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Jul 21 1970 (HC)

Dahyabhai Somabhai and anr. Vs. Ramaji Kesraji and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1971Guj232; (1971)GLR809

..... right but under certain circumstances, it is a matter of discretion of the court. mr. patel very strenuously urged that if the impugned order is passed by a tribunal with patent lack of jurisdiction the order is a nullity or non est and this court must quash the same. it was urged that such an extraordinary jurisdiction is conferred on the ..... tenancy act has exclusive jurisdiction, obviously the order and finding of the mamlatdar who is presiding over the mamlatdar's court will be without jurisdiction and as there would be patent or complete lack of jurisdiction, the order would be a nullity. so far, mr. patel is right in his submission and for the reasons to be presently mentioned if the ..... suit under section 5 of the mamlatdar's courts act proceeded to inquire into the question of tenancy the decision of the mamlatdar is without jurisdiction and there is such patent lack of jurisdiction that the decision is wholly invalid and is a nullity.3. the scheme of the mamlatdar's courts act shows that the state government shall set up .....

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Feb 21 2003 (HC)

Mafatbhai P. Bhoi (Since Decd.) Through His Heirs and ors. Vs. Patel P ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2003)3GLR2012

..... or not based on any material whatsoever resulting in manifest injustice, interference under the article is not called for.it is clear that error must be that of law and patently on record committed by the inferior tribunal so as to warrant intervention, it ought not to act as a court of appeal.'17. taking overall view of the matter, and .....

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Nov 26 1984 (HC)

Gujchem Distillers India Ltd. Vs. Regional Provident Fund Commissioner

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1985)2GLR45; (1986)ILLJ19Guj

..... the earlier unit so much so that with the collapse or closing of the earlier one, the latter unit was bound to go into liquidation. these are the cases of patent inter-dependability, which is nonexistent in the case on hand. even if the billimora unit, say, goes dry, the ankleshwar unit can exist because it has to depend on the .....

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Feb 13 1968 (HC)

Ambalal Ranchhoddas (Deed. by His Heirs) and anr. Vs. Shamjibhai Ladha ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1969)10GLR197

..... his brother chandulal was obviously within time. on clear misconception of law, revenue tribunal has held that these applications were time barred. the order being patently erroneous on this question of limitation must be set aside and this petition must be allowed. it is, therefore not necessary to go with the ..... declaration or a decision could be deemed to accrue to ambalal. therefore, even in respect of ambalal, the order of the revenue tribunal is patently erroneous and it must be quashed it is true that mr. amin also wanted the exclusion of time for the proceedings in the mamlatdar's ..... with due diligence before another court, which was not competent to entertain the same. the revenue tribunal's view in this respect is, therefore, patently erroneous and is plainly inconsistent with section 14(2) of the indian limitation act and it must be set aside. if the period is excluded ..... be no criterion for holding that any such cause for such compulsory declaration bad accrued to chandulal. therefore, the order of the revenue tribunal is patently erroneous in so far as chandulal's application is concerned and it must be quashed.6. even as regards ambalal, it is apparent that in ..... the revenue tribunal has held that the knowledge of ambalal could be fastened also to his brother chandulal. this view of the revenue tribunal is patently erroneous. the tenant had never asserted hostile title against chandulal and merely because the power of attorney holder might have known that the tenant was .....

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Dec 12 1972 (HC)

Saurashtra Mazoor Mahajan Sangh Vs. D.M. Vin

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1974)15GLR32

..... the panchayat and we express no opinion in this connection.18. while parting we are constrained to observe that such a responsible public body has been passing such mala fide, patently illegal and arbitrary orders in spite of the fact that the industrial adjudication machinery has in terms held that the proper legal procedure has not been followed for affecting this ..... therein were not transferable at all.(5) that the labour court erroneously assumed that the binding decision in nagpur corporation case, : (1960)illj523sc was overruled and, there fore, it had patently erred in net giving effect to this settled law of the land.4. on the first question the legal position is now well settled as to the true scope and ..... department was the water-tight department, the sarpanch tried to support the order of the labour court.3. mr. majmudar rightly challenges the award of the labour court as perverse, patently erroneous and on a complete misconception of law at least on five grounds:(1) that even though this attempted rationalisation was held to have been introduced on november 1,1967 .....

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Nov 21 1977 (HC)

The Boarad of Trustees of the Port of Kandla Vs. M. Ramabrahman and or ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1978)19GLR758

..... , the arbitrators did commit an obvious error of law apparent on the face of the record. the consideration which weighed with the arbitrators in computing the amount of compensation is patently and manifestly unjust and alien to the terms of the contract, and that being so, the arbitrators committed an error of law apparent on the fact of the record.23 ..... stated as follows:if the award directs a party to do an act which is prohibited by law or if it ii otherwise patently illegal and void, we think it would be open to the court to consider this patent defect in the award suo motu' and when the court acts 'suo motu' no question of limitation prescribed by article 158 can .....

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Oct 17 1978 (HC)

JamludIn G. Painter Vs. Municipal Corporation of the City of Ahmedabad

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1979)1GLR567

..... the trial court as well as in the high court before the learned single judge. therefore, there is nothing by way of relief which he can claim in a letters patent appeal on the ground that it is denied to him. therefore, though what the respondent has filed is styled by him as 'cross-objections', in reality he has filed a ..... letters patent appeal. this statement has been styled by the plaintiff-respondent as 'cross-objections.' in my opinion, they are not cross-objections properly so-called. cross-objections are filed or are ..... class. even though this finding was recorded by the high court, the decree in its entirety passed in favour of the plaintiff-respondent was confirmed on merits. in the letters patent appeal which the defendant-corporation (appellant) has filed the plaintiff respondent wants to challenge this finding. he has filed a statement stating the finding which he is challenging in the ..... august 1977 the appeal was dismissed by the learned single judge. the appellate decree passed by the learned single judge is challenged by the corporation in a letters patent appeal. in this letters patent appeal, the plaintiff has filed the 'cross-objections.'2. a question arose whether the court-fee was payable on the 'cross-objections' filed by the plaintiff. the taxing .....

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Jan 25 1991 (HC)

The Sabarkantha Jilla Ru Utpadakoni Cooperative Spinning Mills Ltd. Vs ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1992Guj89; (1991)2GLR852

..... was challenged by the company by filing a petition in the high court of gujarat under article 226 of the constitution of india, which came to be, allowed. a letters patent appeal against that decision was also dismissed and the corporation approached the supreme court. dismissing the appeal filed by the corporation and confirming the view taken by this court, the .....

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Feb 06 1975 (HC)

Deepak Printery Vs. the Forward Stationary Mart and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1976)17GLR338

..... of the copyright act is to protect authors and artists from being exploited. so far as the commercial and industrial designs and rights are concerned, the legislature has enacted the patents act and the designs act. turning now to the copyright act, it is necessary to realise that 'ideas', can never be the subject matter of copyright. copyright can subsist in ..... repro duction of ideas and it does not give a monopoly to any particular form of words or design. it is thus to be distinguished from the rights conferred by patent trade mark and design legislation, which give to the registered proprietor an exclusive right to the registered material, even as against a person who has reproduced such material innocently and ..... the subject-matter of a design under the designs act. sub-section (2) of section 15 provides that in a design which is capable of being registered under the indian patents and designs act, 1911, no copyright can be claimed. this is the view which the learned trial judge has taken and in my opinion rightly. sofar as take design is .....

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Mar 25 1975 (HC)

The New Swadeshi Mills of Ahmedabad Ltd. Vs. S. Sen, Successor-in-offi ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1976)17GLR382

..... .c. gajapati narayan deo and ors. v. state of orissa : [1954]1scr1 , wherein it is explained that the transgression upon the legislative power of one legislature by another may be patent, manifest or direct, but it may also be disguised, covert and indirect, and it is to this latter class of cases that the expression colourable legislation has been applied in .....

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