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Oct 27 1998 (HC)

S. Laxmanan and anr. Vs. Jayant Rajan

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-27-1998

Reported in : (1999)1MLJ387

..... may not be sufficient to establish the conversation of the parties. the telephone bill has been relied upon by the respondent to establish that he made the calls to his patents^ in-law. it is not clear as to whether he made the calls or the deceased made the calls to her parents. it is more probable that the deceased might .....

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Aug 06 1998 (HC)

Supreme Paper Mills Ltd., Calcutta Vs. Owners and other persons Intere ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-06-1998

Reported in : 1998(3)CTC85

..... that all the high courts established by letterspatent were courts of record and had such original and appellate juris-diction including admiralty jurisdiction as had been vested in them byletters patent. the government of india act, 1935 declared that 'everyhigh court shall be a court of record' and that its jurisdiction, the lawadministered by it and the powers of the judges ..... admiralty (india) act, 1891. by the last two acts,the madras high court was invested with the same admiralty jurisdictionas was vested in the high court of england. the letters patent of 1865declared that the high court of madras would and continue to be a courtof record and that it would exercise ordinary, original and civil jurisdic-tion within its local .....

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Aug 07 1998 (HC)

The Management of the Catholic Syrian Bank Ltd., Rep. by Its Assistant ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-07-1998

Reported in : 1999(1)CTC757; (1999)IILLJ194Mad

..... had failed to rejoin and inspire the confidence of the employer was also evident. the risk to the bank in employing a person like the second respondent- workman, who had patently duped its customer, and harmed the bank's reputation was also evident. the misconduct committed by the second respondent-workman had been proved, after due enquiry in which the workman ..... . the workman's claim that the admission made by the workman was the result of coercion by the employer was patently incorrect, as no such complaint was made by him during the enquiry and even before the tribunal the workman had accepted the fact that the charges levelled against him had ..... in service and fifty per cent of the back wages.11. learned counsel for the petitioner management contended that this order of the tribunal is perverse as the tribunal has patently failed to exercise the judicial discretion vested in it in a judicial manner while determining the appropriateness of the penalty which had been imposed for the admitted and proved misconduct .....

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Nov 30 1998 (HC)

V.M. Shaik Mohammed Rowther Vs. Settlement Commission (it and Wt) and ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-30-1998

Reported in : [1999]236ITR581(Mad)

..... the commission has rejected the application. the reasons given for such rejection are reasons which are clearly relevant. the assessee's failure to make a full and true disclosure being patent, it was not necessary for the commission to proceed with the further consideration of the application only to pass an order of rejection at the end of such further proceeding .....

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Jul 13 1998 (HC)

Management of Sarabai M. Chemicals Vs. Government of Tamil Nadu and or ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-13-1998

Reported in : (2000)IIILLJ1278Mad

..... by the division bench of this court in para 14 'at p. 186.'if, on the other hand, the government comes to the conclusion that the claim made is so patently frivolous or that the admitted facts are so glaringly against the workmen, which would not warrant a trail or adjudication by a court or tribunal, then the government would be ..... the clear view that the impugned order has been passed after the lapse of 15 years from the order of termination, it is a stale one and that it is patently frivolous and that, therefore, it is not in accordance with law and that the same is liable to be quashed.14. in the result, the writ petition is allowed. no .....

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Jul 14 1998 (HC)

The Managing Director, Hindustan Photo Films Co., Ltd. Indu Nagar, Oot ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-14-1998

Reported in : 1999(1)CTC30

..... or the game and cannot be lightly entertained. 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. a mere repetition through different counsel of old and overruled arguments, a second trip over ineffectually covered ground .....

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Oct 21 1998 (HC)

Bharathidasan University, Palkalai Perur, Tiruchirapalli Rep. by Its R ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-21-1998

Reported in : 1998(3)CTC236; (2001)8SCC676; AIR2001SC2861

..... by obtaining the decision of the court, the necessity of recourse to the court has been pointed out repeatedly in the house of lords and privy council without distinction between patent and latent defects.'the above statement of the law supports our view that the order of the board dated 28.6.1977, declining to implead 'respondents 3 and 4 which .....

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Feb 24 1998 (HC)

Appu Hotels Ltd. Vs. Appropriate Authority

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-24-1998

Reported in : (1999)153CTR(Mad)520

..... to the date of agreement pursuant to which the petitioner sought to purchase the property.4. the learned senior counsel for the petitioner rightly criticised this communication as disclosing a patent failure to exercise the jurisdiction insofar as it declined to grant no objection certificate and also exceeding jurisdiction insofar as it sought to go into the legality and validity of .....

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Apr 20 1998 (HC)

The Management of Pannimedu Estate, M/S. Tata Tea Limited, P.O. Valpar ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-20-1998

Reported in : 1999ACJ1313; 1998(2)CTC1; [1999(81)FLR927]; (1998)IIIMLJ275

orderjudgement pronounced by d. raju. j.1. the above appeal has been filed under clause 15 of the letters patent against the order of a learned single judge of this court dated 3.2.1997 in cma no.1032 of 1995, wherein the learned single judge, in the process of .....

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Dec 24 1998 (HC)

M/S. Gordon Woodroffe and Company Limited, Uk, Rutland House, 44, Maso ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-24-1998

Reported in : [1999]97CompCas582(Mad); 1998(3)CTC589

..... also have no doubt that bryunt acted in breach of confidence in making use. as he did as soon as he left the plaintiffs, of the information regarding the bisehoff patent which he had acquired in confidence and about its various effects on the plaintiffs' position, for his own advantage and for that of the defendant company.'84. industrial development consultants ..... obtained by bryant whilst employed by or acting as an officer of the plaintiffs concerning the design, manufacture and distribution of their swimming pools and frommaking use of the bisehoff patent. roskill,j of the queen bench division held at page 302 as follows:'i have no doubt that bryant acted in grave dereliction of his duty to the plaintiffs in ..... concealing from the plaintiff's board the information which he received from the plaintiffs' patent agents, and in taking no steps whatsoever 10 protect the plaintiffs against the possible consequences of the existence and publication of the bisehoff ..... and shape etc., was the managing director of the plaintiff company. when the plaintiff company applied for a patent for invention of above ground swimming pool, the plaintiff's company's patent agents communicated the information of a prior grant of british letters patent for a foreign invention of a similar swimming pool. this information was concealed by bryant and failed to disclose .....

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