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Sep 04 1987 (HC)

Reserve Bank of India, Bombay Vs. Harisidh Co-operative Bank Ltd. and ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Sep-04-1987

Reported in : AIR1988Guj107; [1990]69CompCas260(Guj); (1987)2GLR1289

..... so as to secure proper management of the bank and protect the interest of the depositors.'3. aggrieved by the order granting interim relief, the reserve bank has filed letters patent appeal no. 270 of 1987. after going through s. 115a of the act and the relevant provisions of the banking regulation act, 1949, the deposit, insurance and credit guarantee corporation ..... with the provisions of law; and, therefore, deserves to be stayed. before coming to this conclusion we have also considered that the matter before us is by way of letters patent appeal against the discretionary order granting interim relief. we have thought it fit to interfere with such an order by staying the same, as in our opinion, allowing the said ..... with no order as to costs.9. when we were about to pronounce this order, mr. vaifiaria, the learned advocate for opponents nos.' 1 to 3 submitted that the letters patent appeal is not maintainable as it is filed against an order passed in a petition under art. 227 of the constitution. in our opinion, there is no substance in this .....

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Nov 07 1987 (HC)

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

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Nov-07-1987

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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Feb 24 1987 (HC)

Vinodkumar Hematram Dave Vs. Janseva Education Foundation and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-24-1987

Reported in : (1987)1GLR621

..... of the state in withdrawing and cancelling the orders under which they had secured admission to the ptc institutions which were recognised institutions. their petition failed before this court. letters patent appeal also failed and thereafter, they landed in the supreme court. the supreme court upheld the decision of this court to the effect that the petitioners were not entitled to .....

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Dec 05 1987 (HC)

Mehendra Mills Ltd. Vs. Union of India

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-05-1987

Reported in : 1989(19)ECC118; 1989(23)LC123(Gujarat); 1988(36)ELT563(Guj)

..... consequently, the orders of adjudications passed by the authority going behind the approved price lists were patently erroneous and without jurisdiction. and on that basis also the impugned orders of adjudication are liable to be quashed. mr. k. s. nanavati and mr. a. c. gandhi broadly supported ..... august, 1977 under new rule 10 and hence the orders of adjudication passed after 6-8-1977 in connection with the show cause notices issued under old rule 10 were patently illegal and ultravires. (v) in any case the assistant collector has no jurisdiction to review the orders passed by the appropriate officers approving the price-lists under relevant rules. ..... manufacturing of the fabric, was unauthorised inasmuch as it would result in charging duty on duty and hence the impugned show cause notices are patently illegal and void and consequently the adjudications based on such notices were equally bad in law. (ii) it was alternatively contended that in any case the impugned show cause notices ..... petitioners to the effect that the assessable value of the fabric must include duty paid on captively consumed yarn as per the procedure permitted under rules 96v and w, is patently illegal, that the insistence of the department that the assessable value of the fabric must also include the excise duty paid on captively consumed yarn which ultimately resulted into the .....

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Sep 14 1987 (HC)

H.S. Laskari Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Sep-14-1987

Reported in : AIR1988Guj101; 1995(76)ELT258(Guj); (1988)1GLR45

..... that no provision is made for, giving additional remuneration to the magistrate in the whole of the customs act and in that view of the matter the impugned order is patently contrary to law. 4. with a view to appreciate the contentions raised by mr. shah, it is necessary to re-produce the relevant portion of the newly added sub-sections .....

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Nov 21 1987 (HC)

Mahendra Mills Ltd. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Nov-21-1987

Reported in : (1988)2GLR906

..... . consequently, the orders of adjudications passed by the authority going behind the approved price lists were patently erroneous and without jurisdiction. and on that basis also the impugned order of adjudication are liable to be quashed. mr. k.s. nanavati and mr. a.c. gandhi broadly supported ..... august, 1977 under new rule 10 and hence the orders of adjudication passed after 6-8-1977 in connection with the show cause notices issued under old rule 10 were patently illegal and ultra vires.(v) in any case the assistant collector has no jurisdiction to review the orders passed by the appropriate officers approving the price-lists under relevant rules ..... manufacturing of the fabric, was unauthorised inasmuch as it would result in charging duty on duty and hence the impugned show cause notices are patently illegal and void and consequently the adjudications based on such notices were equally bad in law.(ii) it was alternatively contended that in any case the impugned show cause notices ..... petitioners to the effect that the assessable value of the fabric must include duty paid on captively consumed yarn as per the procedure permitted under rules 96v and w, is patently illegal, that the insistence of the department that the assessable value of the fabric must also include the excise duty paid on captively consumed yarn which ultimately resulted into the .....

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Dec 30 1987 (HC)

Gujarat University Vs. Chetan N. Savla

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-30-1987

Reported in : (1988)1GLR354

..... to be evidence or proof of guilt. finally, the learned single judge allowed the special civil application. it is as against this order, the gujarat university has filed this letters patent appeal.2. mr. shelat, the learned counsel appearing for the appellant, submitted that the court should not have interfered with the finding arrived at by the university on the basis ..... purpose of establishing its case. for the above said reasons and also accepting the reasoning of the learned single judge while allowing the special civil application, we dismiss this letters patent appeal.time of one week from this date is granted to the university for assessing the answer paper of the respondent. ..... 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. 5528 of 1987. this is a case in which a student, who is a .....

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Mar 05 1987 (HC)

Kantilal Chandulal Shah Vs. C.J. Jose and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-05-1987

Reported in : [1988]64CompCas445(Guj); (1987)1GLR602

..... , contended that the very condition precedent to the passing of the order under section 76b(2) is absent in the present case and hence, the said order of disqualification is patently null and void and ultra vires and without jurisdication. 5. in order to support his contention, mr.vakharia invited my attention to the provision of section 49,61 and 73 .....

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Mar 30 1987 (HC)

Babubhai Gulambhai Goas Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-30-1987

Reported in : (1987)2GLR814

..... conflict, there is no question of following three-member bench decision in preference to the decision rendered by two-member bench. consequently, it cannot be held that there was any - patent error of law committed by us in deciding this matter on 30-3-1987 or that our decision is required to be reviewed on the. ground that it is rendered .....

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Dec 21 1987 (HC)

Mehsana District Co-operative Sales and Purchase Union Ltd. and anr. V ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-21-1987

Reported in : (1988)2GLR1060

..... as the scheme of the rules is concerned. in the first case relied on by the learned advocate general the questions which arose for consideration in the group of letters patent appeals were formulated in paragraphs 18 to 20 of the judgment. the court having answered the first question in the negative, it was not required to consider the second question .....

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