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Sep 01 1976 (HC)

West Coast Electric Supply Corporation Ltd. and anr. Vs. Commissioner ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-01-1976

Reported in : [1977]107ITR483(Mad)

..... or tenements, goods or chattels which does not depend on another's courtesy: it includes ownership, estates and interests in corporeal things, and also rights such as trade-marks, copyrights, patents and even rights in personam capable of transfer or transmission, such as debts ; and signifies a beneficial right to or a thing considered as having a money value, especially with .....

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Nov 18 1976 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Lucas-t.V.S. Limited (No. 1)

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-18-1976

Reported in : [1977]110ITR338(Mad)

..... assessee was on that account a mere licensee for a limited period of the technical knowledge of the swiss company with the right to use the patents and trade marks of that company.'14. after referring to the terms of the agreement, the supreme court further pointed out at page 701 :' ..... pointed out at page 699 :' the assessee did not, under the agreement, become entitled exclusively even for the period of the agreement, to the patents and trade marks of the swiss company; it had merely access to the technical knowledge and experience in the pharmaceutical field which the swiss company commanded ..... that 50% of such expenditure was capital in nature as it brought into existence an enduring asset, namely, necessary information for the manufacture of the patented articles, and therefore only 50% of the amounts paid by the assessee could be allowed as deduction. however, on appeal preferred by the assessee, ..... the grantor. under clause 7(a)(ii), in consideration of the licences and other rights granted under, the agreement in respect of the scheduled patents and the grantor's designs, a royalty amounting to two per cent., of the factory cost of all licensed devices and spare parts for such ..... clause (e) of the preamble states that the grantor had agreed to grant to the licensee such licence in connection with inventions comprised in the said patents and licensed devices as mentioned in the agreement. clause 2(d) defines ' non-exclusive right ' as meaning right enjoyed by the licensee in common .....

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Feb 05 1976 (HC)

N. Karuppannan Vs. Additional Registrar of Trade Union and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-05-1976

Reported in : (1977)ILLJ132Mad

..... approved by the national council for science and technology. in the research institutions, scientists undertake various research projects. they develop processes and inventions, and some of the processes are also patented. under an agreement entered into between the national research development corporation of india, a company registered under the , indian companies act, 1913, and the csir, the corporation pays the csir ..... patents and engineering know-how and processes. the corporation exploits the patents and inventions by granting licences to parties who use them for industrial purposes. development of such inventions and processes and supply of know how and ..... a share of the royalties arising from the exploitation of inventions, patents and technical and engineering know-how of processes, in consideration of the csir assigning and transferring to the corporation all its rights in such inventions and .....

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Oct 28 1976 (HC)

C. Siddeswaran Vs. R. Shanmugham Pillai

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-28-1976

Reported in : (1977)2MLJ242

..... and to prevent the defendant from the temptation of carrying on further breach with the help of the in-fringing machinery. due, to changed circumstances, namely, the lapse of the patent, an order of injunction cannot be continued and naturally no question of an order being passed for ensuring the observance of the injunction would arise. in the circumstances, it would ..... fixed the damages payable by the defendant to the plaintiff at rs. 12,000. he further granted an order of injunction restraining him from infringing the plaintiff's patent no. 67545 and patent for addition no. 90265 during the continuance thereof. he also directed the defendant to produce the infringing machinery for being disposed of.3. the present appeal is filed ..... . the plaintiff came to know that the defendant, who is carrying on business as grain dealer and fried gram merchant at madras, was using an automatic machine containing the patented features invented by the plaintiff for roasting bengal gram. as the plaintiff's notices to the defendant to desist from using the automatic machine failed, he came forward with the ..... is preferred by the defendant in the suit against the judgment of maharajan, j., granting a decree: (a) for injunction restraining the defendant from infringing the plaintiff's patent no. 67546 and patent for addition no. 90265 during the continuance thereof; and (b) directing the defendant to produce into court the infringing gramfrying machine in his possession for the purpose of destruction .....

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Sep 09 1976 (HC)

R. Thathadesika Thathachariar and anr. Vs. K.V. Alagia Manavala Jeevas ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-09-1976

Reported in : (1977)2MLJ247

..... . an appeal was preferred, not by the executive trustees, but by defendants 2 and 3, the two thathachari honorary trustees. the second appeal and the letters patent appeal before us are also preferred by the thatachari honorary trustees, and not by the executive trustee. while mr. vehkata-varadachariar the learned counsel for the respondents ..... the present litigation itself is at the instigation of the two honorary trustees and that in fact the second appeal to the high court and this letters patents appeal are not strictly competent as the executive trustee has not preferred the appeals.16. on the above facts several contentions were raised by the learned counsel ..... suit temple was wearing only thengalai namair. this finding has been accepted by all the courts and it cannot be question in second appeal or the letters patent appeal.11. in the year 1850, o.s. no. 14 of 1850 was filed in the civil court by the theertham and aroopadaoo and adhyapaka mirasdar ..... elephant should have only a thengalai namam and rejecting all the contentions advanced by the defendants, he dismissed the second appeal, but granted leave. hence this letters patent appeal.8. it would not be out of place to give a short history of this 150 years wars of the names. a short account of the ..... p.s. kailasam, c.j.1. defendants 2 and 3 in the suit are the appellants in the letters patent appeal. the suit was filed by plaintiffs 1 to 4. they are residents of kancheepuram and are thengalai vaishnavites holding offices in sri .....

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Aug 24 1976 (HC)

S. B. S. Jayam and Co., Represented by Its Managing Partner S. B. S. S ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-24-1976

Reported in : (1977)1MLJ286

..... s law of torts, at page 108, 'moveable property' is stated as property of every description except immoveable property and that it includes incorporeal rights like patent, copy right, trade mark etc. the question is whether the situs of such property of the plaintiff is madras.9. under section 5 (2) of ..... civil court of original jurisdiction as far as the said 'district' is concerned but that does not mean that the original side rules and the letters patent are not applicable to a suit instituted in this court for infringement of a registered trade mark.6. however, this discussion is really academic. whether ..... according to rule 5 (ii) referred above, only the provisions of the code of civil procedure would be applicable and that the clauses in the letters patent have no application. but the learned counsel is not light. he is under a misapprehension that under section, 105 of the act, a suit for infringement ..... to as the act) and that, therefore, it is section 20 of the code of civil procedure that is applicable and not clause 12 of the letters patent, this is not correct.4. in section 2 (1) (e) of the act it is stated that 'district court' has the meaning assigned to ..... clause 12 of the letters patent applies or section 20 of the code of civil procedure applies, the plaintiff can succeed on the preliminary issue (regarding territorial jurisdiction) only if it .....

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Jun 17 1976 (HC)

Rangasami Gounder Vs. Periamuthu Gounder and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jun-17-1976

Reported in : (1977)1MLJ231

..... section 20. hardship is one of the grounds which could form the basis for negativing the relief of specific performance. but what is the nature of hardship that should be patent in a given case is better stated in the language of the statute itself rather than explaining the same. one of the cases in which the court may properly exercise .....

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Sep 09 1976 (HC)

R. Thathadesika Thathachariar and anr. Vs. K.V. Alagia Manavala Jeersw ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-09-1976

Reported in : AIR1978Mad210

..... . an appeal was preferred; not by the executive trustee, but by defendants 2 and 3, the two thathachari honorary trustees. the second appeal and the letters patent appeal before us are also preferred by the thathacharihonorary trustees, and not by the executive trustee. while mr. venkatavaradachari, the learned counsel for the respondents before us ..... the present litigation itself is at the instigation of the two honorary trustees and that in fact the second appeal to the high court and this letters patent appeal are not strictly competent as the executive trustee has not preferred the appeals.16. on the above facts, several contentions were raised by the learned ..... temple was wearing only thengalai namam. this finding has been accepted by all the courts and it cannot be questioned in second appeal or in the letters patent appeal.11. in the year 1850, o. s. no. 14 of 1850 was filed in the civil court by the theertham and aroopadaoo and adhyapaka mirasdar ..... elephant should have only a thengalai namam and rejecting all the contentions advanced by the defendants, he dismissed the second appeal, but granted leave. hence this letters patent appeal.8. it would not be out of place to give a short history of this 150 years war of the namams. a short account of the ..... p.s. kailasam, c.j.1. defendants 2 and 3 in the suit are the appellants in the letters patent appeal. the suit was filed by plaintiffs 1 to 4. they are residents of kancheepuram and are thengalai vaishnavites holding offices in sri .....

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Nov 09 1976 (HC)

Munusamy Achari Vs. Rajambal Ammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-09-1976

Reported in : AIR1977Mad228; (1977)1MLJ371

..... act, and applying the principles decided by the supreme court in daya singh v. dhan kaur, .28. it is, however, unnecessary to pursue this argument of alternatives in this letters patent appeal. for, on the findings arrived at by the learned subordinate judge, as affirmed in second appeal by ramanujam j., on the aspect of ammakannu's possession, we do not ..... ultimate conclusion in any respect, especially when we recognise that it is in consonance with the broader aspects of equity.29. for all the above reasons, we dismiss the letters patent appeal with costs.30. appeal dismissed.

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Apr 06 1976 (HC)

Nilgiris Potato Growers Co-operative Marketing Society Ltd. Vs. Commis ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-06-1976

Reported in : [1978]111ITR375(Mad)

..... -tax officer proceeded under section 154 and that the income-tax officer could not have resorted to that section, as if there was only an obvious and patent mistake. we, therefore, answer question no. 2 in the negative and in favour of the assessee.as we have already stated, the answer to the ..... in other words, the mistake in the matter of calculation of additional surcharge with reference to the exempted income cannot be said to be an obvious and patent mistake so as to be rectifiable under section 154. the construction of the said provision bristles with various problems such as - 1. as to whether the ..... was a mistake apparent from the record in that case.therefore, the point before us is whether the mistake, if any, here is an obvious and patent mistake and not something which has to be established by a long drawn process of reasoning on points on which there may conceivable be two opinions. ..... f the act in a proceeding under section 154 of the income-tax act, 1961. a mistake apparent on the record must be an obvious and patent mistake and not something which can be established by a long drawn process of reasoning on points on which there may conceivably be two opinions.'the supreme ..... the bombay high court held that the original assessments made on the firm were prima facie in accordance with law and that there was no obvious or patent mistake in those orders of assessment, which the income-tax officer was competent to rectify. in the appeal against the order of the high court, the .....

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