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Dec 31 2014 (HC)

Kmk Event Management Vs. The Commissioner of Commercial Taxe

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-31-2014

..... . 44(1).4th reissue, para 1474, pp. 906-07; bengal immunity co.ltd.v.state of bihar ; in re mayfair property company ; eastman photographic material company v. comptroller general of patents, designs and trade marks ; national insurance co.ltd.v.baljit kaur ).the heydon's rule itself is sometimes stated as a primary cannon of construction, sometimes as secondary (i.e .....

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Jun 12 2014 (HC)

M/S. Priyadarshini Spinning Mills Ltd.,h Vs. Commissioner of Income-ta ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-12-2014

..... the income tax act, 1961, (for short the act) as, pool of tangible assets such as buildings, machinery, plant or furniture on the one hand and intangible assets such as patents, copyrights, trade-marks, licences, franchises etc., on the other hand. one condition for grouping such items together, is that the rate of depreciation must be same for the items to .....

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Jan 31 2014 (HC)

Pulugorugopal Reddy and 37others.... R Vs. Mandal Revenueofficer,tirup ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-31-2014

..... this review petition cannot be rejected as not maintainable. another question that may be clarified is that this court held in in re srinadhan16 that letters patent judgments are reviewable. consequently, the present review application is maintainable.35. regarding the merits of the review, it may be pointed out at the outset ..... in baddula laxmaiah, the division bench went into all questions of controversy which were not before the learned single judge and that it is a patent error apparent on the face of record. we consider that the non-application of or erroneous application of the view of the supreme court cannot ..... learned single judge could not exercise in a writ of certiorari certainly cannot be exercised by the division bench as an appellate court in a letters patent appeal.31. however, assuming that the division bench did not have powers which it had exercised, can it be rectified under the review jurisdiction of ..... of the division bench. the division bench held (in para 17 of the judgment under review) that in exercise of jurisdiction under clause-15 of letters patent, the division bench could go into all questions of fact and law as a first appellate court. the division bench placed reliance upon asha devi v ..... error apparent on the face of the record.22. it is the contention of the senior counsel for the review petitioners that the division bench committed patent errors which are errors on the face of the record, so much so, it is a fit case to review the order. the learned .....

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Mar 05 2014 (HC)

D.Suryanarayana and Other Vs. Government of India Rep. by Itscabinet

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-05-2014

..... the first schedule of the constitution of india. like other states formed under the src act, action of bifurcation of andhra pradesh for bifurcation for formation of telangana state is patently in violation of sections 127 and 128 of the src act as these legal provisions shall have overriding effect irrespective of any inconsistency contained in other law. thus, the parliament ..... date, i.e.. 3.10.2013. thus, central cabinet is proceeding arbitrarily and illegally to bifurcate the state of andhra pradesh on the ground of frantic regionalism. the same is patently in violation of law. he has referred to a decision of the supreme court on this point in the case of raghunathrao ganpatrao v. union of india1.8. he contends .....

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Aug 28 2014 (HC)

Telangana Non-gazetted Mutually Aided Co Vs. State of A.P., Represente ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-28-2014

..... free to avail appropriate legal remedies available to them in law. subject to the above observations, the contempt application is disposed of. challenging the same, firs.petitioner herein filed letter patent appeal to the division bench contending that once c.c.is closed, the court has no power and jurisdiction to reopen the same and accepting the said contention, honourable division ..... -2012 but the said orders of the learned single judge are held as illegal by a division bench of this court by an order dated 23-11-2012 in letter patent appeal no.10 of 2012. he submitted that when orders of the honourable single judge are set aside by a division bench, complaint lodged in pursuance of the honourable single .....

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Dec 15 2014 (HC)

S. Gangaiah and Othe Vs. State of Telangana, Rep. by Its Principa

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-15-2014

the honble sri justice vilas v. afzulpurkar writ petition nos.31174 of 2014 and batch 15-12-2014 s. gangaiah and others....petitioners state of telangana, rep. by its principal secretary to government, school education department, secretariat, hyderabad and others.... respondents counsel for petitioners: mr. s. satyam reddy for mr. v. ravinder rao mr. mohd moin ahmed quadri smt. k.v. rajasree mr. k. gani reddy mr. y. nagi reddy counsel for respondents:gp for school education (tg) & (ap) mr. k. ramakanth reddy

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Mar 10 2014 (HC)

J.K.Cold Tyre Retraders,kathipudi, Rep. Vs. United Indiainsurancecompa ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-10-2014

..... a minimum level and interference is envisaged only in cases of fraud or bias, violation of principles of natural justice etc., interference on the ground of 'patent illegality' is permissible only if the same goes to the root of the matter, and a public policy violation should be so unfair and unreasonable as ..... india; or iii) justice or morality, or iv) in addition, if it is patently illegal. illegality must go to the root of the matter and if the illegality is of trivial nature it cannot be held that award against the public policy. ..... given to the term 'public policy in renusagar's case (supra), it is required to be held that the award could be set aside if it is patently illegal. result would be - award could be set aside if it is contrary to:- i) fundamental policy of indian law; or ii) the interest of ..... injurious or harmful to the public good or public interest has varied from time to time. however, the award which is on the face of it, patently in violation of statutory provisions cannot be said to be in public interest. such award/judgment/decision is likely to adversely affect the administration of justice. hence ..... ".if the award is contrary to the substantive provisions of law or the provisions of the act or against the terms of the contract, it would be patently illegal, which could be interfered under sec.34. however, such failure of procedure should be patient affecting the rights of the parties".. and in the same .....

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Jul 30 2014 (HC)

T.Namahsi Vs. State of A.P., Rep. by Public Prosecutor

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-30-2014

..... and relatives insisted for payment of additional dowry and that they instigated the husband to harass the complainant. a learned single judge of this court held that the contention is patently unconvincing and that the allegations designedly are aimed to implicate all the accused. this court quashed the proceedings against the parents and relatives of the husband in such background.9 ..... of visakhapatnam. all of them allegedly went to rajahmundry and assaulted the wife at the house of her parents. a learned single judge of this court observed that the allegations patently are unnatural and improbable and that the continuation of the case against him would cause substantial injustice and undue hardship to the accused.8. in y.sham kumar v. state .....

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Jan 21 2014 (HC)

Sanjeevani Prakruthi Arogya Sevasamstha Vs. the State of Andhra Prades ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-21-2014

..... non-government organisation (ngo) is not contemplated as per the land allotment policy envisaged in g.o.ms.no.571, dated 14.09.2012. in my opinion, this reasoning is patently contrary to the said g.o.as can be seen from paragraph no.6 of the g.o., as re-produced hereinbefore, the allotment of land is envisaged in favour .....

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Nov 20 2014 (HC)

Nallapati Panduranga Vs. Vempati Venkateshwara Rao and Anot

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-20-2014

..... .151 cpc, the order in e.a.no.14 of 2011 is liable to be examined in the revision.16. the principles laid down in the above referred judgments are patently to the effect that restoration can be ordered by the courts in exercise of inherent powers conferred under section 151 of the code of civil procedure also. in the instant .....

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