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Dec 27 2002 (HC)

Ch. Sanjeeva Reddy Vs. Senior Civil Judge and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-27-2002

Reported in : 2003(6)ALT559

..... beyond its jurisdiction, refusal to exercise jurisdiction, error of law apparent on record as distinguished from a mere mistake of law, arbitrary or capricious exercise of authority or discretion, a patent error in procedure, arriving at a finding which is perverse or based on no material, or resulting in a manifest injustice.'10. in the instant case, it is stated that .....

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Mar 28 2002 (HC)

T.N. Ramakrishnan Vs. Bank of India Ltd. and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-28-2002

Reported in : 2002(3)ALT617

..... records, cannot be changed subsequently. the allegation that the petitioner has absolutely no idea as to how his date of birth came to be recorded as 21-01-1932, is patently incorrect. till 8th october, 1991 when he was on the verge of retirement and had been so intimated by the management, he never claimed that his date of birth was .....

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Apr 04 2002 (HC)

M. Nageswara Rao Vs. New India Assurance Company Limited and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-04-2002

Reported in : III(2003)ACC569; 2004ACJ1554; 2003(3)ALD397; 2003(3)ALT603

b.s.a. swamy, j. 1. the owner of the vehicle is the appellant before this court. he filed this lpa assailing the order of the learned single judge in aao no. 1904/89 dated 13.11.1997 wherein the order of the tribunal apportioning the compensation payable by the owner and the insurance company to the third parties was reversed and the entire liability to pay the compensation was fastened on the insurer (i.e.) the owner of the vehicle. 2. the facts are not in dispute. the truck that was involved in the accident was insured with the 1st respondent under policy no. 4256106318 4256106318 on 28.12.1985 and the same is in force up to 27.12.1986. before expiry of the insurance policy the appellant herein issued a cheque on 28.12.1985 for a sum of rs. 3343/- for renewal of the insurance policy by one more year. but the cheque seemed to have been returned by the bank with an endorsement 'not arranged for' by its note dated 2.1.1986, which was marked ex.b2. it is the case of the respondent insurance company that by its letter dated 8.1.1986, the insurer was informed that the cheque was dishonoured. it is interesting to note the last para of the note, which reads as follows: 'please note that under the regulations we are not on risk in respect of the above policy in the absence of valid payment of premium. please remit us immediately the premium to enable us to assume risk subject to your confirmation that there has been no loss so far,' 3. it is also interesting to note on the top of .....

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Oct 01 2002 (HC)

Bolisetti Venkateswara Rao and ors. Vs. Nadakuditi Venkateswara Rao

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-01-2002

Reported in : 2002(6)ALD256; 2002(6)ALT103

..... was dismissed. therefore the defendants filed both the appeals before the learned single judge. the learned single judge upheld the judgment of the trial court and therefore these two letters patent appeals have been filed by the defendants.3. the brief facts giving rise to filing of the suit for specific performance are that, the tenancy by the plaintiff was accepted .....

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Sep 25 2002 (HC)

Prathima Educational Society Vs. Government of India and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-25-2002

Reported in : 2002(6)ALD338

orderl. narasimha reddy, j.1. the petitioner is an educational society, registered in the year 1997 under the provisions of the a.p. (telangana area) public societies registration act, 1350 fasli. its aims and objects, inter alia, are advancement of the medical education, para medical education, education of health sciences and research development.2. it is stated that the government of andhra pradesh invited applications through notification dated 14-8-2000 for establishment of private medical colleges at various places in the state of andhra pradesh. one such place was karimnagar. the petitioner, intending to establish a medicul college at karimnagar with an intake of 150 students under the name and style of 'prathima institute of medical sciences' (for short, 'the medical college') has submitted its application together with necessary enclosures for issuance of essentiality certificate. the applications were verified by the committee constituted by the government for that purpose. based on the recommendations made by the committee, the government of andhra pradesh issued essentiality certificate for establishment of medical college at karimnagar in favour of the petitioner through proceedings dated 30th july, 2002.3. on the strength of the essentiality certificate issued by the government of andhra pradesh, the petitioner submitted application to the union of india-the 1st respondent herein seeking grant of permission for establishing the medical college with 150 seats. .....

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Sep 19 2002 (TRI)

Mrs. C.A. Philomina Vs. Dr. Vijaya Kumar Kodali

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Sep-19-2002

p. ramakrishnam raju, president: 1. the facts of the case in brief are that the complainants husband late k.j. thomas, hereinafter called ??the deceased, aged about 32 years was working as fitter in a private industry drawing a salary of rs. 1,735/- per month. while so complaining fever he approached the opposite party nursing home for treatment on 23.8.1995 where he was given two injections and prescribed some medicines on collecting necessary charges. after using the medicine prescribed by the doctor the deceased got severe pain in the right leg. he approached the doctor again on 24.8.1995 and took treatment till 25.8.1995 as in-patient. however he was taken to nizams institute of medical sciences (nims) in a critical condition where he died on the same day at 11.00 p.m. after undergoing operation. all this happened due to the wrong treatment given by the doctor. the discharge certificate issued by nims shows the cause of death as cardiac arrest due to gas gangrene. hence she claims a compensation of rs. 7 lakhs. 2. in the written version filed by the opposite party it is stated that the deceased had undergone treatment for recurrent fever with chills and rigors at a clinic in shapoornagar near jeedimetla before he approached the opposite party. he was admitted as an in-patient and was given two intramuscular injections one for body pains and fever diclofenac, and another for vomitings reglan as symptomatic treatment with a view to arrest the temperature, vomiting and body .....

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Jan 04 2002 (HC)

Regional Provident Fund Commissioner, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad and an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-04-2002

Reported in : 2002(1)ALD829; 2002(1)ALT580; [2002(95)FLR357]

ar. lakshmanan, c.j.1. being aggrieved against the order rendered in writ petition no. 18021 of 2001 dated 12-10-2001, the above appeal was preferred by the regional provident fund commissioner, a.p. and another. the respondent - deepak kulkarni is a member of the provident fluid by virtue of his employment in m/s bakelite hylam limited. he submitted a claim in form 10-d of employment pension scheme, 1995 in june, 2000 for payment of disablement pension. he was referred to regional medical board, gandhi hospital for the medical examination and report and a certificate about the nature and percentage of the disablement to decide the eligibility for disablement pension under the employees pension scheme, 1995 which is framed under the employees provident fund and miscellaneous provisions act, 1952. the medical board issued a report and certificate after examining the respondent herein by letter dated 4-4-2001. the medical board certified that the case of the respondent is a permanent disability of 75 to 80%. the case of the respondent was rejected by the second appellant since the disability although permanent, is only to the extent of 75 to 80%, but not total i.e., 100%. according to the respondent, the second appellant cannot sit over the decision of the medical board and therefore, the order passed by him is contrary to law and contrary to the provisions of employees pension scheme, 1995. therefore, he preferred the writ petition to declare the proceedings of the second .....

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Feb 21 2002 (HC)

Association of Drugs and Pharmaceuticals, Manufacturers, A.P. Vs. A.P. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-21-2002

Reported in : 2002(2)ALD609; 2002(3)ALT593

orderv.v.s. rao, j.1. the petitioner, an association of manufacturers of medicines, drugs and pharmaceuticals, has filed this writ petition praying for a writ of mandamus declaring the action of the first respondent in prescribing the holding of who gmp (world health organization good manufacturing practices) certificate for the manufacturers to participate in the tenders as per tender notification, dated 10-10-2001 for supply of i.v. fluids and general drugs under rate contract 2001-03, as being arbitrary and irrational, and for a consequential direction to the first respondent to consider the case of the members of the petitioner-association and other licensees who manufacture medicines/drugs/ pharmaceuticals.2. while admitting the writ petition on 19-10-2001, this court passed an interim order in wpmp no.27836 of 2001 directing the first respondent to consider the tenders of the members of the petitioner-association without insisting that they should possess who gmp certificate, pending disposal of the writ petition. after receiving the notice, the first respondent has filed an application being wvmp no.20 of 2002 on28-12-2001 praying this court to vacate the interim order dated 19-10-2001. at the request of the learned counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioner and the learned additional advocate-general appearing on behalf of the respondent, the main writ petition was heard, and is being disposed of finally by this order.factual background 3. all the members of the .....

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Nov 15 2002 (HC)

Dr. Satyanarayana S. Melkote and ors. Vs. State of A.P. and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-15-2002

Reported in : 2003(3)ALD377; 2003(4)ALT270

v.v.s. rao, j. 1. the plaintiffs are the appellants. dr. g.s. melkote, a freedom fighter initially filed the suit being 603 of 1977 on the file of the court of the iii additional judge and later the same was transferred to the court of the i additional chief judge, city civil court, secunderabad, as o.s. no. 49 of 1980. during the pendency of the suit, dr. g.s. melkote (gsm) died and his legal representatives - three sons and two daughters, plaintiffs 2 to 6 were brought on record. the suit was filed for declaration and consequential injunction in respect ofthe suit schedule property mainly on the ground of adverse possession. the land ad measuring 3250 sq.yds. bearing municipal no. 3-5-80/1 situated at narayanaguda is the suit schedule property. the trial court dismissed the suit on two grounds, namely, that the plaintiffs failed to prove possession over and above 30 years and that the provisions of section 80 of the code of civil procedure, 1908 (cpc) were not complied with before filing the suit. in this appeal also, these are the only two points that arise for consideration. before proceeding any further, it is necessary to briefly refer to the case of the plaintiffs and defendants (the parties are called by that nomenclature). 2. the sum and substance of the case filed by gsm is as follows. gsm was friend and doctor of one sir nawab nizamat jung (snj). as a token of gratitude for doctor's as well as service, snj offered the suit schedule property to gsm as a gift .....

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Nov 20 2002 (HC)

V. Srisailam Vs. V. Krishna Murthy and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-20-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)ALD500

v.v.s. rao, j.1. this judgment shall dispose of all the seven city civil court appeals. the parties are related. two suits were filed for partition of plaint-a schedule immovable properties and plaint-b schedule business concerns and plaint-c schedule movable properties. two other suits were filed by one of the defendants for dissolution and accounts of two firms. it is convenient to refer to the parties as they are arrayed in the suit filed by veesamsetti krishna murthy. the following genealogy table would show the relationship of the parties to the suit. veesamsetti srisailam(died) | _____________________________________________________________________________________ | |veesamsetti buggaiah (died in 1978) veesamsetti rangaiah _____ | v. ananta lakshmi [wife d7, (died in1990)] ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | | | | | | | v. yadagiri v. narasimhulu v. lakshmi v. ayodhya v. kotestwar v. krishna v. srisailam e. andalamma narasimhlu ramulu rao murthy (d.1) (d.2) (d.3) (d.4) (d.5) (plaintiff) (d.6) (d.8)details of the appeals 2. veesamsetti buggaiah was a businessman mainly dealing in hardware, cement and paints. all his sons as shown in the genealogy chart were also engaged in similar business. veesamsetti buggaiah died on 4.12.1978. sixth son v. krishna murthy filed o.s. no. 1164 of 1979 before the court of iii additional judge, city civil court, secunderabad, against his brothers, mother and sister .....

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