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Dec 24 1986 (TRI)

Collector of Customs Vs. Maruti Udyog Limited

Court : Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal CESTAT Delhi

Decided on : Dec-24-1986

Reported in : (1987)(11)LC769Tri(Delhi)

..... with import of components, assemblies and vehicles from japan. one can understand the logic behind payment of royalty. when suzuki transferred the technical knowhow and permitted maruti to use its patents and designs, suzuki had naturally expected to be compensated for it. when the indigenisation programme of maruti progressed, import of components from suzuki would gradually go on decreasing. that would ..... , we find substance in the argument of maruti that payment of royalty/fee under the licence agreement was relatable directly to indigenous manufacture of components and vehicles to suzuki's patents, designs and specifications. similarly, use of the trade mark "maruti-suzuki" was also for marketing of the indigenously manufactured goods in india. neither the royalty nor the trade mark "maruti ..... on the board of directors of maruti. (2) licence agreement :- under this agreement, maruti acquired the right and technical knowhow to manufacture cars and their components in india to the patents, designs and specifications of suzuki on payment of lumpsum royalty of $ 24/- lakhs plus 3% running royalty. (3) purchase and supply agreement :- this agreement related to import of skd/ckd .....

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May 14 1986 (HC)

V.G. Patwardhan Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-14-1986

Reported in : 1986(11)DRJ190

d.k. kanpur, c.j. (1) this letters patent appeal is directed against the judgment in civil writ no. 1372 of 1984, decided on 19th february, 1985, whereby the appellant's writ petition under article 226 of the constitution .....

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Aug 19 1986 (HC)

Ram Sarup Vs. Devi Dayal Bhatia and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-19-1986

Reported in : 1986(3)Crimes328; 30(1986)DLT414

..... against the accused or the complaint does not disclose the essential ingredients of an offence which is alleged against the accused; (2)where the allegations made in the complaint are patently absurd and inherently improbable so that no prudent person can ever reach a conclusion that there is sufficient ground for proceedings against the accused ; (3)where the discretion exercised by ..... or the complaint does not disclose the essential ingredients of the offences which are alleged against them nor can it be said that the allegations made in the complaint are patently absurd and inherently improbable. it also cannot be said that the discretion exercised by the magistrate in issuing process was capricious or arbitrary having been based either on no evidence .....

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Mar 20 1986 (HC)

S.V. Motwani Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-20-1986

Reported in : ILR1986Delhi108; 1988LabIC126

..... life in vrindaban. two more years went by, during which he showed no intention whatsoever to question his reversion or even his compulsory retirement. (32) the judgment in the letters patent appeal filed by mr. c. p. govil was delivered on 17th february 1965. mr. motwani took yet another year and a half to file his petition in july 1966. for ..... respect of the charges against all these various officers was recorded. he submitted one consolidated report. (28) as i have mentioned already, mr. govil was ultimately successful in a letters patent appeal, decided by the circuit bench of the punjab high court at delhi, in having his dismissal quashed on the ground that the inquiry officer had misconducted the proceedings by ..... 1963, the judge held that the compulsory retirement of mr. motwani was valid. (19) against that judgment, mr. motwani has filed this present appeal under clause 10 of the letters patent. the points taken in the appeal are the same as those which were canvassed before the single judge. (20) whilst this appeal was pending, mr. motwani died on 7th august ..... circuit bench of the punjab high court at delhi. this petition was dismissed by a single judge on 25th march 1964. mr. govil appealed against that judgment under the letters patent. his appeal was allowed on the ground that the inquiry officer had misconducted the proceedings by violating the rules of natural justice, and his dismissal was quashed. the judgment in .....

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May 14 1986 (HC)

T. Varalakshmi Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-14-1986

Reported in : 30(1986)DLT222

..... for the ph.d. course. it also appears that the petitioner was treated as having patted the m.sc. also. but, this was subject to the decision in the letters patent appeal. (5) we feel that we should not repeat the course adopted earlier of allowing the petitioner to get advantage of the m.sc. degree or any other degree without .....

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Dec 03 1986 (HC)

Subodh Kumar and ors. Vs. Satya Swarup Singh Bhatti and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-03-1986

Reported in : 32(1987)DLT212

y.k. sabharwal, j. (1) in this letters patent appeal, the challenge is to the correctness of the judgment of the learned single judge of this court, who had dismissed the appellant's execution first appeal and had upheld .....

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Apr 11 1986 (TRI)

income-tax Officer Vs. J.K. Synthetics Ltd.

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Delhi

Decided on : Apr-11-1986

Reported in : (1986)18ITD490(Delhi)

..... intention of the parties. this agreement provided that there was another company called montefibre, which has a successor to chatillon, another company, became the owner of know-how and patent rights for the design, erection, operation and production of acrylic fibre. the tecnimont had only the experience and capability for providing basic design and technical services in the matter ..... design, erection and operation of the plant for manufacturing acrylic fibre. 4. technimont agreed to grant the know-how and patent rights and to offer these services to j.k. synthetics. 5. the consideration for the use of know-how, basic design engineering and technical assistance was fixed at 623 ..... owing the know-how and patent rights had transferred the right to licence to another concern known as tecnimont. 3. tecnimont had the experience and capability for providing basic design and technical services for the ..... took a different view. the commissioner (appeals) analysed the agreement and found certain salient factors having bearing on the subject of allowability. he found : 1. know-how and patent rights for producing acrylic fibre from acrylonitrile monomer were owned by a concern known as montefibre of italy, which were successors to another concern known as chatillon. 2. montefibre while .....

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Feb 27 1986 (HC)

income-tax Officer Vs. Continental Construction Co. Ltd.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-27-1986

Reported in : [1986]15ITD753(Delhi)

..... not.42. as against this section 80-0 provides for deduction in respect of roulettes, commissions fees and any similar payments received from certain enterprises for either use of any patent, invention secret formula etc. or for rendering technical services outside india. the deduction which was available in the year under consideration was whole of the income as against only ..... section 80-o were not at all applicable to the assessed. apart from this, the assessed has not claimed in applications that it was receiving any fees for use of patent, invention, model, design, secret formula or process or information concerning industrial, commercial or scientific knowledge. in all the applications, the assessed has made it clear that the consideration for ..... other and in no case before assessment year 1983-84. in case an assessed can establish that the project executed by an assessed involves the use outside india of any patent, invention, model design, engineering or constructional services, the assessed would be entitled to the concession referred to in section 80-o of the income-tax act.'28. he ..... of the income-tax act which mentions about deductions in respect of royalty, commission, fees or any similar payment received by the assessed for the use outside india of any patent, invention, model design, secret formula or process or similar property right or information concerning industrial, commercial or scientific knowledge, experience or skill. section 80hhb extends the concession to a .....

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Feb 03 1986 (HC)

Parvati and ors. Vs. Anand Parkash Alias Nand Lal

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-03-1986

Reported in : AIR1987Delhi90; 1986(10)DRJ350

..... 2-c volume v of punjab and haryana high court rules and orders which requires the enclosing of three copies of documents mentioned in the rule along with the letters patent appeal was directory in nature, their lordships held that : 'where copies of all the three documents prescribed, have been furnished but not three copies of each, the commission or default ..... framed by this court in exercise of its rule making power available to it under sections 122 & 129 of the code of civil procedure or clause 27 of the letters patent. so, the said rules have the force of law. thereforee, non-compliance with any rule framed by this court prescribing a condition precedent or a necessary condition to the filing ..... there. (7) rules and orders of the punjab high court relating to proceedings in the high court which were made under the authority of the constitution of india, the letters patent and the acts of parliament (as printed on the very first page of volume v, rules & orders of the punjab high court) have been adopted by the high court of .....

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Dec 18 1986 (TRI)

Ashwani Kumar Vs. Inspecting Assistant

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Delhi

Decided on : Dec-18-1986

Reported in : (1987)20ITD643(Delhi)

..... , was sufficient. mere omission to explain why the valuer's report was not being accepted would not invalidate the initiation of proceedings particularly when the valuation officer's report was patently incomplete and ignored a huge sum of rs. 10 lakhs.for the reasons discussed above, we find the contentions raised on behalf of the appellants challenging the initiation of proceedings ..... was sold without the approval of the lessor. ignoring the payment of unearned increase altogether and for all purposes will, in our view, be not possible and would result in patent injustice which cannot be assumed to have been intended.16. the next contention made by the learned counsel for the appellants was that the fair market value of the property .....

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