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Feb 28 1983 (HC)

The Municipal Corporation of the City of Ahmedabad Vs. Bhagvandas Paru ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-28-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Guj1; (1983)1GLR763

..... into service -against the impugned action of the corporation. we. there fore, do not see any purpose in, remanding the matter. this letters patent appeal is, therefore, allowed and the judgment of the learned single judge confirming the judgment of the learned city civil judge is set aside and ..... first appeal aside the. impugned notices and granting the permanent injunction has not been affirmed by the division no. 531/74 the present letters patent bench which has found as a matter of fact that the impugned notice precisely and squarely set out the appeal no. 323/ft the ..... common order by which the aforesaid first appeal including seven before the division. bench of this first appeal no. 632/74 out of which this letters patent appeal arises, that the impugned notice . was . court. the corporation has also filed imprecise and vague and, therefore, confirming the judgment and decree ..... g. t. nanavati, jj.) and by the order of the division bench of aug. 13, 1979 development officer. the 0drporation. there the letters patent appeals from the aforesaid seven companion first appeals were allowed and the order fore, carried the matter further by filing of the learned single judge was set ..... to the aggrieved parties of hearing. the learned judge did not, however, go into the question as to whether the authority was validly and legally patent appeals from those companion first appeals reached hearing before the division bench of this conferred on the, deputy town deve court (coram: s. h. .....

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Dec 15 1983 (HC)

Gunvantrai Manibhai Desai Vs. B. Narsinhmm and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-15-1983

Reported in : (1984)1GLR603

..... the agricultural produce markets act. it is really unfortunate that the state government, despite having a number of legally trained persons to advise it, has fumbled and misunderstood such a patent proposition of law and has arrogated to the registrar the power to decide the fate of the market committees to be constituted under the provisions of the agricultural produce markets ..... in the market area. when the competent authority now takes on hand the preparation of the list of members of the managing committees of various societies, he shall take this patent fact into account before he decides one way or the other. i would say that name may not be decisive, but if the by-laws and actual functioning show that ..... . much water, as observed by me at the outset, has flown beneath the bridge and as per the judgment of the division bench of this high court in the letters patent appeal no. 55 of 1980 decided on 12-10- 82 by m.p. thakkar c.j., as he then was, and r.c. mankad j., a new voters' list will ..... n.h. bhatt, j.1. this old writ petition, though fixed for final hearing earlier along with the letters patent appeal no. 203 of 1980, unfortunately could not be taken up earlier though the said appeal was disposed of long ago. the petition has been filed by one citizen, claiming .....

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Feb 28 1983 (HC)

Mrs. Kusum NitIn Diwanji and anr. Vs. Gujarat Secondary Education Boar ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-28-1983

Reported in : (1983)2GLR978

..... petitioner no. 2 all throughout, while he was student in science stream from standard viii onwards, assessment of marks of petitioner no. 2 in the concerned subjects clearly involved a patent error and shows that petitioner no. 2's performance has been undervalued and underrated and hence petitioner no. 2 deserves to be granted reassessment of the concerned papers.2. it .....

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Jun 21 1983 (HC)

Vishnuprasad Dabyabhai Brahmbhatt Vs. State and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jun-21-1983

Reported in : (1983)2GLR1548

..... the petition to final hearing but refused to grant interim stay of operation of the removal order. the petitioner unsuccessfully carried the matter regarding granting of interim stay in letters patent appeal no. 109 of 1981 which came to be rejected by the division bench on 9-4-1981. in the meantime, the concerned respondent who were exercising statutory powers under .....

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Jan 24 1983 (HC)

Harmanbhai Bhulabhai by Lrs. and ors. Vs. Dahyabhai Babarbhai Patel an ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-24-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Guj15; (1983)1GLR758

..... acquisition act had intervened prior to the decision of the mamlatdar and alt and had destroyed the subsisting tenancy rights of the petitioners in the disputed land. this finding is patently erroneous in law and cannot be sustained even for a moment once this conclusion is reached, the result is obvious. the alt was having jurisdiction to adjudicate the dispute between ..... of the reasoning adopted by it.7. having heard the learned advocates of the respective parties, i have come to the conclusion that the decision rendered by the grt is patently erroneous in law and cannot be sustained. a few relevant dates have got to be kept in view while deciding the controversy between the parties. the petitioners claim to be ..... decision of the grt and have approached this court by way of the present proceeding5. mr. patel, learned' advocate for the petitioners vehemently contended that the grt had committed a patent error of law in taking the view that the decisions rendered by the mamlatdar and alt as well as the deputy collector were nul1,and void on- account of, the .....

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Dec 09 1983 (HC)

Vithalbhai Bhailalbhai Patel Vs. T.V. Krishnamurthy and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-09-1983

Reported in : (1984)1GLR151

..... not initiated in the area. hence there was no question of consolidation proceedings being completed and final blocks being formed and allotted. he, therefore, contended that the impugned orders are patently bad in law and liable to be set aside.6. having given my anxious consideration to the contentions raised on behalf of the petitioner, i have come to the conclusion ..... that the petitioner had failed to establish that he was occupant of the contiguous land at the relevant time. it appears that both the authorities below were proceeding under some patent misconception of law and facts. the impugned sale deed at annexure e in terms shows that conveyed section no. 49 which belonged to respondent no. 2 was situated just on .....

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Oct 09 1983 (HC)

Jayesh A. Joshipura Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-09-1983

Reported in : (1984)2GLR761

..... to the one which was before the division bench in special civil application no. 963 of 1972. consequently, the decision of this court in letters patent appeal no. 68 of 1983 and anr. affords no assistance in deciding the present controversy before me.40. in the light of the aforesaid legal position ..... no real assistance to the petitioner in support of his contention.37. i may now turn to one another division bench judgment of this court in letters patent appeal no. 68 of 1983 in special civil application no. 5387 of 1982 and anr. decided by b. k. mehta and a.s. qureshi, ..... students belonged to other districts, it could not be said that they were ineligible for being considered for admission or were less meritorious. such a classification was patently arbitrary and unsustainable.26. next judgment of the supreme court is rendered in the case of chitra gosh v. union of india : [1970]1scr413 in ..... what was observed by this court in the said decision. mr. jadeja also placed reliance on a latter decision of the division bench of this court in letters patent appeal no. 68 of 1983 decided by b. k. mehta and qureshi, jj. on 5/6-4-1983 wherein b. k. mehta, j. spoke ..... course by limiting the scope of qualifying examination to only last two examinations immediately preceding the starting of the concerned course in the given year, is patently arbitrary and irrational. under these circumstances, the petitioner has prayed for a suitable writ, order or direction of this court for declaring rule 1 of .....

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Apr 06 1983 (HC)

Dr. Himanshu Purshottamdas Bavishi and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat and o ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-06-1983

Reported in : (1983)2GLR1414

..... four weeks from to-day. rule is made absolute accordingly,the university shall also decide as to the term from which the rules be made effective.letters patent. appeal stands dismissed. interim relief modified so as to permit the respondents nos. 1 and 2, i.e. the state government and the dean of b ..... single judge has, while issuing the writ, overlooked or dis-regarded this fact, the division bench can and must set the position right in the letters patent appeal. he urged that the common rules framed by the university for the purposes of registration for its two post-graduate centres in pursuance of the directions ..... no. 4 and appellant no. 5 have challenged by special civil application no. 214 of 1983 these rules. these appellants have also filed the present letters patent appeal, lest it may not be urged that till the order of the learned single judge stands, the university was duty bound to enact the rules. the ..... contesting parties in these matters by their respective position in reference to the letters patent appeal.3. it is necessary to set out the material facts so as to appreciate the three dimensional dispute in proper perspective.4. in order to ..... of guj. 24(1) g.l.r. 551 the judgment in which (per n. h. bhatt, j.) has been also questioned in the aforesaid letters patent appeal, raising the common questions of law and fact, we propose to dispose of all the three matters by this common judgment.2. we will refer to the .....

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Jul 30 1983 (HC)

Association of Natural Gas Consuming Industries of Gujarat and ors. Vs ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-30-1983

Reported in : (1983)2GLR1437

..... . on the record of these petitions are all illusory in description and this amounts to unfairness to the court;(e) the o.n.g.c. has acted ex-facie and patently unreasonably in fixing the 90% as the minimum guarantee price in the matter of supply of gas; and(f) the court, in the above circumstances, should strike out the price ..... be raised that the hearing of these petitions by the division bench robbed them of the right of appeal, one way or the other, in the form of the letters patent appeals.6. the submissions advanced before us on behalf of the petitioners of these petitions can be broadly summed up as follow:(a) the o.n.g.c. being a .....

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Jan 21 1983 (HC)

Rasulmiya Rehmanmiya Vs. Patel Lalbhai Shankerbhai

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-21-1983

Reported in : (1983)1GLR714

..... the collector erred in confirming such a patently illegal order. the tribunal ought to have hold that the order of the mamlatdar could be well sustained in exercise of his suo motu powers under section 32(1b). the ..... the date on which he entertained the application under section 32(1b) the application filed by the petitioner was obviously time barred and incompetent.the gujarat revenue tribunal had, therefore, patently erred in law in holding that the order of the mamlatdar under section 32(1b) was misconcieved and without jurisdiction. the tribunal was equally wrong in taking the view that ..... under section 32(1b) was ordered to be dismissed. the petitioner seeks reversal of the said order passed by the tribunal on the ground that the tribunal has committed a patent error of law in doing so.3. in order to appreciate the aforesaid grievance of the petitioner it is necessary to have a look at section 32(1b) of the .....

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