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Dec 21 1995 (HC)

Commissioner of Income Tax Vs. Suhrid Geigy Ltd.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-21-1995

Reported in : (1996)132CTR(Guj)102; [1996]220ITR153(Guj)

..... agreement under which the assessee was licensed to manufacture in india cyanuric chloride as per the process developed by musashino or degussa, geigy was the person authorised under respective patent orders to manufacture that product in india. it was also permissible for geigy to sub-licence its associates in india for the manufacture of the said product in india. ..... entered into the agreement with the assessee on 14th july, 1965. the geigy sub-licensed the assessee to manufacture cyanuric chloride under musashino's as well as degussa's patents processes, know-how and improvements. in consideration of the said sub-licence permitting the assessee to manufacture cyanuric chloride under the said two processes, the assessee was to pay ..... chloride under or according to degussa's patents, processes, know-how and improvements. under this right to manufacture the said product in india from the said two companies. geigy had a right to sub-licence geigy's ..... 1st jan., 1956 had acquired the right to manufacture in india cyanuric chloride under the licence from musashino chemical laboratories ltd. ('musashino' for brevity) under or according to musashino's patents processes, know-how and improvements under a supplemental agreement dt. 22nd april, 1963. likewise, geigy has also obtained licence from a german company 'degussa' to manufacture in india cyanuric .....

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Oct 09 1995 (HC)

Commissioner of Income Tax Vs. Ashoka Mills Ltd.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-09-1995

Reported in : (1996)131CTR(Guj)1

..... to use the patents and the trade marks of that company. it was held that under the above agreement the assessee did not acquire any asset of advantage of an enduring nature for the ..... knowledge of the swiss company for a limited period of 5 years. even for that limited duration, the assessee did not, under the said agreement, become entitled exclusively to the patents and trade mark of the swiss company. the assessee was on that account merely licensee for a limited period of the technical knowledge of the swiss company with the right ..... it ref. no. 174 of 1983) for exclusive user of the trade mark 'tebilized', nor did any of the agreements dt. 30th sept., 1972, transfer any ownership right in any patent or trade mark in favour of any of the above assessee-companies, but the technical knowhow was for a process employed merely to give anti-crease property to cloth and .....

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Jul 27 1995 (HC)

B.C. Dwivedi Vs. State of Gujarat and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-27-1995

Reported in : (1996)1GLR254; (1996)IILLJ60Guj

..... , the orders were not issued in compliance of the court's order dated 29-12-1982 and the government preferred a letters patent appeal no. 473 of 1982 before the division bench and on 7-4-1983 the letters patent appeal was dismissed, yet the order with regard to the petitioner's reinstatement was not issued and the petitioner had to file ..... by this court was not complied with on a flimsy pretext that the government was to file letters patents appeal against that interim relief and letter patent appeal was in fact filed, but the same was dismissed and despite the dismissal of the letters patent appeal, the orders with regard to his reinstatement had not been issued for a period of more than .....

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Nov 29 1995 (HC)

Mohanlal Amarji Marwadi Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Nov-29-1995

Reported in : (1996)2GLR200

..... when we closely scrutinise her evidence and the testimony is ultimately found to be totally wanting, unworthy of credit then under such debased circumstances, to accept her evidence would be patent injustice. may be to some extent pw-4 is perhaps right when the appellant and his associates might have at the most outraged her modesty and/or taken some undue ..... person no less than constable on duty near temple would fail to know her name, time, place, person alleged to have committed rape on her !! we are saying so from patently improbable conduct of the s.r.p. constable who was aged 45. if a victim of the rape makes a grievance before the constable and inquires about as to where ..... hand any hasty, over-zealous, emotional, faulty, erroneous appreciation of prosecution evidence, the resultant outfall of which can be either denial of justice to the victim girl or foisting altogether patent injustice on an innocent accused !! 9. further, bearing in mind, on the one side as vehemently submitted by the learned a.p.p. if we are to decide this matter ..... and mr. j.a. shelat, the learned a.p.p. for the respondent-state. according to mr. shah, the evidence of pw-4 is not dependable at all with its patent intrinsic infirmities and in that view of the matter, even in case she is corroborated by any other attending circumstances on the record, it would not be safe to convict .....

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Jun 22 1995 (HC)

V.K. Bhatt, Provident Fund Inspector Vs. Aryodaya Ginning Mills Limite ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jun-22-1995

Reported in : (1996)2GLR38

..... snatch the protective umbrella or a life-jacket from the employees who are just struggling hard for their existence in this world? and if certainly no, then overlooking the patent injustice meted out to the employee, the victims how indeed the learned magistrate could have justifiably imposed the ridiculously low sentence as the one imposed in the instant cases? ..... taking into consideration the offences alleged in the complaint, the statutory minimum sentence prescribed for the same etc., and the arguments advanced before this court, by the learned advocates, three patent illegalities and irregularities surface to have been committed, by the learned advocate mr. p.n. patel and thereafter, the learned magistrate mr. n.c. shukla ! they are: firstly, ..... without caring for anything to pronounce the verdict on the limited question of facts and the law only. rather whenever this court has an occasion to come across any persistent, patent illegalities and perversities, eclipsing public interest, resulting into the gross miscarriage of the justice, the same is not only required to be merely quashed and set aside but it ..... fraudulent pleas of guilty, entering into illicit plea-bargaining and thereby letting-off the accused softly by just patting/imposing the flea-bite sentence, which is shamefully low, and therefore, patently unjust, illegal, as has been done in the instant cases !2. this court is indeed quite clear in its concept as regards its role as the 'constitutional functionary', which .....

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Sep 27 1995 (HC)

Keshu Badha and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Sep-27-1995

Reported in : (1996)3GLR653

..... to be extremely careful and circumspect and should not accept the contents of the same at its face value so as to blunder away in its ultimate appreciation resulting into patent injustice to the accused. in otherwords, after close scrutiny contents of such f.i.r.s should be accepted. the learned trial judge is undoubtedly right when he said in ..... . patel shows that all the three injured were brought to the hospital by pw-1 nanji at 4-00 p.m. this part of the story by pw-5 is patent blatant, lie and requires to be condemned outright and discarded! a witness who has an audacity to falsely involve as many as five other innocent persons over and above the .....

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Jan 30 1995 (HC)

Yogeshbhai Jashvantbhai Modi Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-30-1995

Reported in : (1997)1GLR170

..... save the society from the scourge and curse of black marketing, and thereafter even whenever the detention orders were passed, this court and supreme court noticing some avoidable pitfalls and patent infirmities in enforcing, implementing and executing the black marketing act, vitiating the detention order, have pointed out what is required to be done to save and sustain the orders of .....

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Dec 07 1995 (HC)

Harshadrai Shantilal Shah and anr. Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-07-1995

Reported in : (1996)2GLR375

..... .at this stage, the +learned assistant government pleader appearing for the state government prays for stay of the order. the legal position is quite clear and the impugned order is patently bad and illegal and therefore, there is absolutely no reason to stay the order. hence, the request cannot be acceded to and is rejected.

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Jun 28 1995 (HC)

Manubhai Bhagabhai Patel Vs. Cheebabhai Rambhai Patel

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jun-28-1995

Reported in : (1995)2GLR1369

..... the plaintiff, the plaintiff would be entitled to an injunction against the threatened dispossession.22. in the premises aforesaid the orders impugned in the present revision clearly suffer from a patent illegality, which has resulted in miscarriage of justice. in view of the fact that the defendant is not in possession of the property whereas the plaintiff is, if this court ..... extremely limited, and the high court can only interfere where the impugned judgments are found to be arbitrary, capricious and/or based on no evidence whatsoever or contain such a patent illegality which would amount to a perversity in law. learned counsel for the respondent has also sought to place reliance upon the case of hindustan aeronautics v. ajit prasad reported .....

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Sep 29 1995 (HC)

Babulal Prabhudas Modi Vs. Narayanbhai Prabhudas Modi and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Sep-29-1995

Reported in : (1996)1GLR794

..... the obligation of the court to decide the same. 2. mr. p. k. jani, learned advocate appearing for petitioner-plaintiff submitted that the order of the lower appellate court is patently against the provisions of section 34 as well as against the ratio of the decision of the apex court in the case of state of u.p. v. janki saran .....

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