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Jan 11 2005 (HC)

Abdul Karim Haji Zaveri Vs. District Magistrate (Receiver of Wreck)

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : 2005CriLJ1651

..... learned single judge that, that application was permitted to be withdrawn so as to enable the appellant to initiate the contempt proceedings before the division bench which had decided letters patent appeal no. 386 of 2003. however, the appellant has not produced a copy of the said order in mca no. 1190 of 2003 and the learned single judge has in ..... above petition came to be dismissed by the learned single judge on the ground that the petition suffered from gross delay of ten years. the division bench also dismissed letters patent appeal no. 386 of 2003 on the same ground and also gave certain additional reasons including involvement of highly disputed questions of fact in a petition under article 226 of ..... special civil application no. 11207 of 2002. the appeal purports to be under section 341 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 and also under clause 15 of the letters patent.2. a dispute had arisen between the appellant and the respondent regarding the ownership of the wreckage of ship which was wrecked off porbandar coast in indian territorial waters in ..... from the non-maintainability of the present appeal under section 341 of cr pc, 1973, the appeal is also not maintainable under clause 15 of the letters patent as clause 15 of the letters patent clearly bars an appeal against an order by one judge of the high court made in exercise of the criminal jurisdiction.14. the appeal is, accordingly, dismissed .....

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Apr 07 2003 (HC)

Rajput Kanaiyalal Babulal Vs. Chairman/ioc

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2003)4GLR408

..... the court cannot go into such disputed questions while exercising writ jurisdiction under article 226/227 of the constitution of india or appellate jurisdiction under clause 15 of the letters patent. the authorities relied upon by mr. pande would also not render any assistance to the appellant as in samsher singh's case (supra), the hon'ble supreme court has ..... there was no question of giving any opportunity which has been so contended by the appellant before the learned single judge as well as before this court in this letters patent appeal. he has further submitted that the appellant has suppressed the material fact from the court and there was a big racket and investigations are going on to find out ..... . the order of termination was therefore held to be illegal and valid. it is this order of the learned single judge, which is under challenge before us in this letters patent appeal.4. heard mr. kb pande, learned advocate appearing for the appellant and mr. manish r. bhatt, learned advocate appearing for respondent no.1 and learned agp, ms. manisha ..... k.a. puj, j. 1. this letters patent appeal is filed against the order and judgment of the learned single judge passed in special civil application no. 2051 of 1992 on 2nd november 1993 whereby the petition ..... rightly considered all the aspects of the matter and come to the correct conclusion by dismissing the petition and upholding the order of termination. we, therefore, dismiss this letters patent appeal. no order as to costs. .....

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Nov 20 2000 (HC)

B.P. Joshi Asstt. Admn. Officer Vs. United India Insurance Co. Ltd.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2000)GLR334

..... opinion that in such a fact-situation, we have to raise our hands and affirm and confirm the impugned judgment holding that the appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent, at the instance of the appellant-original petitioner, is totally devoid of any force of facts and law and deserves the only and only fate of dismissal at the inception ..... are satisfied that the imposition of penalty of removal from the service is justified in the facts and circumstances of the appeal, invoking aides of clause 15 of the letters patent, challenging the order of the learned single judge and also, the two authorities under the departmental channel, by way of domestic tribunal, has remained totally unquestionable and we are of ..... conclusion, after following the contentions reached by the learned single judge, are in any way, vulnerable and warranting our interference in exercise of powers under clause 15 of the letters patent. no doubt, ordinarily, when the appellate court broadly agrees with the views and ultimate conclusion reached by the court or authority below, it would not be necessary to articulate and ..... j.n. bhatt, j.1. by this appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent, the appellant mr b p joshi, an administrative officer working with the respondent-insurance company of the united india insurance company ltd., at the relevant time, has questioned the legality .....

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Jul 05 2005 (HC)

Mohanbhai Ramjibhai Keratra Vs. Surendranagar District Panchayat

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : [2005(107)FLR792]; (2005)2GLR1789

..... , submitted that if the learned single judge has interfered in the matter, then, the court should not interfere in the appeal.5. from the annexure-a appended to the letters patent appeal, a document, which is said to have been issued by the executive engineer, panchayat department, surendranagar, it would clearly appear that the petitioner - mohan ramjibhai and one rupaben melabhai ..... . the same came to be allowed by the learned single judge on 18th august, 1999, therefore, the aggrieved labour/workman is before this court under clause-15 of the letters patent.3. learned counsel for the appellant vehemently submitted that the learned single judge committed factual, so also legal, error in not appreciating the provisions of section--25(g) of the ..... came to this court in special civil application no. 6436 of 1996, which was dismissed on 30th july, 1997. being aggrieved by the said judgment, the present appellant preferred letters patent appeal no. 1419 of 1997. the division bench of this court, in its judgement, observed that there were no violations of the provisions of section-25(f) of the act .....

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Aug 10 1967 (HC)

Maganlal Jagjiwandas Vs. Lakhiram Haridasmal and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1968Guj193; (1968)GLR161

..... the bombay rents, hotel and lodging house rates control act applied as between the auction-purchaser and the lessee of the mortgagor. against this judgment and order, the present letters patent appeal has been preferred by the auction-purchaser. (2) it would be here necessary to set out the provisions of section 65a of the transfer of property act, which are ..... of 1961 and restore the order of the joint civil judge, senior division, baroda passed by him in miscellaneous application no. 344 of 1959 on 27th july 1961. this letters patent appeal is therefore, allowed with costs of this appeal as well as the costs of first appeal no. 284 of 1961 both of which shall be paid by respondent no .....

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Oct 21 1974 (HC)

Babubhai Karirnbhai Jasani and anr. Vs. Vora Daudji Amji and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1976Guj111; (1975)1GLR877

..... sale proceedings. he, therefore, confirmed the order passed by the learned district judge, with the result that the decree-holder as well as the auction-purchaser have preferred these letters patent appeals. it should be noted here that the learned single judge has, in taking the above stated view, relied upon the decision given by mudholkar j. in dada narayan thakre .....

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Nov 07 1987 (HC)

U.K. Acharya and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1989Guj81; (1988)1GLR209

..... being placed in priority category and for being taken out of the residuary category of persons. special treatment given to them by bringing them in priority category (iii), therefore, is patently ,arbitrary, irrational and has no nexus to the, object sought to be achieved by the impugned resolution. the contention canvassed by the learned advocates for the petitioners, in this ..... by resolution dated 10-3-1980. the learned counsel for the petitioners vehemently contended that in any case, fixation of income eligibility criterion in the said resolution is whimsical and patently arbitrary and irrational. when we turn to the resolution, we find in para (1) thereof that subject to the eligibility for allotment as provided in paragraph (2) below, ..... to gandhinagar as a result of shifting of capital from ahmedabad to gandhinagar were given preferential right to purchase these tenements as compared to persons listed in succeeding categories, is patently bad and has no nexus to the object sought to be achieved by the scheme of hire purchase underlying the impugned resolution and, therefore, this category of -employees should ..... d. kayak, under secretary, urban development and urban housing department, state of gujarat. it has been pointed out therein that during the course of the hearing of the letters patent appeal, a compromise formula was evolved. the government worked out high principles for allotment of these tenements on hire purchase basis which were communicated to the court.[x] [ para .....

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Mar 17 1997 (HC)

K.V. Joseph Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : 1997CriLJ2896; (1997)2GLR38

..... least is quite despicable, accordingly, deserves to be struck down immediately.14. sanction-. delay in granting -withdrawal. etc.thereafter, mr. panchal has raised following contentions exposing the patent irregularities, illegalitie. committed in the first instance by the sanctioning authority, and thereafter, the home department questioning the very existence of the 'rule of law', by ordering withdrawal ..... mr. joseph this speedying up granting of sanctions would not have been possible. this circumstance standing by itself more than justifies mr. joseph in yentilating grivance against the patent inaction on the part of certain competent authorities (incompetent!!) sitting tight over the proposal ultimately delaying the sanction!! for this mr. joseph deserves ail compliments.8.4 ..... present misc. criminal application arises out of our own judgment, and at our instance, wherein mr. joseph has been instrumental only in bringing to our notice certain patent irregularities illegalities by virtue of which and wherein it was simply impossible for him to expedite thecharge-sheet before the court. further, it is under this background ..... of his duties supplies relevant facts to the court pursuant to the orders of the court also further ventilating serious grievances against the vigilance commission and some patently illegal directions given by the home department withdrawing the sanction granted by the sanctioning authority and also as a result withdraws the prosecution against the accused, in .....

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Mar 04 2003 (HC)

Nasik Hing Supplying Company Vs. Annapurna Gruh Udyog Bhandar

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR2003Guj275; (2003)2GLR926; (2003)2PLR926; [2003]46SCL118(Guj)

..... affected by the provisions of section 104 of the c.p.c. in other words, between the provisions of the c.p.c. and the clauses of the letters patent, the letters patent would prevail. the leading judgment laying down the above principle was vaman ravji kulkarni v. nagesh vishnu joshi air 1940 bom. 216. a division bench of this court followed ..... appeal against the judgment of the single judge in a petition under article 227 of the constitution, the division bench made the following observations :-'24. the phraseology of the letters patent, the government of india act of 1915 and the government of india act, 1935, make it profusely obvious that the words 'original' and 'appellate' were used with reference to legal ..... bombay public trusts act, 1950 etc. the court specifically observed that it should not be taken to have expressed any opinion on the question whether section 100-a bars letters patent appeals against decisions of single judge of the high court while exercising appellate jurisdiction under such special statutes and clarified in the said case of madhusudan vegetables products co. ltd ..... rendered by a single judge of the high court in writ proceedings has been done away with, consequently now with the c.p.c. amendment act, 2002, abolition of letters patent appeals is confined to appeals against the judgment of a single judge exercising his appellate jurisdiction, whether that appeal was against an original or appellate decree or order. section 104 .....

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Sep 29 1967 (HC)

Dr. Chhotalal Jivabhai Patel Vs. Vadilal Lallubhai Mehta and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1971)12GLR850

..... . there is also inherent evidence in clause 15 to show that it is not limited to judgments given in exercise of the jurisdictions expressly mentioned in the letters patent. the letters patent make no mention of revisional jurisdiction and yet the parenthetical portion in clause 15 excludes an order made by single judge in exercise of revisional jurisdiction on the footing ..... no particular purpose or object white conferring power under clause 15 in limiting it qua the kinds of jurisdiction possessed by the high court as set out in the letters patent when clause 44 clearly contemplated that the existing jurisdiction was subject to the legislative power of the governor general and the jurisdiction conferred on the high court was liable ..... .13. re: ground (2): the argument under this ground was that clause 15 only contemplated judgment given in exercise of such jurisdictions as were expressly mentioned in the letters patent themselves and did not extend to judgments given in exercise of other jurisdictions subsequently conferred on the high court by legislation. but this argument is plainly unsustainable. as long ago ..... thereafter the learned judge proceeded to sign the order allowing the amendments. against the order allowing the amendments an appeal was preferred by the second respondent and that is letters patent appeal no. 2 of 1967 the petitioner and the second respondent also preferred appeals against the order rejecting the note of the petitioner and negativing the contention of the .....

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