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Oct 11 2005 (HC)

Essar Steel Ltd. and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi), Through Secretary ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : 2004(176)ELT64(Guj); (2006)1GLR436

..... order directing for continuance of the supply of gas subject to giving bank guarantee for arrears of transport charges amounting to rs. 120 crores. the petitioner has thereafter filed letters patent appeal no. 1225/2004 before this court which came to be dismissed. against the said decision the petitioner had approached hon'ble supreme court by way of filing civil appeal ..... of demanding the ex-hbj price/hbj transportation charge beyond the prescribed rate as stipulated in the pricing order issued by the government of india from time to time is patently irrational and unauthorized. he submitted that gail, as a marketing agent of the government, cannot recover the higher price than the price fixed by the pricing order either in the ..... justified. he submitted that the said contention of diversion of 0.35 mmscmd and ad hoc supplies to the petitioner company from and at the cost of hbj consumers is patently disbelievable and is even otherwise is false and contrary to the documents on record.4.22 mr. nanavati contended that gail has sought to approbate and reprobate before this court ..... the respondent nos. 3 to 5 of withholding and denying the benefit of 15% discount as available under the said price order as well as the contracts in question is patently illegal and arbitrary. the respondent no. 3 gail being a government of india undertaking is bound to honour the declarations of pricing policies as issued from time to time by .....

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Sep 03 2001 (HC)

Bharatkumar Gajanand Vyas Vs. Mahatma Gandhi Labour Institute

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2002)4GLR2958

..... concerned with the sufficiency of the satisfaction. we are not prima facie satisfied that at this juncture we could straightway characterize the impugned orders of suspension as suffering from any patent infirmity which should oblige this court to stay them. we are obliged to make all the above say only for the purpose of finding out as to whether the learned ..... its own satisfaction. there could be interference, if extraneous or irrelevant materials are taken note of; or there has been a total non-application of mind, or the action is patently perverse, unfair and unjust or is tainted with mala fides. this court is not supposed to examine the formation of the subjective opinion as if an appellate court. this court ..... convinced that at the interim stage, there is no justification for staying the impugned orders of suspension. accordingly, we allow these letters patent appeals, set aside the common order of the learned single judge, subject matter of these letters patent appeal and the interim reliefs asked for by the respondents pending the special civil applications preferred by them, shall stand negatived. ... ... ....'however .....

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Aug 09 2001 (HC)

Bhikhabhai Keshavlal Patel Vs. Election Officer, Dist. Central Co-op. ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2002)1GLR552

..... courts shall not interfere with the election process when the election process has commenced is to ensure that the election process goes on. when the returning officer himself commits a patent illegality and rejects the nomination paper of the petitioner contrary to the statutory provisions or in any view of the matter condition precedent for exercising the power is lacking then ..... and extraordinary circumstances justifying the interference of this court with the impugned decision of the returning officer.'2.20 being aggrieved and dissatisfied with the aforesaid judgment, a letters patent appeal no. 1031 of 1999 was filed before the division bench of this court (coram : c. k. thakker, actg. c.j. and k. m. mehta, j.), in december, 1999 and ..... courts shall not interfere with the election process when the election process has commenced is to ensure that the election process goes on. when the returning officer himself commits a patent illegality and rejects the resolution of the petitioner changing its delegate and this is done without any power or jurisdiction, this must be held to be one of the exceptional ..... making the nominations.'in paragraph no. 16 on page 15 the court further observed as follows :'para 16 ...... hence, the impugned decision of the returning officer mustbe held to be patently illegal and without jurisdiction. the illegality is so apparent on the face of the record that rejecting the petition at this stage and requiring the petitioner-society to file an .....

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Mar 16 1981 (HC)

Patel Prabhudas Madhavdas Vs. Bai Shivkore

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1982Guj9; (1982)1GLR333

..... -b) as all basic requirements have been fully established in the suo motu inquiry which the mamlatdar held pursuant to his notice dated 10-12 -1974. the tribunal was. therefore, patently in error when it refused to exercise its jurisdiction and failed to give relief to the petitioner under section 32(1-b) on the wrong assumption that. the petitioner's ..... the order 'of the mamlatdar. it can be said that the petitioner's father had voluntarily surrendered his tenancy rights in favour of the respondent. once that finding is found patently erroneous in law, it would be obvious that the provisions of section 32(1b) would squarely apply to the facts of the present case. as already stated above, the facts ..... possession of the tenant was taken by the landlady under t e surrender provisions of the tenancy act in the year 1969'mr. patel submitted that the aforesaid reasoning is patently erroneous in law. in that connection, mr. patel invited my attention to the order of the mamlatdar, visnagar dated 23-6-1969 being a. l. t. vashi/101 which was .....

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May 14 2004 (HC)

Tushar D. Bhatt Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2004)3GLR680

..... disciplinary authority in some cases while not doing so in other cases. in such cases, the right of the employee depends upon the choice of the higher/ appellate authority which patently results in discrimination between an employee and employee. surely, such a situation cannot savour of legality. hence we are of the view that the contention advanced on behalf of the ..... also it is our common experience that petitions of the single judge are placed before the division bench hearing petitions involving identical issue, causing loss of right of filing letter patent appeal to some of the litigants, much to their dislike; but such course is permissible and many a times it is resorted to by this court. similarly in criminal appeals ..... single judge of this court quashed the order of termination of the service of the petitioner. against the said decision of the learned single judge, g.e.b. preferred letters patent appeal before the division bench. the division bench confirmed the order of reinstatement in service, but modified the order with regard to payment of back wages and reduced it from .....

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May 04 1992 (HC)

State of Gujarat Vs. O.P. Goyal

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1992)2GLR1377

..... magistrate has not only treated these cases quite cursorily but the manner in which the same have been disposed of manifestly reflects upon his total unconcerned approach, attitude and patent lack of commitment to the cause and call of social justice. it is indeed difficult to understand as to how the learned magistrate afforded to remain oblivious of the ..... for the purpose of giving address.4. mr. d.k. trivedi, the learned p.p. while challenging the impugned judgments and orders of acquittal submitted that the same are patently illegal and perverse and have resulted into serious failure of justice, as the 'rojkam' proceedings available on the record do not justify reasons for acquittal given by the {earned magistrate ..... above are the matter for prime consideration in the judgment which follows hereinafter.2. in order to understand and appreciate the aforesaid introductory observations and further to evaluate the alleged patent illegalities committed by the learned magistrate in irresponsibility disposing of these cases, it is necessary first of all to refer to some of the relevant facts and circumstances of ..... no less authorities than the law enforcing agencies themselves, namely the executives and the judiciary? for example, in the instant cases, the learned magistrate himself, who because of his patent ignorance about the object of the act and lack of social orientation and commitment to the cause and call-for social justice, acquitted the accused without any effective trial!!1 .....

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Dec 27 2001 (HC)

Jagdishbhai Mafatlal Patel Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2002)4GLR3294

..... was granted earlier in both the petitions may be continued for a period of two weeks so as to enable the petitioners to approach the division bench by filing letters patent appeal as intra-court appeal is provided against the judgment of the single judge of this court. according to mr. nanavati, learned senior counsel, the interim relief was operating till ..... prejudice is going to be caused to either of the parties in view of the fact that there is winter vacation for one week and the petitioners cannot file letters patent appeal till reopening of the court. mr. b.s. patel, learned advocate submitted that the first meeting of the society in respect of special civil application no. 3821 of 2001 ..... by the supreme court as well as this court and hence the prayer to continue the interim relief to enable the petitioners to approach division bench by way of letters patent appeal cannot be entertained and accordingly the prayer for continuing the interim relief is rejected.

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Dec 09 1988 (HC)

Govindbhai J. Rokkadkar Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1989)1GLR345

..... all, wants to agitate, he can do so in a civil court by filing appropriate suit for damages. while disposing of the letters patent appeal no. 194 of 1988, this court also followed the order passed in special civil application nos. 2979 of 1980, 3008 of 1980 and 3365 of 1980, dated 1st ..... violation of such conditions, the contract was terminated. thus, the facts of the present case are purely in the realm of contractual obligation and this court, while dealing with letters patent appeal no. 194 of 1988, came to the conclusion that in respect of such authorisation, no writ will lie. this court has also stated that the appellant, if at ..... contractual obligations by virtue of such a statute. there is absolutely no conflict between this decision cited by mr. shah and the one rendered by this bench in letters patent appeal no. 194 of 1988 dated 26-7-1988.4. for all these reasons and following the reasoning in the order in letters ..... patent appeal no. 194 of 1988 on the legal aspect as well as on the facts and circumstances of this case, this letters patent appeal is dismissed.5. at this stage, mr. r.n. shah, the learned counsel appearing for the ..... p.r. gokulakrishnan, c.j.1. this letters patent appeal is against the order passed by the learned single judge in special civil application no. 2499 of 1988. the matter is in respect of authorisation given to .....

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Jul 09 1997 (HC)

Chandubhai Dahyabhai Rajput Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1998)1GLR542

..... , after relying on the decision of the supreme court in saraswati devi's case (supra) allowed the review application. respondent no. 6, unsuccessfully challenged the said decision in the letters patent appeal and the special leave petition with an obvious intention to while away time so that he can complete his term as president. when only few months of the term ..... in language employed in haryana rules and gujarat rules. in any case, as stated hereinabove, once the judgment given by this court in review application is confirmed in the letters patent appeal, which was carried by way of special leave petition in the supreme court and the same was withdrawn, it is now not open to respondent no. 6 to reagitate ..... the matter to the supreme court challenging the judgment delivered in the letters patent appeal by way of special leave petition (civil) no. 9061 of 1997. on 1-5-1997, the supreme court permitted withdrawal of the said s.l.p. by passing the ..... aside and the office was directed to place the matter before the appropriate court for admission and hearing. against the said order, respondent no. 6 preferred an appeal being letters patent appeal no. 348 of 1997. a division bench (coram: c.k. thakker and h.l. gokhale, jj.) on 3-4-1997 dismissed the appeal. the said respondent no. 6 carried .....

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Dec 17 1993 (HC)

State of Gujarat Vs. Kantilal Ambalal Patel

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1994)1GLR571

..... guilty as well as passing of the order of sentence, the patent illegality as the one which has taken place in the instant case which usually creeps in, in all such matters, the same could be safely avoided! thus, a little exercise ..... is so induced to plead guilty by way of 'plea-bargaining' that he pleads guilty in order to get away with the lighter sentence. bearing in mind this sort of patent and obvious accused psychology and the resultant modus-operandi, if the learned p.p. is given the much needed opportunity of hearing him before accepting the so-called plea of ..... and sentencing process in the important matters of such a nature which have been raised by way of three questions at the top of this judgment. accordingly, apart from the patent illegal 'plea-bargaining' in the present case, in the first place, it appears that the trial court has committed one more illegality in disposing of this case on the very ..... the matter, not only the impugned order of sentence is unduly lenient and grossly inadequate but the same being contrary to the statutory minimum prescribed under the act is also patently illegal. as a matter of fact, having regard to the facts and circumstances of the case, it appears that this is more or less a case of 'plea-bargaining' and .....

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