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Aug 19 1994 (HC)

The Registrar, High Court and anr. Vs. T. Velumurugaian

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1995)1MLJ277

..... judgment of the learned single judge in w.p. no. 1233 of 1994 is a judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent as it puts an end to a valuable right of registrar of the high court to challenge a judicial order passed by a learned single judge ..... judgment within the meaning of the letters patent. every interlocutory order cannot be regarded as a judgment, but only those orders would be judgments which decide matters of moment or affect vital and valuable ..... anr. : [1982]1scr187 . the supreme court considered in detail the scope, meaning and purport of the word 'judgment' found in clause 15 of the letters patent. the court said that, 'whenever, a trial judge decides a controversy which affects valuable rights of one of the parties, it must be treated to be a ..... that an order on an application under article 226, whichever way it goes, will be a judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent, as it will be a final adjudication of all matters in controversy in the writ proceedings and which will have the effect of affecting the constitutional ..... 11. learned counsel for the respondent contended that the judgment of the learned single judge is not a judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent. he referred to the decision in asrumati devi v. kumar rupendra deb raskot and ors. : [1953]4scr1159 . the order which was challenged in an .....

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Sep 11 1991 (HC)

TuticorIn Alkali Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd. Vs. CochIn Silicate an ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1992)2MLJ376

..... of calcutta : air1960cal123 , to quote in some detail the law on the subject including the passage:on a correct construction of clause 12 of the letters patent, not all suits in which there are more than one defendants, not all of them being within jurisdiction, are liable to be dismissed as against all including ..... we have noticed.the chartered high courts of calcutta, bombay besides this court, are having the original jurisdiction as found in clause 12 of our letters patent. they have to find before a suit is entertained on original side that it satisfied the requirements, in the case of suit for land or other ..... decide the matter on the assumption that part of the cause of action has arisen within the city of madras. 2. clause 12 of the letters patent which speaks about the original jurisdiction as to suits, runs as follows:and we do further ordain that the said high court of judicature at madras, ..... or carried on business or personally worked for gain within the ordinary original jurisdiction of this court. the court's special jurisdiction under its letters patent has been left free from some of the provisions of the code of civil procedure, including sections 16, 17 and 20 by section 120 thereof, for ..... , the letters patent has not only fixed a territorial jurisdiction, but has in clause 12 declared that in the case of suits for land or other immovable property .....

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Dec 13 1996 (HC)

P.R. Sundaravadanam and 2 ors. Vs. P.R. Vimala and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1997(1)CTC147; (1997)IMLJ618

..... not relevant for the case on hand. in this case, we are only dealing with the letters patent appeal filed against the order of the learned single judge condoning the delay of 3,670 days in filing the appeal. as we are not hearing the ..... power of the court imposed by sections 100 and 101 of the code of civil procedure cannot be made applicable to an appellate court hearing a letters patent appeal for the simple reason that the single judge of the high court is not a court subordinate to the high court. this judgment is also ..... for the respondents is reported in asha devi v. dukhi sai, : [1975]1scr611 , which deals with the power of a division bench hearing a letters patent appeal under clause 10 from the judgment of a single judge in first appeal is not limited only to a question of law under section 100 of the ..... within four weeks from to- day. the petition is allowed.'8. aggrieved against the order of the learned single judge, the plaintiffs have filed the above letters patent appeal.9. by consent of parties, appeal no. 127 of 1994 was also posted along with the letters pattent appeal.10. the question posed for our ..... consideration in this letters patent appeal is, as to whether the respondents have given proper explanation and shown sufficient cause for condoning the inordinate delay of 3,670 days in filing the .....

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Dec 15 2009 (HC)

Scanwell Logistics (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Blaiklock Compass World Trans ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [2010]153CompCas491(Mad)

..... order under challenge as such affects the valuable rights of the appellant, it has to be treated as a judgment within the meaning of the letters patent. it can be well stated that the order under challenge is appealable. this court is of the considered opinion that the appellant can well maintain ..... clause (d) and is appealable, the serious question that arises is whether or not the order first mentioned is a judgment within the meaning of letters patent. the fact, however, remains that the order setting aside the ex parte decree puts the defendant to a great advantage and works serious injustice to the ..... suit. thus, such an order passed by the trial judge would not amount to a judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent but will be purely an interlocutory order.similarly, suppose the trial judge passes an order setting aside an ex parte decree against the defendant, which ..... clauses (a) to (w) of order 43, rule 1 and have already been held by us to be judgments within the meaning of the letters patent and, therefore, appealable. there may also be interlocutory orders which are not covered by order 43, rule 1 but which also possess the characteristics and trappings ..... has vitally affected the valuable rights of the appellant, and hence it has got to be treated as a judgment within the meaning of the letters patent, and thus the appeals are well maintainable.7. in order to strengthen his contentions, the learned counsel relied on a decision of the apex court reported .....

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Dec 19 2007 (HC)

G. Karunanidhi Vs. the Indian Bank Represented by Its Chairperson and ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2008)2MLJ84

..... exercise of power will be regarded as manifestly erroneous. if a power (whether legislative or administrative) is exercised on the basis of facts which do not exist and which are patently erroneous, such exercise of power will stand vitiated. (see cit v. mahindra and mahindra ltd. ) the effect of several decisions on the question of jurisdiction have been summed up by ..... 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 issued. 14. in union of india v. s.l. abbas .....

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Jun 08 2012 (HC)

C.S.Pitchai Pillai. Vs. the Chairman, Tamil Nadu.

Court : Chennai

..... kamaraj street, m.g.r. nagar, the monthly rent was fixed at rs.2551/-. a cursory glance of the proceedings of the respondent/board dated 05.01.1999 latently and patently indicates that the allotment of the shed to the petitioner is subject to certain conditions specified therein.17. at this stage, the learned counsel for the petitioner submits that the ..... the respondent has issued the impugned order of cancellation dated 04.04.2006 which in the considered view of this court does not suffer from any serious material irregularity or patent illegality in the eye of law. consequently, the writ petition fails.26. in the result, the writ petition is dismissed leaving the parties to bear their own costs .....

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Mar 25 2013 (HC)

Vittal Mallya Scientific Research Vs. Indus Biotech Private Limited

Court : Chennai

..... international market or at any other point of purchase in the market in any manner the soluble double metal salt of hca in market in violation of the plaintiff process patent no.182810; vi) a permanent injunction restraining defendant, its men, assignees, transferees or agents or, retailers, dealers, or any person claiming through them from manufacturing, selling, ..... international market or at any other point of purchase in the market in any manner the soluble double metal salt of hca in market in violation of the plaintiff process patent no.182489; iv) a permanent injunction restraining defendant, its men, assignees, transferees or agents or, retailers, dealers, or any person claiming through them from manufacturing, selling, ..... in domestic and international market or at any other point of purchase in the market in any manner the anti obesity beverages in market in violation of the plaintiff process patent no.182488; iii) a permanent injunction restraining defendant, its men, assignees, transferees or agents or, retailers, dealers, or any person claiming through them from manufacturing, selling, marketing ..... domestic and international market or at any other point of purchase in the market in any manner the soluble double metal salt of hca in violation of the plaintiff process patent no.182487; ii) a permanent injunction restraining defendant, its men, assignees, transferees or agents or, retailers, dealers, or any person claiming through them from manufacturing, selling, marketing .....

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Jun 13 2014 (HC)

The Royal Sundaram Alliance Vs. D.Gunasekaran

Court : Chennai

..... tribunal's award as he did not file any appeal there against to the high court. nonetheless, being aggrieved by the single judge's judgment, the claimant filed a letters patent appeal before the division bench of the high court. this appeal was allowed and by the impugned judgment the high court has awarded total compensation amounting to rs.7,44 ..... rule of interpretation of order 41, rule 33 of c.p.c. taking into consideration, the method and manner in which the division bench of this court in the letters patent appeal, without citing adequate reasons and precedents, enhanced the compensation amount to an extent of rs. 7,44,000/- with 18% interest from that of rs. 3,00,000/- awarded .....

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Aug 20 2014 (HC)

K.Sathya Moorthi Vs. 1.The Commissioner of Backward

Court : Chennai

..... , chennai. 2.the district backward classes and minorities welfare officer, pudukkotai, pudukkotai district. ... appellants / respondents vs k.sathya moorthi ... respondent / writ petitioner writ appeal filed under clause 15 of letters patent against the order dated 08.01.2014 made in w.p.(md).no.17092 of 2013. for appellants :: mr.b.pugalendhi spl.govt.pleader for respondent :: mr.d.sasikumar :common ..... .the commissioner of backward classes welfare, chepauk, chennai. 2.the district backward classes and minorities welfare officer, pudukkotai, pudukkotai district. ... [ respondents / respondents ]. writ appeal filed under clause 15 of letters patent against the order dated 08.01.2014 made in w.p.(md).no.17092 of 2013, insofar as observation in para no.5 that ?.however, it is made clear that .....

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Aug 05 2014 (HC)

Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation Vs. 1.The Joint Commissioner of ...

Court : Chennai

..... .the joint commissioner of labour, (conciliation), office of the commissioner of labour, teynampet, chennai - 6. 2.s.subramanian ... respondents/ respondents prayer writ appeal filed under clause 15 of the letter patent act, against the order dated 07.02.2012 passed in w.p(md)no.39009 of 2004. !for appellant ... mr.a.p.muthu pandian ^for respondents ... mr.a.rahul for ..... fact arrived at by the first respondent, as well as the learned single judge which n the considered opinion of this court do not suffer from impropriety, material irregularity or patent illegality in the eye of law. resultantly, the writ appeal fails.".9. we are of the considered view that the case on hand is squarely covered by the above decision .....

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