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Feb 17 2004 (HC)

Mani Enterprises Vs. Vasavi Co-operative Urban Bank Limited and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-17-2004

Reported in : 2004(2)ALD501; 2004(3)ALT349; [2004]53SCL255(AP)

orderv.v.s. rao, j.1. the petitioner is a proprietary concern engaged in civil construction works. the petitioner availed over draft facility (account no. 34) from m/s vasavi co-operative urban bank limited ('vasavi bank'), first respondent herein in october, 2000. he has also mortgaged the property belonging to him and his wife as a security for the said loan facility. the petitioner could not pay the amount for various reasons and therefore petitioner's account was classified as non-performing asset (npa). in order to liquidate the outstanding loan given by vasavi bank, the petitioner approached m/s 'the associates' a subsidiary of citi financial, himayathnagar branch to take over the loan of vasavi bank. 'the associates' by letter dated 13.9.2003 informed that an amount of rs. 15,50,000/- is sanctioned subject to certain conditions including mortgaging the property of petitioner. the petitioner therefore allegedly addressed letters on 27.11.2003, 16.12.2003, 26.12.2003, requesting vasavi bank for permission to clear the principal outstanding amount with loan facility availed from m/s 'the associates.' the same was rejected by vasavi bank.2. it appears that at the time of availing loan under the loan rules, the petitioner was required to subscribe 41 'a' class shares of vasavi bank worth about rs. 41,000/-. the petitioner subscribed those shares. he has also kept some amount in fixed deposit receipts of vasavi bank. the petitioner states that in the proceedings dated 7.3. .....

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Dec 29 2004 (HC)

All India Crochet Lace Exporters Asscociation, Rep. by Its General Sec ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-29-2004

Reported in : 2005(2)ALD409; 2005(3)ALT737; (2005)IILLJ781AP

orderp.s. narayana, j.1. all india crochet lace exporters association, represented by its general secretary, filed the present writ petition praying for a writ of mandamus declaring that the artisans who knit the laces and sell the same to an exporter can never be deemed as 'workman' or 'employee' of such purchaser within the meaning of any of the a.p. shops and establishments act, 1988, the minimum wages act, 1948 or the a.p.labour welfare fund act, 1987 having regard to the special nature of service of exporters such as collecting the lace pieces, exporting them to foreign countries and earning foreign exchange cannot be deemed as an establishment; that therefore either the artisans who do the lace work during his/her idle time by their special art or the persons who purchase such lace pieces and export them cannot be governed for any rights or liabilities by either the shops and establishments act, 1988, the minimum wages act, 1948 or the a.p. labour welfare fund act, 1987; that the respondents are not entitled to enforce those said enactments against any of the exporters either for prosecuting or otherwise; that the enforcement of such laws against the lace exporters is highly arbitrary, contrary to law, violative of constitution and the principles of natural justice and to direct the respondents not to take any action under the provisions of the aforesaid acts, either against or in favour of the exporters or the artisans of the laces in the ends of justice.2. the .....

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Aug 27 2004 (HC)

Toorpati Majsaiah and anr. Vs. State of A.P.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-27-2004

Reported in : 2005CriLJ568

p.s. narayana, j.1. heard sri purushotham reddy, the learned counsel representing appellants-accused nos. 1 and 2 and the learned additional public prosecutor.2. the appellants-accused nos. 1 and 2 preferred the present appeal aggrieved by the conviction and sentence imposed in s.c. no. 746 of 1993, dated 15-11-1997, on the file of the assistant sessions judge, peddapally.3. sri purushotham reddy, learned counsel representing the appellants-accused nos. 1 and 2 would contend that from the evidence of p.w. 5 and p.w. 6, it is highly doubtful whether the accused are the persons who had participated in the alleged offence on the fateful day. the learned counsel also had drawn the attention of this court to the evidence of p.w. 13, the munsif magistrate, and would submit that even in the test identification parade, it is stated that one witness govardhanagiri venkatamma had identified a-1 but she was not examined, and the other witness gadem venkatamma p.w. 6, who was unable to identify, had been examined. even certain admissions made in the evidence of p.w. 5 would definitely throw some light on the aspect of identification, and hence, the conviction and sentence imposed as against the appellants-accused nos. 1 and 2 cannot be sustained.4. on the contrary, the learned additional public prosecutor would contend that at the best this may be of defective investigation and the mere fact that p.w. 5 was examined in court after sufficient lapse of time may not alter the situation in .....

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Apr 28 2004 (HC)

The General Manager, South Central Railway Vs. K. Narayana Rao

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-28-2004

Reported in : I(2005)ACC239; 2005ACJ1249; AIR2004AP442; 2004(4)ALT464

s.r.k. prasad, j.1. this l.p.a is directed against the judgment rendered by the learned single judge of this court in of 1999 dismissing the appeal and confirming the awarding of compensation in of 1998 dated 22.1.1999 by the railway claims tribunal, secunderabad bench. 2. the appellant is the railways whereas the claimant is the respondent herein. they will be arrayed as in the claim petition. the claimants being the husband and daughter of the deceased venkatalakshmi have claimed compensation of a sum of rs.2,00,000/- alleging that his wife fell down from the train near gooty railway station while travelling in the second class railway compartment along with them from madras to guntakal, crushed in between the train and the platform resulting in her instantaneous death. the claimants have produced the first information report, inquest report, the original copy of the ticket coupon, the original copy of the excess fare ticket of the deceased and also the salary certificate of the deceased, who was employed as a nursing tutor. subsequently her daughter has given up her claim. the same is resisted by the railways on the ground that the death occurred on account of the negligence and careless act of the deceased who attempted to step down from the moving train before taking a stop on the platform at gooty station and as such no compensation was payable in view of proviso (b) to section 124 of the railways act, 1989. it was, however, admitted in the .....

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Jan 23 2004 (HC)

Kusam Satyanarayana Reddy and ors. Vs. Kusam Sambrajyamma (Died) by Lr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-23-2004

Reported in : 2004(2)ALD635; 2004(3)ALT115

bilal nazki, j.1. first appeal has been filed by defendants 1 to 4 against the judgment and decree dated passed by subordinate judge, guntur in o.s. no. 316 of 1979. cross-objections have been filed by the plaintiffs. both the cases are being disposed of by this common judgment. the parties shall hereinafter be referred to as they are arrayed in the suit.2. the plaintiffs laid the suit for a declaration that the gift deed dated 6.11.1979 which was registered on 12.11.1979 purported to have been executed by late puma reddy in favour of defendants 2 and 3 was illegal and void. they also sought a declaration that they were in possession of the suit property. alternatively they prayed that if the court did not find them in possession of the property, they should be given possession of the suit property which was gifted out and is mentioned in items 1 and 2 of plaint b schedule properties and item no. 2 of plaint c schedule property. the plaintiffs also sought permanent injunction restraining the defendants from interfering in their possession and enjoyment over the suit schedule properties.3. the contentions raised by the plaintiffs were that the suit schedule properties were owned by one bhimavarapu punna reddy who was the husband of 1st plaintiff and father of 2nd plaintiff, 4th defendant and late lakshamma, who was the wife of 3rd plaintiff and mother of plaintiffs 4 to 7. late punna reddy had no male issue, he had only three daughters, i.e., 2nd plaintiff, 4th defendant and .....

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Jan 05 2004 (HC)

D. Padmanabha Reddy (Died) Per L.Rs. Vs. Smt. G. Anasuya and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-05-2004

Reported in : 2004(2)ALT418

b.s.a. swamy, j.1. the defendant in 207 of 1978 on the file of principal subordinate judge, tirupathi is the appellant herein. aggrieved by the judgment and decree of the district judge, chittoor in 163 of 1991, dated 13-2-1996 decreeing the suit filed by the respondent herein for partition of the properties and allotting 1/6th share to the respondent by reversing the judgment of the trial court dismissing the suit, this second appeal has been preferred.2. g. anasuya, the plaintiff, g. padmanabha reddy, the defendant no. 1 and savithramma-defendant no. 3 are the children of one late narasimha reddy who is the husband of second defendant-rajamma. that narsimha reddy died intestate seven years before filing of the suit i.e. in the year 1970. thereafter, plaintiff got issued a legal notice-ex.a-1 on 28-10-1977 claiming partition of the family properties and allotment of 1/8th share to her and that the defendant no. 1 sent a reply notice-ex.a-3 dated 10-11 -1977 stating that the properties were bequeathed by his late father narsimha reddy by executing an unregistered will. hence, she is not entitled for any share in the property. the plaintiff initially tiled the suit for partition of the family properties by metes and bounds and to allot 1/8th share to her in the properties of their father narsimha reddy by contending that their late father never executed any will and it was brought into existence by the defendant since the testator signed in the will as narsimha .....

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Nov 18 2004 (HC)

Seven Hills Par Boiled Rice Mill Vs. Commissioner of Commercial Taxes ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-18-2004

Reported in : (2008)11VST184(AP)

orders. ananda reddy, j.1. these writ petitions are filed by the registered dealers, who are the rice millers, aggrieved by the order of the sales tax appellate tribunal in satyanarayana raw and boiled rice mill v. state of a.p. [2002] 34 apstj 153, and the consequential circulars issued by the commissioner of commercial taxes, dated february 24, 2003 directing all the officers to follow the said decision, and also the consequential revision orders passed by the deputy commissioner (ct), revising the order of assessment made under the central sales tax act, 1956 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act').2. in all these cases assessments were framed under the provisions of the act by the respective assessing officers computing the benefit under section 8a(1)(a) by applying the formula and thereafter granted the benefit of rebate in terms of section 15(c) of the act and thus determined the tax liability of the respective dealers. however, the revisional authorities issued notices after a lapse of more than one year, proposing to revise the said assessments on the ground that the assessments as framed granting the rebate in terms of section 8a read with section 15(c) was in excess of the relief to which the dealers are entitled. thereafter, the revisional authority revised the assessment in terms of the notice observing that the net tax due arrived was the difference between the central sales tax collections and the rebate amount. the central sales tax thus payable was much lower .....

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Apr 22 2004 (HC)

Miryala Kavitha @ Yadamma Vs. Miryala Krishnaiah

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-22-2004

Reported in : 2004(3)ALD690; 2004(4)ALT330; II(2004)DMC313

orderl. narasimha reddy, j. 1. this civil revision petition is filed against the order dated 31.1.2004 in i.a. no. 506 of 2003 in o.p. no. 73 of 2002 on the file of senior civil judge, miryalaguda. through the order under revision, the trial court dismissed the application filed under section 5 of the limitation act to condone delay of 122 days in presenting the application under order ix, rule 13 of the code of civil procedure.2. the respondent is the husband of the petitioner. he filed o.p. no. 73 of 2002 in the trial court under section 13 of the hindu marriage act seeking divorce on the ground that the petitioner was a patient suffering from the disease of epilepsy, her behaviour was violent and that her conduct has become unbearable for him. o.p. was decreed ex parte, on 12.3.2003. the petitioner filed an application under order dc, rule 13 of the code of civil procedure to set aside the ex parte decree. since there was delay of 122 days in presenting the said application, she filed i.a. no. 506 of 2003 under section 5 of the limitation act. she pleaded that as soon as she received the notice in o.p., she engaged an advocate and filed vakalat on 19.12.2002. she stated that on account of ill-treatment by the respondent, she has gone pilgrimage to places like bhadrachalam and srisailam for mental peace and that she was not informed of the progress in the o.p., since her advocate also left for united states.3. the respondent resisted the application, denying the contents of .....

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Mar 25 2004 (HC)

Chanumuri Subhaveni and ors. Vs. Sappa Srinivasa Rao and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-25-2004

Reported in : 2004(4)ALD745; 2004(5)ALT255

p.s. narayana, j.1. sappa srinivas, as minor represented by next friend randhi ayyanna, the maternal grandfather, instituted the suit for partition as indigent person i.e., o.p. no. 59/92 which was numbered as o.s. no. 78/94 on the file of senior civil judge, tadepallegudem. the said minor was declared as major and next friend was discharged as per order in ia no. 593/ 2000 dated 19/7/2000. on the respective pleadings of the parties, issues were settled and pw-1 - next friend, pw-2 -buddala ramanna, pw-3 - the plaintiff, were examined and exs.a-1 to a-9 were marked. likewise, dw-1 to dw-10 were examined and exs.b-1 to b-10 were marked. the court of first instance granted a preliminary decree for partition holding that the alienations are not binding on the shares of the plaintiff and the 3rd defendant on 11-9-2000. aggrieved by the said judgment and decree the alienees/defendants 4 to 9 preferred a.s. no. 111/2001 on the file of i additional district judge, west godavari, eluru and the appellate court dismissed the said appeal by judgment and decree dated 16-7-2002. aggrieved by the same, the present second appeal is filed.2. no doubt, the report of the commissioner in i.a. no. 1144/2002 in i.a. no. 478/2001 in o.s. no.78/94 on the file of senior civil judge also was brought to the notice of this court relating to the objection to stop execution of warrant and also a finding relating to removal of stones. this aspect may not be much relevant for the present purpose.3. .....

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Oct 14 2004 (HC)

Dr. I. Devanand S/O I.i. Raju Vs. N.T.R University of Health Sciences ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-14-2004

Reported in : 2004(6)ALD474; 2004(6)ALT718

orderv.v.s. rao, j. 1. dr. i. devanand, petitioner herein, after completion of b.d.s., appeared for m.d.s. entrance test. he obtained the rank 58 and he belongs to osmania university local area. he is a scheduled caste- c candidate (sc-c). he claims that among all the scheduled caste candidates he stood first. he is aggrieved by the action of first respondent university in selecting and admitting second respondent sc-c belonging to andhra university local area to m.d.s. course in the third respondent college. therefore, he filed the present writ petition seeking declaration that the action of first respondent in providing admission to less meritorious candidate - second respondent herein; by earmarking seat reserved for sc-c to andhra university local area ignoring the top ranking merit of the petitioner among sc-c category candidates as illegal, arbitrary and ultra vires. the petitioner also prays for a consequential direction to first respondent, namely, n.t.r. university of health sciences ('university' for brevity) to admit the petitioner in m.d.s.course in a seat reserved for sc-c category out of the seats allocated to osmania university local area.2. the petitioner's case in brief is as follows. there are fourteen seats in m.d.s. course out of which 15% are reserved in favour of sc. the reservation of seats in favour of scs is governed by andhra pradesh scheduled castes (rationalization of reservations) act, 2000 (hereafter called, the rationalization act) and andhra .....

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