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Dec 12 1996 (HC)

Tata Consultancy Services Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-12-1996

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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Feb 06 1996 (HC)

S. Nagulal Rao Vs. Medam Jayaramaiah and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-06-1996

Reported in : 1996(2)ALT995

..... decision of the madras high court in sethu parvathy ammnl v. bajji k. srinivasan chettiar and ors., : air1972mad222 .9. the two questions, which arise for decision in this letters patent appeal, . therefore, are:-(1) whether the agreement of sale, ex. a-1, is not enforceable even against the first defendant?(2) whether a decree for specific performance can be ..... question was not raised either in the trial court or before the learned single judge and it cannot be permitted to be raised for the first time in the letters patent appeal; that the relief of specific performance being an equitable and discretionary relief, there are no grounds whatsoever to interfere with the discretion exercised by the trial court ..... the rate of 12% per annum from the date of agreement.6. not satisfied with the decree granted by the learned single judge, the plaintiff has preferred this letters patent appeal, seeking the primary relief of specific performance of the agreement. there is no appeal by the first defendant against the decree for rs. 5,000/- granted against him ..... court and the learned single judge in refusing to grant the relief of specific performance to the plaintiff in this case.22. for the above reasons, the letters patent appeal fails and is accordingly dismissed. there will however be no order as to costs. ..... c.v.n. sastri, j.this letters patent appeal arises out of a suit for specific performance of an agreement of sale dated 25-2-1980 executed by the first defendant in favour of the plaintiff .....

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Apr 17 1996 (HC)

A. Srinath and Others Vs. the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corp ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-17-1996

Reported in : AIR1996AP309; 1996(2)ALT893; (1997)ILLJ255AP

..... provision would not enable courts, by implication, to supplement the letters patent importing into them all acts, ejusdem generis, passed by the governor-general in council and that the provision is only intended to empower the governor-general in council to legislate ..... in attyam venkatasub-barayadu v. sri rajah velugoti govinda krishna yachendrulu, (1917) 32 mad lj 144: (air 1917 mad 670) has held as follows: '. . . .section 44 of the letters patent says that the provisions are subject to the legislative powers of the governor-general in council. as at present advised we are in agreement with mr. subramania aiyar that this ..... said 1915 act until such time when the appropriate legislature by virtue of powers conferred by the constitution made any law on the subject.5. clause 15 of the letters patent of the bombay high court, which the pari materia, fell for consideration in national sewing thread company limited v. james cnadwick and brothers ltd., : [1953]4scr1028 . the question in ..... pradesh under the states reorganisation act, 1956 (act 37 of 1956), this court has been established as a successor of the power of appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent of the madras court. ever since its establishment, the madras high court has exercised in such civil, criminal, admiralty, vice-admiralty, testamentary, intestate and matrimonial jurisdiction, original and appellate .....

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Aug 09 1996 (HC)

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

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-09-1996

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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Nov 05 1996 (HC)

MatadIn Agarwal and Etc. Vs. Syed Abdul Razack and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-05-1996

Reported in : AIR1997AP103; 1996(4)ALT999

..... the date of receipt of the notice. therefore, taking all the cirumstances into consideration the trial court decreed the suit which was confirmed in appeal as well as in letters patent appeal. the situation in this case is entirely different. the circumstances mentioned above are not present in this case, and therefore, there is no analogy or similarity between the two .....

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Oct 08 1996 (HC)

Large-sized Co-operative Credit Society and anr. Vs. Labour Court and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-08-1996

Reported in : 1996(4)ALT658; (1997)IILLJ442AP

..... is set aside as perverse, nullity, grossly erroneous or without jurisdiction; (2) though section 17b wages is the normal rule, in exceptional cases when award is perverse or erroneous or patently without jurisdiction or nullity, this court acting under article 226 is not debarred from exercising its powers and pass appropriate orders on the petition seeking suspension of the operation of .....

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Nov 20 1996 (HC)

Pidathala Bala Venkataswamy Vs. V.V. Nagalakshmi Reddy and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-20-1996

Reported in : 1997(6)ALT650

..... /- would come to rs. 24,000/- and odd. in the nature of the approximation in calculation, an amount of rs. 25,000/- towards future loss of income can be awarded. patently, due to the loss of major portion of the leg, there has been disfigurement for an young man like the claimant, in addition to social disability being called as a .....

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Oct 03 1996 (HC)

Besi Appa Rao Vs. Motha Peddy Reddy and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-03-1996

Reported in : 1997(1)ALT137

..... fact recorded by lower court. while as a normal rule the finding of fact recorded by the lower appellate court, even if the appreciation of evidence made by it is patently erroneous and the finding recorded in consequence is grossly erroneous, has to be accepted in a second appeal, the high court where it is satisfied that the lower appellate court .....

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Jun 07 1996 (HC)

N. Suryanarayana and anr. Vs. Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad, Rep. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-07-1996

Reported in : 1996(4)ALT614

..... total construction. the petitioners, however, in categorical terms admitted the receipt of show-cause notice and a reply thereto by them. the petitioners complain that the proposal to demolish is patently arbitrary and highhanded and assert that they are entitled for the relaxation for construction of the 6th floor, as such relaxation was granted by the government in case of other .....

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Jun 05 1996 (HC)

Parvathi Combines, Rep. by Its Managing Partner, Smt. A. Mangalagowri ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-05-1996

Reported in : 1996(3)ALT623

lingaraja rath, j.1. plaintiff is the appellant. it filed this letters patent appeal against the reversing judgment of the learned single judge dismissing the suit seeking declaration of the assessment made on 30-3-1975 and the revised assessment on 30-9- .....

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