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Apr 29 1992 (HC)

Power Control and Appliances Co. and Another Vs. Sumeet Machines Pvt. ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-29-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Mad120

..... all the components and design, colour scheme and the patent being evolved and adopted by herself contained in the trade literature and the guarantee card and that in consequence thereof, she has been able to develop a first-hand commercial ..... to the registration of the trade mark under the relevant provisions of the trade and merchandize marks act and the copyright act having evolved a particular design and mode and patent for their product and that upon which the original owner smt. madhuri mathur isdeemed to have the exclusive and proprietory right to the registered trade mark and the copyright over ..... designs over four articles were elapsed.14. therefore, basing on the above-referred case laws and the various provisions of the trade and merchandize marks act, copyright act and the patent and designs act, importing to the facts of the instant case, the learned senior counsel, thiru u.n.r. rao, vehemently contends that in the context of the business turn ..... the guarantee card as was shown in all the documents, exs. a1 to a4, the learned senior counsel drew my attention to the registration certificate of the designs under the patents and designs act 1911 issued by the authorities constituted under the act over five designs being adopted and followed by the applicants in producing the power operated sumeet kitchen mixie .....

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Aug 12 1992 (HC)

Radhika Konel Parekh Vs. Konel Parekh

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-12-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Mad90; I(1994)DMC598; (1993)IMLJ163

..... principleswhich might guide a division bench in deciding whether an order passed by the trial judge amounts to a judgment within the meaning of the letters patent. we might, however, at the risk of repetition give illustrations of interlocutory orders which may be treated as judgments; (1) an order ..... . as such an order vitally affects a valuable right of the defendant it will undoubtedly betreated as a judgment within the meaning ofthe letters patent so as to be appealable to alarger bench. take the converse case in asimilar suit where the trial judge allows thedefendant to defend the ..... specified in clauses (a) to (w) of order43, rule i and have already been held by us tobe judgments within the meaning of theletters patent and, therefore appealable.there may also be interlocutory orders whichare not covered by order 43. rule 1 but whichalso possess the characteristics and trappingsof finality ..... appeal purporting to be under cl. 15 of the letters patent was directed against an order of the learned judge transferring a suit and that according to the 'decision of the supreme court referred to ..... : air1954mad248 , raja-manner, c.j., and venkatarama aiyar, j., had to consider the maintainability of an appeal under cl. 15 of the letters patent against an order transferring a suit from one court to another. while holding that the appeal so preferred was incompetent the division bench pointed out that the .....

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May 13 1992 (HC)

Leather India and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-13-1992

Reported in : 1992(40)ECC117

..... to what is to be exported and how it should be exported. i do not think that this court can substitute its own views, unless the decision is arbitrary or patently illegal. 21. mr. r. krishnamurthy, the learned senior counsel appearing for the impleading parties contends that when writ petition nos. 11322 of 1985 and 12093 of 1985 with regard to ..... government merely because it feels that another policy decision would have been fairer or wiser or more scientific or logical. the court can interfere only if the policy decision is patently arbitrary, discriminatory or mala fide....in view of the position in law, i do not think that the contention raised by mr. k. prasaran, the learned senior counsel appearing for ..... be drawn from a study of the above cases is that the courts will not hesitate to interfere in the policy decision taken in the economic field if they are patently illegal or arbitrary or have been taken in a male fide manner but a certain amount of judicial restraint is called for in dealing with these matters of a technical ..... that it has to be struck down. 12. mr. habibullah badsha, the learned senior counsel appearing for the 8th respondent, in theusual way, fairly concedes that if the policy is patently arbitrary, this court can interfere with it.however, the learned senior counsel states that the contention of mr. k. parasaran, the learnedsenior counsel that the policy is vague and arbitrary .....

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Dec 14 1992 (HC)

R.V. Ramalingam Vs. Abdul Muthaliff

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-14-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Mad158

..... and therefore ought to have been rejected and that the reasoning given by the appellate authority to overcome the decision of this court reported in 1991 (1) mlj 372 is patently erroneous and unsustainable.8. mr. sathish kumar learned counsel for the respondent-landlord in reply to the arguments of mr. r. muthukumaraswami, raised four principal contentions. they are:i) the .....

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Mar 30 1992 (HC)

M. Sreeramulu Reddy Vs. N.C. Ramasamy

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-30-1992

Reported in : [1994]79CompCas540(Mad)

..... before the trial magistrate, would be the sole criterion. 10. the ruling of the division bench cited by the petitioner's counsel cannot enure in his favour. in a letters patent appeal, the division bench of this court, while referring to section 9 of the negotiable instruments act, wherein the meaning of 'holder in due course' has been indicated, held that .....

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Nov 25 1992 (HC)

M. Devarajulu Vs. Asst. Commissioner of Labour and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-25-1992

Reported in : (1995)ILLJ348Mad

..... clearing the hurdle of condonation of delay. without doing that, there could not be a consideration of the main matter on merits. the 1st respondent, in my view, committed a patent error when he passed the impugned order proposing to deal the main matter on merits as well as from the angle of delay'. in our view, the view taken by .....

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Oct 13 1992 (HC)

Nesamony Transport Corporation Ltd. Vs. John Bright (Minor), Represent ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-13-1992

Reported in : (1993)1MLJ365

..... order undermines its soundness or results in miscarriage of justice. a review of a judgment is a serious step and resort to it is proper only where a glaringomission or patent mistake or like grave error has crept in earlier by judicial fallibility....no doubt the above judgment supports the contention of the learned counsel for the petitioner. however, in the .....

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Mar 24 1992 (HC)

H.M. Mahesh Vs. B

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-24-1992

Reported in : II(1992)DMC334; (1992)IIMLJ444

..... city civil court act, nodoubt, states that the powers of the high court, in the exercise ofits original jurisdiction are not taken away. as per clause 17 ofthe letters patent which is applicable to minors, the high courthas got the required powers to decide the question as regardsdisputes, such as, guardianship, etc. mr. srinivasan, the learnedcounsel for the ..... to try it. section 15 of the civil procedure code directsthat suits shall be instituted in the court of the lowest grade competent to tryit. under clause 12 of the letters patent, subject to one qualification, thehigh court has unlimited original jurisdiction and this jurisdiction was savedunder section 16, city civil court act (vii of 1892). competency contemplatedby this section ..... , 1948, required reconsideration. the learned judges ofthe full bench after setting out the relevant provisions that have a bearing onthe questions, particularly clause 12 of the letters patent which empoweredthe high court of judicature at madras in the exercise of its ordinary originalcivil jurisdication held that this court has practically unlimited original jurisdiction except that if the ..... decision ofour high court taking a contrary view on the applicability section 15 of the codeof civil procedure to chartered high courts which are governed by clause 12of the letters patent. that decision is reported in v. ramamirtham v.rama film service, : air1951mad93 .on perusing the entire paper, i directed the office to post the matterbefore me for .....

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Nov 25 1992 (HC)

Brooke Bond India Limited Vs. Balaji Tea (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-25-1992

Reported in : (1993)2MLJ132

..... to combine such causes of action which, otherwise, required institution of any suit elsewhere, but not in this court. clause 14 of the letters patent reads as follows:and we do further ordain that where plaintiff has several causes of action against defendant, such causes of action not being for ..... which admittedly have not arisen within the jurisdiction of this court and said,the judicial discretion vested in the court under clause 14 of the letters patent has to be exercised with care and caution. the circumstances which are relevant to be considered in exercising the discretion are, whether the plaintiff is ..... single judge has discussed in his judgment and we shall presently see as to what may be necessary for attracting clause 14 of the letters patent and when. it is conceded when the suit in one part for the relief as to the copyright is maintainable exercising jurisdiction to amalgamate ..... not arisen within the jurisdiction of this court, has to be considered. the judicial discretion vested in the court under clause 14 of the letters patent has to be exercised with care and caution. the circumstances which are relevant to be considered in exercising the discretion are, whether the plaintiff is ..... from passing off its goods as that of the plaintiff/appellant using the impugned label; and its application under clause 14 of the letters patent for leave to combine the causes of action for infringement of trade mark and for passing off along with the suit for infringement of copyright .....

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Mar 24 1992 (HC)

Neyveli Lignite Corporation, Neyveli Vs. M/S. Vinay Engineering, Sole ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-24-1992

Reported in : AIR1992Mad332

..... 'every suit shall be instituted in the court of the lowest grade competent to try it.' clause 11 of the letters patent defines 'local limits' of the ordinary original civil jurisdiction of the high court. clause 11 of the letters patent is as follows :11 local limits of the ordinary original jurisdiction of the high court -- and we do hereby ordain that ..... the jurisdiction and not jurisdiction conferred by operation of law or by statutes or by clause 12 of the letters patent. therefore, the argument of mr. muthukumaraswamy that the high court's jurisdiction in the exercise of clause 11 of the latters patent extends beyond the geographical limit is not sustainable.15. the next point urged by mr. muthukumaraswamy, learned counsel for .....

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