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Aug 30 1994 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Maschmeijer Aromatics (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-30-1994

Reported in : (1995)127CTR(Mad)221; [1995]214ITR22(Mad)

..... correct to say that mere goodwill has been purchased by the assessee in the instant case. the agreement details the use of not only the technical know-how, but also patent, design, etc., which would be a commodity like any other capital asset. for this reason, the argument that the amount paid will have to be treated as a revenue expenditure ..... assessee has, in fact, allotted 200 shares worth rs. 2,00,000 to its foreign collaborator in consideration not only of the know-how, but also for the use of patents, trademarks, licence, certification, designs, marks, etc., in india. it is also not in dispute that having done so, the assessee has shown the said amount of rs. 2,00,000 ..... compounds. the foreign company, messrs. maschmeijer aromatics, has permitted its technical know-how to be supplied to be used by the assessee. they have also permitted the use of their patent trademark, design, certification marks, etc., by the assessee-company. clause 7(g) of the agreement provides that the assessee-company will have exclusive licence to use in india, the ..... patents, trademarks, designs, licence, certification marks, processes and modes of production for the manufacture and sale of the said production in the country. it appears that the participation of the foreign .....

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Dec 16 1994 (HC)

Kali Aerated Water Works Vs. Union of India

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-16-1994

Reported in : 1995(76)ELT265(Mad)

..... legislation. thus, on a careful consideration of the various submissions noticed supra, i am of the view that the petitioners have not made out any sufficient cause or substantiated any patent legal infirmity in the provision contained in paragraph 4 of the notification in question so as to justify interference by this court with the said provision. 16. for all the ..... be said to constitute any violation of the fundamental rights to carry on any business, trade or profession, unless the levy of tax itself is shown to be unconstitutional or patently unwarranted in law. a challenge of arbitrariness or unreasonableness when made should be considered not in the sense of not being reasonable, but in the sense that it is manifestly .....

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Nov 15 1994 (HC)

N.S. ZiyauddIn Ahemed and Etc. Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-15-1994

Reported in : AIR1995Mad129

..... eyes and ears to the controversy which had shocked the lawyers fraternity in the region. for the reasons best known lo it, the high court became wholly oblivious to the patent facts on the record and failed to perform the duty entrusted to it under the constitution. after giving our thoughtful consideration to the fact and cricumstances of this case, we .....

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Feb 25 1994 (HC)

Andhra Civil Construction Company Vs. Government of Tamil Nadu and Oth ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-25-1994

Reported in : AIR1994Mad307

..... person who can say yes when he thinks he should say yes and can say no when he thinks he should say so. that part of the government order is patently bad for the reason of violation of all norms that are applied to quasi-judicial authorities. the government has in that part violated the principies of natural justice, which must .....

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Aug 26 1994 (HC)

Raja D.V. Seetharamayya Bahadur Vs. Sixth Wealth-tax Officer

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-26-1994

Reported in : (1995)127CTR(Mad)3; [1995]213ITR502(Mad)

..... . he has thus reopened even the matter in relation to the years where the assessment orders has not been challenged in appeal and had become final. there is, therefore, a patent illegality in the impugned notices as also the assessment orders justifying issuance of a writ of certiorari in the matter. 11. learned standing counsel for the department, however, raised a .....

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Dec 21 1994 (HC)

Tamil Nadu Civil Supplies Corporation Limited Vs. Ramaswamy Rice Merch ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-21-1994

Reported in : (1995)1MLJ524

..... to the administration of justice, including the power to make rules for regulating the practice of the court, as are vested in them by letters patent, all such jurisdictions, powers and authority as are vested in those courts respectively at the commencement of that act. a similar provision is found in ..... to be dealt with by it, as recognised and reaffirmed again and again by the provisions of the code.19. clause 37 of the letters patent, 1865 empowers the high court to make rules and orders to regulate its own procedure in the exercise of its original civil jurisdiction, from time ..... section 129, c.p.c. provides that notwithstanding anything in the code, the high court may make such rules not inconsistent with the letters patent or order or other law establishing it to regulate its own procedure in the exercise of its original civil jurisdiction as it shall think fit, and ..... final judgments in original suits disposed of by the high court in exercise of its original jurisdiction, and (3) under clause 15 of the letters patent against judgments of single judges passed in appeals. these appeals are said to have been filed under section 39 of the arbitration act and are directed.... ..... final judgments in original suits disposed of by the high court in the exercise of its original jurisdiction and (c) under clause 15 of the letters patent from the judgment of single judges passed in appeals from appellate decrees or orders where the certificate provided for in order 4, rule 28, has already .....

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Aug 19 1994 (HC)

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

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-19-1994

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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Dec 12 1994 (HC)

The Union of India (Uoi) Represented by the Home Secretary, Home Depar ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-12-1994

Reported in : (1995)2MLJ223

..... , the appellants are estopped from challenging the order passed by the learned single indge.4. having regard to these contentions, the following points arise for consideration:(a) whether the letters patent appeal is maintainable?(b) whether the appellants can be held to have waived their right to appeal?(c) whether the appellants are estopped from challenging the order under appeal?5 ..... has been confirmed in favour of the respondent, the appellants must be held to have waived the right of appeal; even if it were to be held that the letters patent appeal is maintainable, that at any rate having confirmed the auction, the appellant are estopped from challenging the auction and the respondent having commenced to vendarrack after investing very heavy ..... . on the contrary. shri chinnaswamy, learned senior counsel appearing for the respondent contended that die appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent is not maintainable because there is no judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent, as the order is an interlocutory nature, therefore the appeal is not maintainable. it is also further contended that as the ..... k.a. swami, c.j.1. this appeal is preferred under clause 15 of the letters patent against the order dated 11th july, 1994 passed by the learned single judge in c.m.p. no. 8680 of 1994 filed in a.s. no. 202 of 1993. c. .....

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Oct 19 1994 (HC)

Kishinchand Chellarams (India) (P) Limited and anr. Vs. G. Varadappa

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-19-1994

Reported in : (1995)1MLJ135

..... order. and this circumstance of substantial and compelling character makes it necessary to review the said order passed without jurisdiction and set right the things. where a glaring omission or patent mistake or like grave error has crept in earlier by judicial fallibility, the provisions of section 114 and order 47, rule 1, c.p.c. could be invoked.11. in ..... learned counsel for the respondent- landlord is that a review is by no means an appeal in disguise whereby an erroneous decision is reheard and corrected, but lies only for patent error. there is a distinction which is real, though it might not always be capable of exposition, between a mere erroneous decision and a decision which could be characterised as ..... landlord that the order passed by bellie, j. is not a final order and it can be modified by another single judge of this court in a subsequent order is patently untenable.6. learned counsel for the review petitioners points out that the practice prevalent in such matters is to direct the tenant to pay half of the impugned rent. since ..... ]3scr933 . there krishna iyer, j., has held that a review of a judgment is a serious step and reluctant resort to it is proper only where a glaring omission or patent mistake or like grave error has crept in earlier by judicial fallibility. however, i am unable to find how this citation can help the present respondent landlord. though c.m .....

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Jul 07 1994 (HC)

Tvl. Cholan Roadways, Corporation Ltd. Kumbakonam and Etc. Etc. Vs. Tv ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-07-1994

Reported in : AIR1995Mad129a

..... that the regional transport authority was clearly in error in granting permit over a route, which was included in the draft scheme that has been published. the error was so patent that even if the respondent's appeal was in any way defective, the tribunal is bound to set right the mistake committed by the transport authority. the ratio laid down ..... that the regional transport authority was clearly in error in granting permit over a route which was included in the draft scheme that had been published. the error was so patent that even if the respondent's appeal was in any way defective, the tribunal is bound to set right the mistake committed by the transport authority. the ratio laid down .....

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