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Jun 16 1997 (HC)

Coramandal Fertilisers Ltd. Rep. by Its Managing Director Vs. P. Venka ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-16-1997

Reported in : 1997(5)ALT509

..... of the rules or without jurisdiction.15. the next question that immediately falls for consideration is whether the petitioner's right to prefer letters patent appeal from the decision of the single judge would be lost, if they were heard by the division bench at the first instance.16. ..... so far as they relate to the constitution of benches by the honourable chief justice.8. under clauses 36 and 37 of the letters patent the andhra pradesh high court appellate side rules have been framed, empowering the high court to make rules for regulating the procedure for the ..... been made, amending or altering the same, by competent legislative authority, for india'.clause 38....................................thus, as provided under clause 37 in its letters patent, this court has been given the power to make rules and orders provided that the court would be guided in making such rules and orders ..... of the court, whether with or without the chief justice, are to constitute the several division courts.4. clause 37 and 38 of the letters patent respectively provide for regulation of proceedings in civil and criminal cases. clause 37 reads:'regulation of proceedings:- and we do further ordain that it shall ..... following reference was made:'can the high court ignoring the rules framed under article 225 of the constitution of india and clause 15 of the letters patent, post the cases to be heard by a single judge before a division bench?'3. the contention of sri kannabhiran, learned senior counsel appearing .....

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Sep 10 1997 (HC)

Badanaboyina Veera Nageswara Rao Vs. Badanaboyina Rama Devi

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-10-1997

Reported in : 1997(5)ALT384

..... of the court. rules in this behalf thus are followed in appeals against original decrees and in appeals under clause 15 of the letters patent from judgments of single judges passed in appeals from appellate decrees or orders as well as in appeals subject to provision that in appeals against ..... is any inconsistency between the appellate side rules and the provisions of the code, the appellate side rules having been formulated pursuant to the letters patent power of the court as well as under section 122 of the code, under which it is permissible to annul, alter or add to ..... shall be drawn up in accordance with the judgment.'rules framed by this court by virtue of the power conferred upon it under the letters patent aforementioned and all other powers enabling it to frame rules of procedure and practice called 'the rules of the high court of judicature, andhra pradesh ..... the court, whether with or without the chief justice, are to constitute the several division courts.'3. clauses 37 and 38 of the letters patent respectively provide for regulation of proceedings in civil and criminal cases. clause 37 reads:'regulation of proceedings:-and we do further ordain that it shall ..... 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 high court. ever since its establishment, the madras high court has exercised in such civil, criminal, admiralty, vice-admirality, testamentary, intestate .....

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Oct 14 1997 (HC)

B. Sudarshan Reddy Vs. Joint Collector, R.R. Dist, Hyderabad and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-14-1997

Reported in : 1998(2)ALD648; 1998(1)ALT12

..... which were said to have been alienated in their favour in the year 1959.the manipulation of these entries inserting the names of these three transferees in different ink, is patent even to the naked eye. i do not know how the mandal revenue officer failed to inform the joint collector on this aspect while submitting the true copies of pahanies ..... applicable to the facts in this case.19. where no innocent third party interests have crept in and where the nature of fraud or mis-representation is so glaring and patent crying out for judicial correction and where the vendor and vendees are parties to the fraud played on the state, it becomes the duty of the revisional authority to take .....

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Nov 21 1997 (HC)

P. Neelakanteswaramma and ors. Vs. Uppari Muthamma and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-21-1997

Reported in : 1998(1)ALD234

..... cannot be equated with the original hearing of the case and the finality of the judgment rendered by the court will not be reconsidered except where a glaring omission or patent mistake or like grave error has crept in order by judicial fallibility. when on appreciation the court took a view which the only possible view warranted in view of the .....

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Mar 18 1997 (HC)

Andhra Pradesh State Financial Corporation Vs. M/S. Rama Spinners Priv ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-18-1997

Reported in : AIR1997AP415; 1997(4)ALT649; [1998]94CompCas233(AP)

orderp. s. mishra, c. j,1. this appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent is preferred by the andhra pradesh state financial corporation, who, it is alleged, has failed to meet the commitment under an agreement to release the loan amount of rs. 60 .....

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Apr 30 1997 (HC)

Yamunanagar Co-operative House Building Society, Rep. by Its President ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-30-1997

Reported in : 1997(4)ALT317

..... 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 a glaring omission or patent mistake or like grave error has crept in order by judicial fallibility'. an error apparent on the face of the record exists if of two or more views canvassed on .....

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Sep 25 1997 (HC)

Suresh Gir Vs. K. Ahadev

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-25-1997

Reported in : 1998(1)ALD25; 1997(6)ALT436

..... . what was once a perfectly valid legislation may, in course of time, become discriminatory and liable to challenge on the ground of its being violative of article 14.'22. the patent unreasonableness and the discriminatory potential of section 4(2) will appear to be more pronounced in the light of the notification issued by the state government on 29-12-1983 .....

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Apr 04 1997 (HC)

Vasudeva Sharma Vs. Executive Officer, T.T.D., Tirupati and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-04-1997

Reported in : 1997(2)ALD(Cri)292; 1997(3)ALT669; 1997CriLJ3429

..... restricted to the contemner only. when once competent legislature restricted the right of appeal, that restriction applies and prevails over clause 15 of the letters patent as the said clause is subject to the provisions prescribing right of appeal provided under the act. 12. in a decision r. p. bharadwaj ..... is fully applicable to civil contempts also and appeal which is not otherwise maintainable, would not be appealable because of clause 15 of the letters patent. i am fortified in this view by the two decisions of this court cited at (1) and (2) which arrived at the same ..... decisions of patna and allahabad high courts spoke about the distinction between civil and criminal contempt, yet the question as to whether appeal lies under the letters patent when cognizance is refused to be taken of civil contempt was not dealt with in those cases. that question was addressed in hem bala dassi v. ..... to notice that in taneja's case supra the supreme court itself confined its decision to criminal contempt alone, it should be held that a letters patent appeal in the matter of civil contempt, even though the learned single judge refused to hold the respondents guilty for contempt, lies. 4. repelling ..... (for short 'the act') prescribing for appeals in matters of orders or decisions relating to contempt, the objection is that clause 15 of the letters patent would not enable preferring an appeal against the order of the learned single judge refusing to punish for contempt. 2. mr. k. v. satyanarayana, .....

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Jul 25 1997 (HC)

Dr. I. Prakash Kumar Vs. the University of Health Sciences Rep. by Its ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-25-1997

Reported in : 1997(5)ALT197

p.s. mishra, c.j.1. instant appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent of the court has arisen from the judgment in a petition by the appellant under article 226 of the constitution of india alleging, inter alia, that he has been failed .....

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Jan 27 1997 (HC)

M.J. Raju Vs. Electronics Corporation of India Rep. by Its Chairman an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-27-1997

Reported in : 1997(2)ALT536

..... and requires to be set at nought by quashing the same as having violated the said standing orders and the principles of natural justice.13. patently, an appeal lies against such an order under standing order 31, because even an order passed under standing order 30 is not excluded from such ..... been passed under standing order 30 has transpired to be one passed under standing order 27 read with standing order 29 of the standing orders. patently enough, not only the impugned order has violated the principles of natural justice but it has also violated the standing order 29. it cannot ..... can be gathered as a whole, it must be taken to have bean for extraordinary circumstances as stated therein although such words are not expressed. patently enough, the authority which has passed the impugned order has been very much upset about the misconduct of the petitioner and another person in regard ..... not be continued in the interest of the company and also in the public interest as it was inexpedient to continue him in such service. therefore, patently, the impugned order creates stigma. even in the simple grammatical dictionary meaning, stigma' means a mark or sign of disgrace or discredit or a ..... under standing order 27(20) of the standing orders and breach of the rules and regulations of the company contemplated under standing order 27(40). patently, the impugned order has been passed in regard to the misconducts attributed to the petitioner as above and within the meaning of standing order 27(2 .....

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