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Jan 18 1992 (HC)

Dilipkumar Amrutlal Ganatra Vs. District Magistrate and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-18-1992

Reported in : (1992)2GLR1460; (1992)2GLR1471

..... don'ts' can easily and effectively be computerised so as to enable the statutory functionaries to keep themselves abrest of the latest position of law in order to avoid the patent pitfalls costing valuable detention orders and thereby damaging the public interest. what is required is the desired determination, will and the follow-up action of the state government to do ..... while passing the order of detention orders or thereafter even while exercising the power of temporary release, and still for whatever reasons, the detention orders practically continuously fail on these patent count only. how could this indeed happen when powers exercised by 'the authority is no less than highly qualified secretary of the state? some technical failures by the statutory functionary ..... , the same is quite understandable and, therefore, can be pardoned but when one find that the alleged breach of duty is not in 'good faith' but suffers from such a patent negligence which exposes the society to the menace of the black-marketing and/or any other disturbance of the 'law and order' and 'public order', the concerned statutory authority has ..... funda-nrritil object. to read and interpret any section out of the said context and background is just reading it out of the way, which is bound to result into patent injustice. this is simply impermissible and not done. it is the cirdinal principle of the interpretation of the statutes that the provisions of the act has to be interpreted and .....

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May 04 1992 (HC)

State of Gujarat Vs. O.P. Goyal

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : May-04-1992

Reported in : (1992)2GLR1377

..... magistrate has not only treated these cases quite cursorily but the manner in which the same have been disposed of manifestly reflects upon his total unconcerned approach, attitude and patent lack of commitment to the cause and call of social justice. it is indeed difficult to understand as to how the learned magistrate afforded to remain oblivious of the ..... for the purpose of giving address.4. mr. d.k. trivedi, the learned p.p. while challenging the impugned judgments and orders of acquittal submitted that the same are patently illegal and perverse and have resulted into serious failure of justice, as the 'rojkam' proceedings available on the record do not justify reasons for acquittal given by the {earned magistrate ..... above are the matter for prime consideration in the judgment which follows hereinafter.2. in order to understand and appreciate the aforesaid introductory observations and further to evaluate the alleged patent illegalities committed by the learned magistrate in irresponsibility disposing of these cases, it is necessary first of all to refer to some of the relevant facts and circumstances of ..... no less authorities than the law enforcing agencies themselves, namely the executives and the judiciary? for example, in the instant cases, the learned magistrate himself, who because of his patent ignorance about the object of the act and lack of social orientation and commitment to the cause and call-for social justice, acquitted the accused without any effective trial!!1 .....

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May 07 1992 (HC)

Kathi Kalu Raning Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : May-07-1992

Reported in : (1993)1GLR561

..... the indiscreetness in mechanically persuing some principles at times is capable enough of converting and bring about the undesirable consequences to the greatest detriment of the society. this being patently unjust and against the overall public interest in exceptional cases, once a while by way of exception dogmatically following of the principle requires not to be mechanically followed in ..... procedural technicalities takes some honest and bold decisions in the overall public interest. undoubtedly, sometimes, such bold decisions exposes the court to some unwarranted adverse comments of having committed patent illegalities but then this cannot be permitted to influence and deter the court from taking a decision which is just in the larger public interest. any way, sometimes not to ..... true that ordinarily no orders prejudicial (.0 the interest of the person concerned can ever be passed without affording reasonable opportunity to meet with the case, as it will be patently illegal. keeping in mind ail these, generally it also cannot be denied that the submissions made by mr. shastri have no substance and that bat for some real.!, ..... , junagadh before this court.6. mr. a. j. shastri, the learned advocate for the petitioner-accused while challenging the impugned judgment and order submitted that the same was patently illegal and perverse being contrary to the express provisions of law as contained in section 401(2) of the code inasmuch as the order remanding the petitioner to the police .....

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Feb 26 1992 (HC)

Babubhai Alias Tulsidas Narsinhdas Patel Vs. Mukta Sagar Mandal and or ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-26-1992

Reported in : 1992CriLJ2103; (1992)1GLR777

..... 397 can affect the amplitude of inherent power of this court under section 482 of the code. it is in an exceptional case to redress the miscarriage of justice or patent illegality the court would be compelled to exercise its inherent power under section 482 of the code. however, unfortunately, in the present case no material is, successfully, pointed out which .....

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Dec 02 1992 (HC)

Maheshbhai H. Parekh Vs. District Magistrate and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-02-1992

Reported in : 1994CriLJ365

..... and thereby, on the one hand, playing with the liberty of the citizen, and on the other hand, the public interest involved, no orders are passed casually and mechanically, exhibiting patent lack of personal awareness on their part regarding each and every word, line and the content of the orders they sign and ultimately pass. some grammatical or clerical mistakes are ..... three lines of para 6 of the grounds of detention and committal order. this inference is manifestly unavoidable because had indeed the papers been personally and carefully perused, the above patent inconsistencies would not have crept in, as the same could have been immediately detected and avoided, rather to be more exact, the said inconsistencies would not have crept in at ..... in-reply though the rule came to be issued by this court on 4-11-1992 making it returnable on 1-12-1992. in fact, apparently looking to the unexplainable patent infirmity regarding the information given to the detenu in para 6 of the grounds of detention to make representation through district jail, bharuch instead of district jail, bhuj, and ..... kachchh, still however, surprisingly enough in the first three lines of even dated grounds of detention, he informed the detenu to make representation through the superintendent, sub-jail, bharuch? this patent infirmity on face of it clearly demonstrates the casual and mechanical exercise of powers by just blindly signing the grounds of detention, the detention order and the committal order, which .....

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Nov 11 1992 (HC)

Dharamsi Dahyabhai Patel Vs. Devyani Dharamsi Patel

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Nov-11-1992

Reported in : I(1993)DMC605; (1993)1GLR387

..... hand, strenuously urged before this court that the order passed by the trial court is the order of interim maintenance during the pendency of suit. therefore, unless the order is patently bad and with out jurisdiction, this court should not interfere in a revision application under section 115 c.p. code. he has further submitted that the award of maintenance at .....

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Oct 22 1992 (HC)

Baldev Ship Breakers and ors. Etc. Vs. Jt. Chief Controller of Imports ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-22-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Guj61

..... theguidelines issued by the central government. (5) there was litigation before the court in year 1984 (sic) as certain applicants were not allotted any plot for ship-breaking. in letters patent appeal, this court made observation, that the mstc had not maintained registers in regard to the applications for initial registration and for demand registration. (6) it is the say of ..... paragraphs we have noted that special civil application no. 4080/84 and others were filed before this court. against the judgment and order passed in these special civil applictions, letters patent appeal no. 874/85 and others were filed before this court wherein the court has specifically observed that there was a great influenceof the applicants who wanted to break ship .....

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Jul 13 1992 (HC)

Managing Director, Gujarat Water Resources Development Corporation Ltd ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-13-1992

Reported in : (1993)1GLR321

..... in his original post, with continuity of service and further, directed disbursement of 50% of the backwages from 1-1-1986 till the date of reinstatement.4. in this letters patent appeal, as already noticed directed against the order of the learned single judge, mr. k. b. trivedi, learned counsel for the respondents, would submit that it is a case of ..... judge in special civil application no. 2098 of 1986. the respondents in the special civil application are the appellants in the letters patent appeal and the petitioner in the special civil application is the respondents in the letters patent appeal. convenience suggests that we adopt the nomenclature assigned to the parties in the special civil application while we deal with them in ..... we should interfere with the discretion of the learned single judge on the question of award of backwages.thus, we are obliged to dismiss and we do dismiss the letters patent appeal, as lacking in merits. .....

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Feb 20 1992 (HC)

Abdulgani Abdulbhai Kureshi and anr. Vs. State of Gujarat and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-20-1992

Reported in : (1992)1GLR503

..... -extension of the terms of the concerned municipalities and has granted interim relief directing the state of gujarat to grant extension to the councillors of these municipalities. even though letters patent appeals against these interim orders are admitted by this court, the said circumstance is cited as an instance which according to the petitioners, shows that the state of gujarat has ..... was not discharged on the supposition that figures of 1991 census were not available at the relevant time. so far as this stand is concerned, in our opinion, it is patently erroneous and misconceived, to say the least. a mere look at section 2(45a) shows that whenever the state government sits down to discharge its statutory obligation under sections 5 .....

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Dec 07 1992 (HC)

State of Gujarat and ors. Vs. Laxmansing Sartansing and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-07-1992

Reported in : (1993)1GLR279

..... special civil application, took note of a pronouncement of a learned single judge of this court in similar matters and deemed fit to allow the special civil application. this letters patent appeal is directed against the order of the learned single judge3. miss rekha m. doshit, learned counsel for the appellants, would submit that once it has been found that the ..... in any principle of estoppel to uphold and maintain a service position contrary to the statutory rules. being guided by the above principle, we are obliged to allow this letters patent appeal and we accordingly allow it, set aside the judgment of the learned single judge, subject-matter of challenge of the letters ..... patent appeal and special civil application no. 3061 of 1980 will stand dismissed. we make no order as to costs.however, if it is permissible for the respondents to go by ..... s. nainar sundaram, c.j.1. this letters patent appeal has got to be allowed when we take note of the pronouncement of a bench of this court in state of gujarat and anr. v. saratsinh r. sisodia and .....

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