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Jun 04 2002 (HC)

Bysani Anjaneyulu Vs. Trilinga Technical and Management Consultant (Pr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-04-2002

Reported in : 2002(4)ALD461; 2003(1)ALT248

..... the exercise of its ordinary jurisdiction. now, appeals against orders made by a single judge of this court in its ordinary jurisdiction are governed by clause 15 of the letters patent and it is well settled that an appeal under clause 15 lies only at the instance of a party to the proceedings who is adversely affected by an order made .....

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Dec 05 2002 (HC)

Bysani Anjaneyulu Vs. Trilinga Technical and Management Consultant (Pr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-05-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)ALD570

..... the exercise of its ordinary jurisdiction. now, appeals against orders made by a single judge of this court in its ordinary jurisdiction are governed by clause 15 of the letters patent and it is well settled that an appeal under clause 15 lies only at the instance of a party to the proceeding who is adversely affected by an order made .....

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Jun 28 2002 (HC)

B. Lakshmipathi Vs. Municipal Council, Kamareddy, Rep. by Commissioner

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-28-2002

Reported in : 2002(5)ALT756

..... .10.1992 dismissed the said appeal confirming the judgment and decree of the trial court.13. assailing the judgment of the leaned single judge, the plaintiff preferred the present letters patent appeal.14. heard both the parties.15. the learned counsel for the appellant sri m.surender rao, submits that the findings recorded by the trial court, as confirmed by the ..... the reasons stated supra, we do not see any ground to interfere with the concurrent findings recorded by the trial court as affirmed by the learned single judge. the letters patent appeal is devoid of any merit and liable to be dismissed.32. we accordingly dismiss the letters .....

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Jun 14 2002 (HC)

Vakati Prabhakar Reddy Vs. Tenali Mohan Rao

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-14-2002

Reported in : 2003(2)ALT76

..... . sudershan reddy, j.1. the fourth defendant in o.s.no. 87 of 1990 on the file of the learned senior civil judge, nellore is the appellant in this letters patent appeal. the respondent-plaintiff filed the said suit against the appellant who is the fourth defendant and three others including the state of a.p. as defendants 1 to 3 ..... one. there are no particular reasons for imposing such onerous condition.20. ordinarily this court in exercise of its letters patent appeal jurisdiction does not interfere with such discretionary order as the one passed by the learned judge. the letters patent court is a court of correction of error. normally it does not substitute its own discretion for that of the learned ..... costs as directed by the learned single judge and make deposit of rs. 1 lakh (rupees one lakh) together with decretal costs within six weeks from to-day. the letters patent appeal is partly allowed.

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Aug 09 2002 (HC)

Osmania University Teachers Association (Outa) Represented by Its Gene ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-09-2002

Reported in : 2002(4)ALT682

..... passed a parallel enactment under entry 25 of list iii without encroaching the entry 66 of list i. the encroachment with regard to the composition of the selection committee is patent and obvious. 91. in the circumstances, we hold that section 43-a of the andhra pradesh universities act, 1991 is beyond the legislative competence of the state legislature and is ..... of the commissions and committees of educationists referred to above which take note of the disparities in the standards of education in the various universities in the country. it is patent that the holder of a post-graduate degree from one university is not necessarily of the same standard as the holder of the same postgraduate degree from another university. that ..... is then unthinkable as to how the state could pass a parallel enactment under entry 25 of list iii, unless it encroaches entry 66 of list. such an encroachment is patent and obvious. the commissionerate act is beyond the legislative competence of the state legislature and is hereby declared void and inoperative.' 60. the said judgment, in all its force, would .....

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Jan 09 2002 (HC)

Mahendra R. Saraf and ors. Vs. Goldstone Technologies Limited and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-09-2002

Reported in : 2002(1)ALD824; 2002(1)ALT516

..... and arrived at an understanding wherein the respondents agreed inter alia to (i) buy 100% equity shares of the petitioners held in natural technologies private limited along with product rights, patent and trade marks; (ii) meet the running expenses of the banking division (ntpl) and to (iii) share the profit with the petitioners in an agreed manner for a period of ..... agreement was entered into between the petitioners and the respondents on 22-2-2000 under which the petitioners have sold 100% of the equity shares of ntpl with product rights, patent and trade mark to the respondents. the agreed operational terms and conditions were incorporated in the agreement dated 22-2-2000 which were required to be performed and discharged by ..... andhra pradesh which was formed by the andhra state act, 1953, but the court has not exercised original jurisdiction as mentioned in clauses 11 and 12 of the madras letters patent as from time to time with the aforementioned enactments of the civil court act, the legislature has brought deprivation of such jurisdiction.22. a learned single judge of this court ..... in b. prasada rao v. sas mines and minerals limited, : 1999(3)ald358 , has also taken the same view in his considered judgment.23. under clause (11) of the letters patent for the high court of judicature at madras, it is provided that the high court of madras had ordinary original civil jurisdiction which it shall exercise within such local limits .....

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Jan 04 2002 (HC)

G. Rama Sharma Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh Represented by Its Sec ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-04-2002

Reported in : 2002(2)ALT593

..... while exercising power of judicial review under article 226. the high court can interfere with such finding only when such finding is found to be perverse or suffers from a patent error on the face of the record or based on `no evidence' at all. that is not the position obtaining in the instant case. therefore, if the court were to ..... india v. h.c. goel, this court held at p. 728 that if the conclusion, upon consideration of the evidence reached by the disciplinary authority, is perverse or suffers from patent error on the face of the record or based on no evidence at all, a writ of certiorari could be issued8. the supreme court in high court of judicature at .....

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Jul 17 2002 (HC)

D. Srinivasa Raju Vs. District Forest Officer and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-17-2002

Reported in : 2002(5)ALD252

..... connection to the object sought to be achieved. article 14 does not insist upon classification, which is scientifically perfect or logically complete. a classification would be justified unless it is patently arbitrary. if there is equality and uniformity in each group, the law will not become discriminatory, though due to some fortuitous circumstances arising out of peculiar situation some included in ..... it must be real and substantial, bearing some just and reasonable relation to the object of the legislation, 34. any classification should also be reasonable and it must not be patently arbitrary. the classification must not be arbitrary, but must be rational and must not only be based on some qualities or characters which are to be found in all groups .....

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Mar 15 2002 (HC)

Mohd. QutubuddIn Vs. Aziz Khan and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-15-2002

Reported in : 2002AIHC4073

..... that when oncesection 47 was deleted, the possession given earlier would be considered asvalidly given. ultimately, their lordships agreedwith the conclusion arrived at by justice madhava reddy and dismissed theletters patent appeal.84. from the above it is seen that the learned judgesfirstly expressed concurrence with earlier decision of this court in syed jalal(29 supra) and secondly observed that by ..... conclusion, the learned judgerelied on another judgment of a division bench of this court comprising ofjustice gopal rao ekbote and justice a.v.krishna rao, as they then were, inletters patent appeal no. 176 of 1990 dated 9.12.1970 wherein again theirlordships were considering the effect of non obtaining of prior permission fromthe tahsildar before the court auction is confirmed ..... want of sanction. hence,the judgment and decree passed by the learned single judge in c.c.c.a.no. 28 of1991 is confirmed on a different reasoning. the letters patent appeal no.131 of 1999 is dismissed. there will be no order as to costs.104. l.p.a. no. 134 of 1999:105. this letters ..... patent appeal is filed against thejudgment and decree in c.c.c.a.no. 29 of 1991 wherein his lordship justiceramesh madhav bapat dismissed the appeal and the suit holding that .....

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Apr 23 2002 (HC)

Society for Cancer in Oral-cavity Prevention Through Education, Hydera ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-23-2002

Reported in : 2002(3)ALD525; 2002(3)ALT579

..... government merely because it feels that another policy decision would have been fairer or wiser or more scientific or logical. the court can interfere only if the policy decision is patently arbitrary, discriminatory or mala fide. it was further observed that it is neither within the domain of the courts nor within the scope of judicial review to embark upon an .....

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