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Jul 14 2000 (HC)

Britannia Industries Ltd. Vs. Sara Lee Bakery

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-14-2000

Reported in : AIR2000Mad497

..... design and in the said proceedings, the applicant/plainliff took notice. thus, it is obvious that the designs of both the parties have been registered by the controller general of patents, designs and trademarks and both of them have initiated separate proceedings to cancel their respective design registration.18. it is the contention of the respondent through the counter-affidavit dated ..... on 1-4-1999 through the design registration certificate bearing no. 179167. thus, it is clear that both the parties have registered their respective designs before the controller general of patents and designs and trademarks.15. it is the contention of the applicant/ plaintiff that under section 51-a of the act. he filed an application for cancellation of the registration ..... gist of his submission is as follows :--'the applicant/plaintiff is the registered proprietor of the design bearing no. 171091 dated 11-4-1996 issued by the controller general of patents & designs and trademarks, the novelty being in the shape and configuration of the biscuit. by the grant of registration under section 47 of the designs act, the applicant would ..... . the sign of the respondent's biscuit ts entirely different from the applicant's biscuit. the differences arc easily perceivable even by young customers. in fact, the controller of patents and designs has already recognized this fact and has granted a design registration certificate on 1-4-1999 in respect of the respondent's biscuits. (d) the applicant's biscuits .....

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Feb 16 2000 (HC)

The Chief General Manager, State Bank of India, Circle Top House, 21 R ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-16-2000

Reported in : 2000(3)CTC663

..... as mentioned in the plaint cannot be considered as a cause of action for filing the suit. learned senior counsel submitted that the decision of the lower appellate court is patently incorrect, and that it has ignored the well-settled legal principles. the lower appellate court has not considered the law declared by the honourable supreme court or by this court ..... they give the date of birth convenient to them, and such a thing would have happened in the plaintiff's case also. this finding of.the lower appellate court is patently incorrect since the father died only in 1980 and the mother died only in the year 1986. in the plaint also, there is no reference that he is the only .....

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Mar 31 2000 (HC)

Annathai Vs. Murugaiah

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-31-2000

Reported in : AIR2000Mad356; 2000(2)CTC698; I(2001)DMC104; (2000)IIMLJ294

..... .p-3 that led to the miscarriage of justice. on a careful analysis of the entire materials. i have no other option except to come to the conclusion that the patently erroneous finding of the lower appellate court is not sustainable.11. under these circumstances, both the substantial questions of law framed are answered in the affirmative and the judgment and ..... application of wrong tests or on the basis of conjectures and assumptions then a high court will be well within its rights in setting aside in a second appeal a patently erroneous finding in order to render justice to the party affected by the erroneous finding. in j.b. sharma v. state of m.p., : air1988sc703 , the hon'ble supreme court .....

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Feb 17 2000 (HC)

Commissioner of Wealth-tax Vs. A.M. Meyyammal

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-17-2000

Reported in : [2000]244ITR758(Mad)

..... in t. s. balaram, ito v. volkart brothers : [1971]82itr50(sc) , wherein the apex court held as under (headnote) :'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 be conceivably two opinions. a decision on a debatable ..... of the provisions of the relevant rules, the mistake would be apparent from the record, as the mistake committed by the assessing officer is an obvious one. it is a patent mistake and no long drawn process of reasoning is required to establish the mistake. equally, no debatable point of law is involved to find out the mistake.8. the tribunal .....

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Nov 21 2000 (HC)

Pandian Vs. A. Abitha Begam

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-21-2000

Reported in : (2001)1MLJ402

..... or tangible reasons prevail on such conclusions arrived at by them. both the fair and decretal orders passed by the rent controller and the appellate authority as well, suffer from patent errors of law and perversity in approach, besides being infirm and inconsistent legally and they cannot sustain in law. in these circumstances, the only conclusion that could be arrived at .....

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Nov 16 2000 (HC)

Commissioner of Income Tax Vs. Indian Overseas Bank Ltd.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-16-2000

Reported in : (2001)165CTR(Mad)465

..... not to make a trial. assessment, and thereafter make further assessments depending upon the revised views entertained by him with regard to the matters dealt with in the assessment. while patent errors are undoubtedly capable of being corrected. section 147(b) of the act is not intended to empower the income tax officer to go on revising his assessment as and .....

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Oct 24 2000 (HC)

D. Hari Krishnan Vs. M.G.R. Memorial Chritable Trust, M.G.R. Memorial ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-24-2000

Reported in : 2000(4)CTC479

..... immovable property, situated outside the jurisdiction of the original side of this court and the present suit is for land coming within the scope of clause 12 of the letters patent of this court and hence this court has no jurisdiction to entertain the suit. therefore, we do not find any reason to different with the conclusion arrived at by the ..... bench, in the above decision, held that the suit involves title to the property and the suit is for land coming within the scope of clause 12 of the letters patent and the suit properties beingsituated outside the jurisdiction of this court, the leave granted earlier was rightly revoked by the learned single judge.9. applying the ratio of the above ..... held that the suit involving determination of title and interest of land and for recovery of possession would be 'suit for land' as contemplated under clause 12 of the letters patent of this court.8. the learned counsel for the respondent further relied on the latest decision of this court in a. velliangiri (deceased) and 3, others v. m/s ram ..... , kancheepuram district, which is outside the jurisdiction of the original side of this court. the plaintiff did not obtain any leave from this court under clause 12 of the letters patent.5. the learned counsel for the appellant contended that the high court, on its original side, has jurisdiction whatever be the nature of the suit, in case the defendants reside .....

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Nov 15 2000 (HC)

Safia Banu Vs. Asamadhunnisabi

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-15-2000

Reported in : (2001)1MLJ172

..... nature of their import, mixed question of law and fact, was well within the powers of the letters patent bench to decide. the bench was not powerless in that regard.10. on the contrary, the learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondent would ..... subordinate court. in such appellate jurisdiction the high court exercises the powers of a court of error. so understood, the appellate power under the letters patent is quite distinct, in contrast to what is ordinarily understood in procedural language. that apart the construction of the two documents involved, in the very ..... learned counsel would also cite some inconsistencies or contradictions from the evidence of the plaintiff's witnesses. the learned counsel would also argue that in letters patent appeals, the facts and circumstances could very well be considered by this court as concluded in a case of the supreme court, viz., baddula lakshmaiah ..... large sum of rs. 31,000; (v) that the learned judge ought to have found the signature of the defendant in ex.a-1 is patently dissimilar with the other admitted signatures; (vi) that the learned judge has failed to take note of the improbability of the plaintiff returning ex.b- ..... concurrent findings of the trial court and the first appellate court as well, the defendant in the suit has come forward to prefer the above letters patent appeal on grounds, such as, (i) that the learned judge ought to have found that ex.a-1 suit agreement has not at all .....

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Jul 21 2000 (HC)

Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation Employees Welfare Union Vs. St ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-21-2000

Reported in : (2000)IIILLJ889Mad

..... . the object of the company as seen from the memorandum of articles of association are as follows:'(i) to buy or otherwise acquire all kinds and varieties of generic and patent medicines, drugs, mixtures, formulations, tablets, pills, powders, pharmaceutical and medical products, needles, syringes, injuctables, vaccines, sera, immunogens, phylacogens, chemicals and surgical dressings, kits and instruments and to sell or supply ..... company registered under the indian companies act on july 1, 1994. the main object of the corporation is to buy or otherwise acquire all kinds and varieties of generic and patent medicines, drugs, etc., and to sell or supply to various hospitals and other health centres; to purchase, distribute, assemble, instal, maintain all types of capital equipments and instruments required to .....

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Oct 11 2000 (HC)

M. Thanikachalam and Others Vs. Maduranthakam Agricultural Producers C ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-11-2000

Reported in : 2000(4)CTC556; (2001)ILLJ285Mad

..... in south arcot district central co-operative bank ltd., employees association, cuddalore v. deputy commissioner of labour, madras, 1999 (4) lln 1102, it has been held that,'if a patent violation of the mandatory provisions of the industrial disputes act, which will constitute unfair labour practice, and alteration of conditions of service without following the procedure laid down under section ..... such a situation, taking note of the fact that alteration of service conditions without following the procedure laid down under section 9a of the act, and considering that a patent violation of the mandatory provisions of the industrial disputes act would constitute unfair labour practice, it was held that the writ petition praying to rectify the mistake can be ..... central co-op. bank ltd., employers association v. deputy commissioner of labour, : 1998(3)ctc143 considering the decisions of the various high courts held that when there is patent violation of the mandatory provisions of the industrial disputes act constituting unfair labour practice, and when it is found that there is alteration of service conditions without following procedure laid ..... (4) lln 1102, a learned single judge of this court, referring to all the earlier decisions of this court, and supreme court, finding that if there is a patent violation of the mandatory provisions of the industrial disputes act, which will constitute unfair labour practice, the powers of the high court under article 226 can be exercised to rectify .....

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