Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-18-1984

Reported in : AIR1985AP376

..... in the sense that they can reasonably bear more than one meaning, that is to say, if the words are semantically ambiguous, or if a provisions, if read literally , is patently incompatible with the other provisions of that instrument, the court would be justified in construing the words in a manner which will make the particular provision purposeful. that , in essence .....

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Sep 18 1984 (HC)

Katya Co-operative Building Society Limited and ors. Vs. Government of ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-18-1984

Reported in : AIR1985AP242

..... in the sense that they can reasonably bear more than one meaning, that is to say, if the words are 'semantically ambiguous, or if a provision, if read literally, is patently incompatible with the other provisions of that instrument, the court would be justified in construing the words in a manner which will make the particular provision purposeful. that, in essence .....

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Dec 04 1984 (HC)

Union Bank of India, Guntur Vs. Dhanakula Venkataramiah and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-04-1984

Reported in : AIR1985AP375

jeevan reddy, j. 1. the plaintiff-appellant, having filed the suit, applied for attachment before judgment of paddy stored in the house of the first defendant. it was ordered, against which an appeal was preferred. the learned single judge held that, by virtue of o.xxxvii. r.12 of the civil p.c. 'agricultural produce' cannot be attached before judgment at all. order xxxvii. r.12 cpc reads as follows:- 'agricultural produce not attachable before judgment:- nothing in this order shall be deemed to authorise the plaintiff to apply for the attachment of any agricultural produce in the possession of an agriculturist, or to empower the court to order the attachment of production of such produce.' it is evident from a reading of the rule that there is a total ban upon attachment before judgment of agricultural produce. in this case, the property attached is paddy, which is undoubtedly, an agricultural produce. therefore, the ban operates. the learned counsel for the appellant, however, relied upon a decision of a learned single judge of the rajasthan high court in bhabhoot singh v. ghanshyam, . there, the learned judge held that the term 'agricultural produce' as used in the code of civil procedure' as used in the code of civil procedure, is confined to 'growing crop'; standing on the land on which it has grown or cut crop lying on the thrashing flour or fodder-stock'. he further held that, once the grain is separated from the chaff, it ceases to remain 'agricultural produce' and .....

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