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Jun 25 1991 (HC)

Anup Engineering Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jun-25-1991

Reported in : [1991]192ITR633(Guj)

..... 16 (xi-a), dated may 31, 1962. under the collaboration agreement dated december 28, 1961, the assessee-company had acquired an exclusive right for the use of the patents for manufacture of engineering products of the foreign company. under clause (12) of the collaboration agreement, the foreign company bound themselves not to engage in manufacture either unilaterally or ..... to be written off over the abovementioned period. learned counsel for the assessee-company submitted that the assessee-company had purchased patent rights under the aforesaid collaboration agreement dated december 28, 1961, and, therefore, its case was directly covered by the said circular dated may 31, 1961. on the other ..... considering this question that the government issued the circular dated may 31, 1961. as stated in the circular, the government decided that the expenditure incurred on purchase of patent rights could be treated as consolidated revenue expenditure by spreading it over a period of 14 years. the said circular stated that, accordingly, such expenditure may be allowed ..... disposal of the limited liability company, which messrs. chinubhai manibhai and shrenik kasturbhai intended to incorporate in india all the present and future know-how, the use of patents and all technical details with complete workshop drawings for manufacture of their engineering products, on the terms and conditions set out in the agreement. such technical collaboration was .....

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Jun 26 1991 (HC)

Gujarat Mazdoor Panchayat Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jun-26-1991

Reported in : (1991)2GLR1354; (1992)IILLJ486Guj

..... under the i.d. act. ................................11. ..... ...... ...... the following points for determination arise for our consideration :- (1) whether the impugned order at annexure 'a' to the petition involves patent error of law and jurisdiction and is required to be quashed. (2) whether the industrial disputes centering round the four demands mentioned in the order at annexure 'a' are required ..... clearly indicate that the appropriate government has exceeded it jurisdiction and has adjudicated upon the very dispute which is required to be referred and hence, the impugned order is patently illegal and ultra vires. 18. we find considerable substance in the aforesaid contentions of mr. shahani. it is true that the appropriate authority while exercising powers under section ..... 10(1) can consider prima facie whether the dispute is required to be referred or whether it is patently frivolous dispute. but that does not mean that the government can finally pronounce upon the matter and having so pronounced can refuse reference on the basis of such pronouncement ..... exercising the powers under section 10(1) of the industrial disputes act, the appropriate government is entitled to prima facie consider the merits of the dispute, whether it is patently frivolous or is clearly belated and its impact on the general relations between the employer and the employees in the region. but it is not empowered to reach a final .....

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Aug 19 1991 (HC)

Ajitkumar Somnath Pandya Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-19-1991

Reported in : (1993)1GLR753

..... neither just, nor legal nor fair to place implicit reliance upon the evidence of such a witness. according to mr. amin, since the trial court has unfortunately completely overlooked the patent infirmities in the evidence of the complainant and the basic principle of criminal jurisprudence, viz., the benefit of doubt governing the criminal cases, the impugned order of conviction and sentence ..... reasonable doubt;(ii) that the evidence of the complainant premjibhai vaghela (pw 1, ex. 7) is not dependable enough to connect the appellant in as much as it suffers certain patent infirmities going to the root of the case such as (i) that it was on account of the report of the appellant that he came to be fined; (ii) that .....

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Apr 02 1991 (HC)

S.S. Thakore and anr. Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-02-1991

Reported in : (1992)1GLR68

..... centralised recruitment scheme but they were recruited through the p.s.c. for the departments which were within the purview of the p.s.c. the decision in the letters patent appeal no. 348 of 1983 also cannot help the appellants since in that case, the writ petitioners, who were recruited under the centralised recruitment scheme and were absorbed on becoming ..... this contention on the decision of this court in special civil application no. 1138 of 1979 and 3136 of 1981 decided on 24th june, 1986 and the decision in letters patent appeal no. 348 of 1982 decided on february 6, 1991. the learned counsel appearing for the state supported these contentions.4. the directorate of civil supplies (accounts) was admittedly not ..... contained in the government circular dated 18th april, 1978 and in light of the observations made in the judgment.2. the writ petitioners (respondents nos. 3 to 33 in letters patent appeal no. 155 of 1979) were appointed in the office of the director civil supplies (accounts) as clerks. a dispute had earlier arisen in special civil application no. 767 of ..... no. 38 of 1980. at the hearing of these appeals, it was contended by the learned counsel mr. s.n. shelat appearing for the appellants in letters patent appeal no. 155 of 1979 that the circular dated 18th april 1978, which was sought to be used against the appellants for fixation of their seniority below all the employees .....

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Aug 05 1991 (HC)

T.S. Rabari Vs. Government of Gujarat and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-05-1991

Reported in : (1991)2GLR1035

..... had granted relief in favour of mohmed ramzan khan who approached the supreme court in 1984 against the decision of the division bench of j & k high court in letters patent appeal no. 10 of 1983 decided on june 26, 1984. it is, therefore, clear that mohmed ramzan khan must have been dismissed from service prior to 1983. in spite of ..... respondents moved the high court for a writ of certiorari under article 226 of the constitution. the learned single judge dismissed the petition, but the division bench allowed the letters patent appeal, remanded the matter to the appellate authority directing it to decide the same in accordance with law. the appellant approached the supreme court. the question before the supreme court ..... forty-second amendment of the constitution'. it appears that the said matter was carried by the union of india to the division bench by filing letters patent appeal no. 125 of 1985. some other letters patent appeals were also filed where also a similar view was taken by the learned single judge. all those appeals came to be finally disposed on in .....

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Oct 04 1991 (HC)

State of Gujarat and ors. Vs. H.C. Vora and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-04-1991

Reported in : (1992)1GLR282

..... and violative of his fundamental rights and, therefore, allowed the petition as stated by us hereinabove. it is against this order of the learned single judge that the present letters patent appeal is filed by the appellant-state.6. miss rekha doshit, the learned counsel for the appellants-state has raised the following contentions :s(1) the learned single judge was ..... the surplus employees. the petitioner cannot take advantage of the said circular if the learned single judge has committed an error of law, which requires to be corrected in letters patent appeal.12. miss doshit, the learned counsel for the appellants submitted that even if it is assumed for the sake of argument that the said circular is applicable to the ..... the said reasoning cannot be applicable in the instant case. here the petition filed by the petitioner is allowed by the learned single judge and the state has filed letters patent appeal against the said decision. in our opinion, therefore, the state government can contend that the order passed by the learned single judge is contrary to law. for that it ..... nothing to do with the judgment of the learned single judge. in these circumstances, there is no question of any recovery to be made from the petitioner if this letters patent appeal is allowed. in all probability in these circumstances, even if this appeal will be allowed, the state will not recover any amount from the petitioner. still however, we make .....

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Dec 24 1991 (HC)

B.J. Pandya, Octroi Inspector, Godhra Municipality Vs. Arvindkumar Kan ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-24-1991

Reported in : (1995)2GLR1100

..... court to take a very serious view of the matter in overall interest of 'justice', in particular, and the administration of justice in general. thus, over and above the alleged patent illegality and the perversity of the impugned order of acquittal, the unbecoming conduct of the learned magistrate raises in its turn many important questions in the mind of this court ..... state of gujarat v. dr. c.k. patel reported in : (1991)2glr995 . mr. shah on the basis of aforesaid submission finally urged that the impugned orders of enmass acquittals being patently perverse and illegal, the same deserve to be atonce quashed and set aside and accordingly, all the cases be remanded to the trial court to be decided on merits, according ..... particular gross facts and circumstances of the instant cases wherein in as many as 219 criminal cases, premature acquittal came to be recorded at the stroke of a pen on patently unjustifiable ground of 'absence of the complainant when the matters were called out' and secondly, the general continued, unabated irresponsible trend of illegally throwing away the criminal cases, at the .....

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Feb 06 1991 (HC)

Kumbhar Yakub Jusab Vs. Bhuj Municipality and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-06-1991

Reported in : (1991)2GLR755

..... notification, dated 16th october, 1990.8. it appears that being aggrieved by the said interim relief granted by the learned single judge respondents nos. 16, 18 and others preferred letters patent appeal being no. 365 of 1990 and the d.b. of this court,vide its order, dtd. 11th december, 1990 vacated the interim stay granted by the learned single judge ..... in three wards was the main and perhaps the only ground of challenge. the learned single judge of this court stayed the election which gave rise to the two letters patent appeals. finally, by judgment and order, dated 11-10-1990 which was the order passed by consent and concurrence of all parties appearing before the division bench, the court upheld .....

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Jan 29 1991 (HC)

Sajipur Bogha Nagar Palika Octroi Karmachari Mandal and anr. Vs. Ahmed ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-29-1991

Reported in : (1991)2GLR956; (1994)IIILLJ431Guj

..... evident. workmen agreed not to raise any demand or dispute in respect of the issues raised in the reference for a period of three years. workmen agreed to withdraw letters patent appeal filed by them in this court. these terms of settlement have been considered reasonable and proper by the tribunal. everything has been done openly without there being any secret ..... by the state government itself. the office bearers of the municipality initially adopted a stern stance. they sacked off about 24 employees. a division bench of this court in letters patent appeal filed by the employees protected them. after such recalcitrant attitude adopted initially, the office bearers of the municipality might have been (seen) the reasonableness of the demands made by ..... dispute in respect of any issue raised in the reference for a period of three years from the date of the award. the union also agreed to withdraw the letters patent appeal no. 421 of 1984 pending in this high court. (5) the settlement also provided that the seniority of the staff members was to be reckoned from the date of ..... . 3758 in this high court and challenged the order of termination of their services. the petition was rejected on september 5, 1984 by learned single judge. the workmen preferred letters patent appeal no. 421 of 1984, which was admitted by this court and the court granted stay against the order of termination of their services. thus the employees concerned continued to .....

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Jul 02 1991 (HC)

Bhavabhai Bhadabhai Maru Vs. Dhandhuka Nagar Panchayat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-02-1991

Reported in : (1991)2GLR1339

..... its action i do not see any reason as to why this court should relegate the petitioner to the alternative remedy of departmental appeal when the order under challenge is patently a still-born order. thirdly, relegating the petitioner to an alternative remedy which is likely to consume time and which would deprive the petitioner of his very means of sustenance ..... .in search of original solution the court shall keep in mind that it shall not perpetuate the miseries of the litigant when the action under challenging is manifestly unjust and patently illegal. in such cases, gandhiji gave a talisman. whenever you are in doubt, apply the following test:recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may .....

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