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Jan 22 1982 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Coimbatore Vs. Nachimuthu Industrial Assoc ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-22-1982

Reported in : (1982)31CTR(Mad)50; [1982]138ITR585(Mad)

..... v. tootal broadhurst lee co. ltd. [1949] 29 tc 352, the house of lords had to consider the question whether the royalties received by a company in three groups of patents constituted 'investments' within the meaning of para. 6 of pt. i of the seventh schedule to the finance (no. 2) act, 1939. lord simonds, in his speech, observed as follows ..... the hands of one trader be, and in the hands of another not be, an investment, though a less likely form of investment for any trader to make than a patent cannot readily be imagined.' 21. lord normand explained the meaning of the word 'investment' thus in the same case above referred to, viz., irc v. tootal broadhurst lee co. ltd .....

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Dec 23 1982 (HC)

Christian Medical College Vellore Association (by Secretary) Vs. Gover ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-23-1982

Reported in : (1983)IILLJ372Mad

..... are concerned, the regulations read : hospital department accommodation be provided for administrative officer's room; nursing superintendent's room for nurses waiting hall for the men and women visitors for patents, enquiry office, store room linen room, accommodation for resident staff including registrars, housemen and post-graduates. one clinical lecture theatre to be provided in the hospital to accommodate not less .....

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Jan 21 1982 (HC)

S.U.S. Davey Sons Vs. P.M. Naranaswamy and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-21-1982

Reported in : AIR1983Mad217

..... be proceeded against him. in that view, he dismissed the appeal. it is against this order the present appeal has been filed under cl. 15 of letters patent.3. even in this letters patent appeal. mr.dileep singh, learned counsel for the first respondent decree holder contended that the appeal before the learned single judge was not maintainable and that, therefore, this ..... letters patent appeal also could not be maintained. this was on the ground, as already stated that an order in an application under rs. 58 of o 21 as it stood prior .....

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Feb 15 1982 (HC)

Ramasyee Agro-industries Limited Vs. the India Sugar Refineries Limite ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-15-1982

Reported in : AIR1983Mad194; (1983)1MLJ91

..... a simple interlocutory order without containing any quality of finality and would therefore not be a judgment within the meaning of cl. 15 of the letters patent."7. though there is a reference in the first paragraph of the judgment extracted above to an order refusing to summon an additional witness, it is ..... an order, therefore though interlocutory in nature contains the attributes and characteristics of finality and must be treated as a judgment within the meaning of the letters patent. this is what was held by this court in shanti kumar's case (supra), as discussed above.let us take another instance of a similar order ..... instance of an interlocutory order which amounts to an exercise of discretion and which may yet amount to a judgment within the meaning of the letters patent. suppose the trial judge allows the plaintiff to amend his plaint or include a cause of action or a relief as a result of which a ..... an order refusing to issue a subpoena to a person to attend in person to give evidence is not a judgment within clause 15 of the letters patent and, therefore, no appeal is maintainable and this appeal is accordingly liable to be dismissed as not maintainable. in this connection he referred to a ..... (air 1934 bom 168), where an order refusing commission to examine a witness was considered to be not appealable under cl. 15 of the letters patent.6. it is not necessary for us to consider all these cases as the supreme court had occasion to consider the meaning of "judgment" in cl. .....

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Dec 10 1982 (HC)

Jeevakhan and Ors. Vs. Officer-in-charge of 'Q' Branch of Tamil Nadu P ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-10-1982

Reported in : 1983CriLJ1009

..... to judicial custody by a competent court, by an order, which prima facie does not appear to be without jurisdiction or in any way illegal. it is patently clear in this case that there was a valid and legal remand order on the date of the return.35. mr. k. v. sankaran. drawing the ..... as he had been kept under police custody for (far?) over the statutory period and as the remand by the magistrate had also been passed in a patently routine and mechanical manner without applying his mind to all the relevant matters, the detenu is entitled to be set at liberty. it is to be ..... to the magistrate's court is only within three hours, obviously for the reason that the distance is about 35 miles. from the above discussion, it is patently clear that there was an illegal and unauthorized detention of jeevakan in police custody. indeed, it is deplorable and heart-rending to note that the police in ..... complained of because we feel that it would not be proper for the court to close its eyes like an ostritch or wink at certain unpleasant and patent facts which are placed before it, as otherwise it would give room for the public to have an indelible impression that the court is shirking its ..... the stage of the remand, had directed the detenu to be taken in jail- custody without applying his mind to all relevant matters. but only in a patently routine manner and acting mechanically, the detenu is entitled to be released forthwith. he adds that the order of remand made by the magistrate cannot cure the .....

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Nov 04 1982 (HC)

Union of India Vs. Indo-french Pharmaceutical Company

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-04-1982

Reported in : 1984(2)ECC237; 1983LC41D(Madras); 1983(12)ELT725(Mad)

..... view of this meaning of the word 'monogram', the learned standing counsel contended that it might be taken to be a symbol and even then these products would become patent or proprietary medicines under explanation i to item 14-e. we are unable to accept this contention of the learned standing counsel. in order to attract the explanation i ..... of the identity of that person.' 5. it is admitted that the three products manufactured by the respondent are indian pharmacopoeia products. in the explanation, these products will become patent and proprietary medicines only if a symbol, monogram, label, signature or invented words or any writing which is used in relation to that medicine for the purpose of indicating or ..... homeopathic. explanation 1. - 'patent or proprietary medicines' means any drugs or medicinal preparation, in whatever form, for use in the internal or external treatment of, or for the prevention of ailments in, human beings ..... to the central excises and salt act read with the explanation i thereof. the question is how far this contention can be sustained. item 14-e reads as follows : 'patent or proprietary medicine not containing sixty per centalcohol, opium, indian hemp or other narcotic, ad valorem.drugs or other narcotics other than thosemedicines which are exclusively ayurvedic,unani, sidha or .....

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Oct 08 1982 (HC)

B.S. Adityan and ors. Vs. R. Kannan Adityan and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-08-1982

Reported in : AIR1983Mad334; (1983)2MLJ32

..... passed by a trial judge would amount to a judgment otherwise there will be no end to the number of orders which would be appealable under the letters patent. it seems that the word `judgment' has undoubtedly a concept of finality other words, a judgement can be of three kinds : (1) a final ..... as also for an interim injunction. fazal ali, j. speaking for varadarajan, j. and himself observed as follows:-'the intention of the givers of the letters patent was that the word `judgment' should receive a much wider and more liberal interpretation than the word `judgment' used in the civil p. c. at the ..... help to the learned counsel for the respondents.13. the question as regards the scope and ambit of the word `judgment' in ci 15 of the letters patent came up for consideration before the supreme court in shah babulal khimji v. jayaben d. kanai, : [1982]1scr187 . the question that arose for consideration ..... court had taken possession of by means of a receiver. against the said decision, the plaintiff perferred an appeal under ci. 15 of the letters patent which was dismissed by the learned judges on the ground that no appeal lies. there is no discussion in the judgement as to the circumstances under ..... order passed by the learned single judge dismissing appln. no. 3124 of 1982, is not a `judgment' within the meaning of ci, 15 of the letters patent and consequently the appeal itself is not maintainable. 8. mr. g. vasantha pai, the learned counsel for the appellants, contended that there was no merit .....

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Aug 31 1982 (HC)

Bahole Pharmaceuticals Co. Vs. Government of India and Two ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-31-1982

Reported in : 1984(2)ECC233; 1983(12)ELT728(Mad); (1983)IIMLJ235

..... on 9th december 1966 the second schedule classified homeopathic medicines and set out the standard to be complied with by the manufacturer. thus, the act starting with the proprietary and patent medicines, introduced control over the manufacture, sale and distribution of ayurvedic (including siddha) and unani medicines in 1964, and the control was further extended to homeopathic medicines in ..... 2(dd) of the drugs and cosmetics rules, 1945, the authorities have come to the correct conclusion that homeopathic medicine administered by parenteral route is not a patent or proprietary medicine which is exclusively homeopathic and the exemption provided under tariff item 14e is to available and the injections manufactured and cleared have been correctly assessed to ..... of homeopathic medicines in the form of injection is not recognised in the original treatises of homeopathic system of medicines, and such injections cannot, therefore, be treated as patent or proprietary medicines, so as to get the benefit of item 14e. the writ petitioner filed a revision petition before the government and it was rejected holding that ..... came to the conclusion that homeopathic injections which are administered by parenteral route are not recognised as homeopathic medicine and hence they are not excluded from the purview of patent or proprietary medicines under tariff item no. 14e of the central excise tariff. accordingly, the homeopathic injections cleared by the appellant during the period 1st march 1961 to .....

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Jan 21 1982 (HC)

S.U.S. Davey and Sons Vs. P.M. Narayanaswami and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-21-1982

Reported in : (1983)2MLJ534

..... the decree against him. in that view, he dismissed the appeal. it is against this order the present appeal has been filed under clause 15 of the letters patent.2. even in this letters patent appeal, mr. dilip singh, learned counsel for the first respondent decree-holder contended that the appeal before the learned single judge was not maintainable and that, therefore ..... this letters patent appeal also could not be maintained. this was on the ground, as already stated, that an order in an application under rule 58 of order 21, as it stood prior .....

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Apr 07 1982 (HC)

S.V. Sundaresann Vs. Assistant Controller of Estate Duty

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-07-1982

Reported in : [1983]144ITR916(Mad)

..... or not, is a debatable point and the not free from difficulty. in the circumstances, according to the leaner counsel a mistake apparent on the reorder must be obvious and patent mistake and not something which can be established only by a long-drawn process of reasoning of points on which there may be two opinion. a diction on a debatable ..... a mistake under s. 154 of the i. t. act, 1961, hegde j., observed as follows (at p. 53 :) '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 any conceivably be two opinions. a decisions on a debatable .....

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