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Dec 16 1965 (HC)

T.V. Seethalakshmi Ammal Vs. Controller of Estate Duty

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-16-1965

Reported in : (1966)2MLJ484

..... ., never advertise. they canvass a small market now principally at nottingham since german manufacturers have learnt to supply their own markets. they have no trade mark, sign, badge, or patent; any patents for machinery that there may be have been treated as of no account. one machine is practically as good as another, and the product is so uniform that any one .....

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Dec 16 1965 (HC)

Seethalakshmi Ammal Vs. Controller of Estate Duty, Madras.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-16-1965

Reported in : [1966]61ITR317(Mad)

..... . never advertise. they canvas a small market, now principally at nottingham since german manufacturers have learnt to supply their own markets. they have no trade mark, sign, badge or patent; any patents for machinery that there may be have been treated as of no account. one machine is practically as good as another, and the product is so uniform that any one .....

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Feb 01 1965 (HC)

P. Kader Batcha Vs. K.A. Alagarswami Naicker

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-01-1965

Reported in : AIR1965Mad438; (1965)2MLJ530

..... act. the learned judge quantified the damages at rs. 100 and gave a decree for that amount, with subsequent interest and costs. he also granted leave, and hence the letters patent appeal by the defendant.(2) the facts are practically not in dispute, and learned counsel for the appellant, mr. ahmed meeran, has been fair enough to concede the major facts ..... ) indisputably, the question of damages awarded to the victim (plaintiff) by the learned judge is very moderate and calls for no interference at our hands. under the circumstances, the letters patent appeal is dismissed with costs.(9) appeal dismissed. ..... (1) this letters patent appeal has been instituted by the defendant in an action for recovery of a sum of rs. 1,000 as damages for a trespass to person. after a review of .....

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Jan 08 1965 (HC)

Chotilal Sowcar Vs. R. Jawantraj Sowcar

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-08-1965

Reported in : AIR1966Mad322

..... the interests of justice, that the difference claimed as payable towards interest might be disallowed. from this decision of venkatadri j, the mortgagee (chotilal sowcar) has preferred the present letters patent appeal.(3) the issue that is involved may be tersely set forth as follows. as we have seen from the relevant provisions of the usurious loans act, the words descriptive ..... (1) this letters patent appeal involves a question of considerable interest, which does not appear to have been the subject of judicial decision in the precise form in which it has been raised, so .....

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Feb 16 1965 (HC)

The Madras Port Trust Vs. K.P.A.T. Annamalai Nadar and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-16-1965

Reported in : AIR1968Mad42

(1) this appeal under the letters patent has been preferred, on leave granted by venkatadri j. who, in second appeal, reversing the decision of the courts below, upheld the claim of the plaintiff for a sum of .....

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Nov 03 1965 (HC)

R. Chinnaswami Naidu and Sons and ors. Vs. First Income-tax Officer, C ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-03-1965

Reported in : AIR1967Mad136; [1966]61ITR400(Mad)

..... speaking, where a question of vires or constitutional validity of a statutory provision or a rule or total lack of jurisdiction of the particular officer or forum or an obviously patent error arises, the court, in our opinion, may well be justified in exercising its powers under the article. that is because in the first of these cases a decision on ..... private time. errors of jurisdiction may also come within the purview of the second instance. the last instance justifies interference notwithstanding an alternative remedy, for, the error may be so patent as in the case of, for example, two or two being added as five. in such cases, it is apparent that not to interfere on ground of existence of an .....

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Aug 27 1965 (HC)

R.S. Mani Vs. A. Palanimuthu Pillai and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-27-1965

Reported in : AIR1967Mad16

..... circumstances of each case and then exercise discretion whether he should give time to the tenant or not". once the discretion is exercised in one way and there is no patent violation of any provision of law in the exercise of the discretion or any perversity manifested in the order, this court is bound by the exercise of the discretion and ..... have held--that the discretion will not be exercised in favour of the tenant because he had failed to make deposit under s. 3(3) of the act is a patent violation of the provision in clause (b) of s. 3(4) as to the exercise of discretion".it must be noticed that the emphasis is on the deposit being one ..... in court under s. 3(3) of the act. it is on these facts that the supreme court observed:"this view of the revenue divisional officer is in our opinion patently incorrect. now if the respondent had acted as he should have acted and made a deposit under s. 3(3) of the protection act the matter would have been dealt .....

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Aug 27 1965 (HC)

R.B. Mani Alias R. Balasubramanyam Vs. A. Palanimuthu Pillai and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-27-1965

Reported in : (1967)2MLJ226

..... of each case and then exercise discretion whether he should give time to the tenant or not.14. once the discretion is exercised in one way and there is no patent violation of any provision of law in the exercise of the discretion or any perversity manifested in the order, this court is bound by the exercise of the discretion and ..... held that the discretion will not be exercised in favour of the tenant because he had failed to make a deposit under section 3(3) of the act is a patent violation of the provision in clause (b) of section 3(4) as to the exercise of discretion.12. it must be noticed that the emphasis is on the deposit being ..... in court under section 3(3) of the act. it is on these facts that the supreme court observed:this view of the revenue divisional officer is in our opinion patently incorrect. now if the respondent had acted as he should have acted and made a deposit under section 3(3) of the protection act, the matter would have been dealt .....

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Feb 25 1965 (HC)

Shri Ramkishan Srikishan Jhaver and ors. Vs. Commissioner of Commercia ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-25-1965

Reported in : [1965]16STC708(Mad)

..... mind'. seizure, therefore, is not mere taking but taking with force. davis in 'federal searches and seizures' says that the mere observation or visual inspection of what is open and patent does not constitute a search and that an 'inspection' contemplates the examination of articles of objects made available for that purpose and is usually, but not invariably, associated with civil ..... of a criminal action, that the term implies exploratory investigation or quest and that it is well established that it is not a search to observe what is open and patent either in daylight or artificial light. though the american view of the meaning of the words 'inspection' and 'search' is so expressed in the context of the fourth amendment to .....

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Feb 25 1965 (HC)

Shri Ramkishan Srikishan Jhaver and Others Vs. Commissioner of Commerc ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-25-1965

Reported in : [1965]57ITR664(Mad)

..... mind'. seizure, therefore, is not mere taking but taking with force. davis in 'federal searches and seizures' says that the mere observation or visual inspection of what is open and patent does not constitute a search and that an 'inspection' contemplates the examination of articles or objects made available for that purpose and is usually, but not invariably, associated with civil ..... of a criminal action, that the term implies explanatory investigation or quest and that it is well established that it is not a search to observe what is open and patent either in daylight or artificial light. though the american view of the meaning of the words 'inspection' and 'search' is so expressed in the context of the fourth amendment to .....

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