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Apr 17 2002 (HC)

D.B. Jadeja and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2002)4GLR3705

..... identical petition being special civil application no. 7130 of 1999. however, this petition has been summarily rejected, against which, said six petitioners had preferred letters patent appeal being l.p.a. no. 1324 of 1999 and said l.p.a. is also finally decided by this court [coram : mr. m. ..... made in the rejoinder filed by the petitioners. therefore, in pursuance of the directions issued by the division bench of this court in letters patent appeal no. 222 of 2001 and accordingly five posts of class iv employees are kept vacant with the state government. in light of these facts ..... agents to keep five posts of class iv employees vacant for the appellants, in the event of their success in this case. thereafter, this letters patent appeal has been finally heard and disposed of by the division bench of this court on date 26m june, 2001, whereby the division bench has ..... said ad-interim relief pending the present petition and vacated the ad-interim relief granted earlier. against the order vacating the ad-interim relief, letters patent appeal no. 222 of 2001 filed on 23rd march, 2001, wherein the l.p.a. bench has passed the order on 3rd april, 2001 ..... was decided and interim relief granted in the said application earlier came to be vacated, and therefore, being aggrieved thereof, the petitioners immediately preferred letters patent appeal no. 222 of 2001. thereafter, the respondent no. 2 has issued order of termination on 23rd march, 2001 and sending therewith retrenchment compensation .....

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Oct 30 2007 (HC)

Chanasma-patan Taluka Gram Vikas Higher Education Trust Vs. Hemchandra ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : 2008GLH(1)15; (2008)1GLR429

..... anjuman education trust v. state of gujarat, the following order came to be made:3. it is also necessary to record that in a second set of proceedings being letters patent appeal no. 1279 of 2006 in the case of shivshakti education charitable trust v. state of gujarat the same division bench vide order dated 10.10.2006 came to the ..... on order dated 21.09.2007 made by division bench in letters patent appeal no. 1870 of 2007 in case of navjiban educational charitable trust - dhanera v. the state of gujarat and ors. it was submitted that in light of the aforesaid decisions ..... decision in case of state of maharashtra v. sant dnyaneshwar shikshan shastra mahavidyalaya and ors. : (2006)9scc1 as well as order made by division bench of this court in letters patent appeal no. 1077 of 2006 on 12.09.2006 in case of gujarat university v. vadodara jilla sarvodaya seva mandal sanchalit late monghiba and ors. reliance has also been placed .....

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Sep 05 1994 (HC)

The State of Gujarat Vs. Balubhai Madhabhai Zala

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : 1995CriLJ2588

..... delay, if there is a reasonable explanation available on record, and (vi) if further his evidence does not suffers from any of the patent vices pointed out hereinabove going to the root of the case, then the evidence of such witness can certainly be accepted even though other witnesses ..... witness found to be in any way interested or motivated [of course after close scrutiny such evidence also can be accepted], suffers from any patent vices such as material contradiction or inconsistency or improbability going to the roots of the case, then in that case, evidence of such witness ..... not support the prosecution, ignoring altogether other dependable piece of evidence available on the record, to that extent, appreciation of the evidence becoming patently defective was likely to result into miscarriage of justice. the vortex of embarrassing situation in which bai shardaben and vinuben were unfortunately caught and ..... acquittal when closely scrutinised has any substance worth the name to sustain the impugned order of acquittal. rather to put it positively, they are 'patently perverse' as could be seen from the re-appreciation of evidence that follows.6.1. to start with the aforesaid first reason of acquittal, ..... acquittal given by the trial court, it may be stated at the very outset that order of acquittal is on face of it is patently perverse' deserving quashing and setting aside the same, further warranting immediate order of conviction and sentence under section 302 of the indian penal code .....

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Jun 26 1984 (HC)

Kaviraj Ramlal Chaturbhuj Vs. Prant Officer, Dahod Prant and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1984)2GLR1477

..... tribunal rejecting the petitioners' appeal for compensation for trees situated in the forest lands acquired under the acquisition act will have to be quashed and set aside as suffering from patent errors of law and jurisdiction. rule issued in the petition is accordingly required to be made absolute. the decision of the tribunal at annexure 'b' is quashed and set aside ..... any compensation for acquisition of trees standing on s. nos. 40 and 146 under the provisions of the acquisition act. he submitted that the aforesaid view was not only patently erroneous in law but was also contrary to the evidence on record which clearly shows that the lands in question were surveyed and settled prior to the appointed day viz ..... ia challenge by the petitioners in the present proceedings as noted earlier.3. mr. j. d. patel, learned advocate for the petitioners vehemently contended that the tribunal had committed a patent error of law in taking the view that in light of the decision of the supreme court in waghach's case (supra) the petitioners were not entitled to be paid .....

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Sep 19 2003 (HC)

State of Gujarat Vs. Shree SachIn Udhyognagar Sahkari Mandali Ltd.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2004)1GLR381

..... .9. as far as the merits of the matters are concerned, mr. oza has submitted that the impugned judgment and order passed by the tribunal is contrary to law and patently illegal and null and void as the tribunal has not taken into consideration the premium payable by the seller / transferor to the state govt. as section 43 of the tenancy ..... public interest suffers and large number of cases are going to be affected to the utter prejudice of the public interest, the delay of 54 days in filing these letters patent appeals can not come in the way of a party desirous of obtaining the decision on merits.' the delay was therefore condoned in the said matters.18. mr. oza has .....

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Sep 21 2001 (HC)

Narmada Aluminium Extusion Ltd. (Old) Vs. Taj Basheer Ahmed

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2002)4GLR3588

..... the order dated 29.6.1995 passed by the division bench in civil application no. 931 of 1995 is only an interim order and the letters patent appeal is yet pending and, therefore, this interim order passed by the division bench also cannot be treated as an authority on the scope of section ..... be, the appellate authority. '8. he has also relied upon the decision of the division bench of this court dated 30th december, 1999 in letters patent appeal no. 1603 of 1999 in special civil application no. 8351 of 1999 and has submitted that in the order passed by the division bench of ..... wages were passed by the tribunal in favour of the workman and the same were confirmed by the learned single judge of this court and letters patent appeal preferred against the order of the learned single judge of this court was dismissed for non removal of the office objections. it is also ..... application no. 1354 of 1995 as well as the main special civil application and thereby dismissed the main matter against which , the present applicant filed letters patent appeal no. 724 of 1996 which has been dismissed in default for non removal of the office objection as per the statement made by mr. p ..... .f. makwana, learned advocate for the applicant and, thereafter, misc. civil application for restoration of the said letters patent application was moved being misc. civil application no. 2789 of 1998 in letters patent appeal no. 724 of 1996 which is pending according to the statement made by mr. makwana. thus, from the .....

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Mar 26 1968 (HC)

Patel Ratnabhai Ukabhai Vs. Rupjibhai Fuljibhai Valvi and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1968)9GLR847

..... civil judge in the present case had no jurisdiction to entertain the application for challenging the validity of co-optation of the petitioner and since the absence of jurisdiction is patent, a writ of prohibition must go against the learned civil judge. we accordingly allow the petition and make the rule absolute by issuing a writ of prohibition restraining the learned ..... this court. there is, therefore, no irresistible reason why we should withhold a writ of prohibition in the present case if the petitioner is able to show that there was patent lack of jurisdiction in the learned civil judge to entertain the application challenging the co-optation of the petitioner as a member of the nizar taluka panchayat.2.1 turning ..... almost as a matter of course unless any irresistible case for withholding it is made out. if, therefore, there is patent lack of jurisdiction in the learned civil judge to entertain the application challenging the validity of co-optation of the petitioner, which would be so if the contention of the ..... . desai c.j. and myself in chamanlal a. patel v. the state of gujarat i.g.l.r. 260 and we pointed out in that case that where there is patent lack of jurisdiction and the court is immediately satisfied that the inferior court or authority has exceeded its jurisdiction, the court will very readily interpose and the writ would go .....

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Aug 25 1980 (HC)

Sharad Bansilal Vakil Vs. Sankalchand Himatlal Sheth and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1981)22GLR1019

..... justice or by the high court, is, therefore, consistently regarded by the statutes as a function in the administration of justice (see in this connection clause 8 of the letters patent for the high court's of calcutta, bombay and madras, section 9 of the high courts act, 1861, section 106 of the government of india act, 1915 and sections 223 ..... court has also been invested with legislative power under section 122 of the code of civil procedure 1908, section 23 of the contempt courts act, 1971, section 158 of the patents act, 1970 and other laws.13. the constitution also vests in the high court's administrative power besides the judicial and legislative powers. under article 237(2), the high court ..... of any law made by the appropriate legislature. it might be recalled that the legislative power of the high court has its genesis in the relevant clauses of the letters patent and section 13 of the high courts act, 1861 and that a similar provision was to be found in sections 106 and 108 of the government of india act, 1915 ..... of any law made by the appropriate legislature. the judicial power of the existing high courts at the commencement of the constitution conferred by the material clauses of the letters patent as well as by the then extent laws made by the appropriate legislature is thus saved by article 225 read with section 223 of the government of india act, 1935 .....

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Nov 05 2004 (HC)

Vinodkumar Rajabhai Rathod Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2005)2GLR1274

..... receipt of the final list of candidates recommended by the gpsc. all these directions were confirmed by the division bench in the judgment dated 11.12.2002 in the letters patent appeals with scathing criticism of the tortious inaction on the part of the state government and gpsc. the state government did not, however, pay heed to the above directions and ..... learned single judge was carried in appeals and by judgment dated 11.12.2002 (reported in 2003(2) glr 1343) the letters patent bench dismissed the appeals and confirmed the directions given by the learned single judge. the letters patent bench also took serious note of the inaction on the part of the state government as well as the gpsc of a .....

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Nov 05 2004 (HC)

Bhanuben L. Chovatiya Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : 2005(2)ESC1411; [2005(106)FLR770]

..... receipt of the final list of candidates recommended by the gpsc. all these directions were confirmed by the division bench in the judgment dated 11.12.2002 in the letters patent appeals with scathing criticism of the tortious inaction on the part of the state government and gpsc. the state government did not, however, pay heed to the above directions and ..... learned single judge was carried in appeals and by judgment dated 11.12.2002 (reported in 2003(2) glr 1343) the letters patent bench dismissed the appeals and confirmed the directions given by the learned single judge. the letters patent bench also took serious note of the inaction on the part of the state government as well as the gpsc of a .....

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