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Feb 04 1997 (HC)

Sandhya Organic Chemicals P. Ltd. and ors. Vs. United Phosphorous Ltd. ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-04-1997

Reported in : AIR1997Guj177

..... , it could have got it registered with the appropriate authorities. in absence of the same, 1 can only say that one cannot gel the proprietary right without the process being patented.19. since alt the major allegations regarding invention of the process in question have been denied and especially when the defendants have come out with a case that they were ..... court, has submitted that the suit filed by the plaintiff is under section 9 of the cpc and is not based upon any infringement of trade mark, passing off or patent or designs act or the copyright act. in the submission of mr. vakil, the action of the plaintiff is for the enforcement of the rights of confidentiality under the secrecy ..... trade secrets, or confidential information, as alleged. it is further averred that the plaintiff does not possess the properly of the nature of an exclusive right, save that of the patent, registered design copy right or trade mark. it is the case of the defendants that there is no invention of any process of the kind alleged by the plaintiff and ..... it to sue and obtain injunction in the terms in which it has been, granted by the trial court. 4. in view of the provisions of the patents or designs act. unless a patent or a design is registered in respect of an invention, there is no proprietary right of which the plaintiff can complain of and ask for relief in the .....

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Mar 17 1997 (HC)

K.V. Joseph Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-17-1997

Reported in : 1997CriLJ2896; (1997)2GLR38

..... least is quite despicable, accordingly, deserves to be struck down immediately.14. sanction-. delay in granting -withdrawal. etc.thereafter, mr. panchal has raised following contentions exposing the patent irregularities, illegalitie. committed in the first instance by the sanctioning authority, and thereafter, the home department questioning the very existence of the 'rule of law', by ordering withdrawal ..... mr. joseph this speedying up granting of sanctions would not have been possible. this circumstance standing by itself more than justifies mr. joseph in yentilating grivance against the patent inaction on the part of certain competent authorities (incompetent!!) sitting tight over the proposal ultimately delaying the sanction!! for this mr. joseph deserves ail compliments.8.4 ..... present misc. criminal application arises out of our own judgment, and at our instance, wherein mr. joseph has been instrumental only in bringing to our notice certain patent irregularities illegalities by virtue of which and wherein it was simply impossible for him to expedite thecharge-sheet before the court. further, it is under this background ..... of his duties supplies relevant facts to the court pursuant to the orders of the court also further ventilating serious grievances against the vigilance commission and some patently illegal directions given by the home department withdrawing the sanction granted by the sanctioning authority and also as a result withdraws the prosecution against the accused, in .....

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Apr 28 1997 (HC)

Registrar, High Court of Gujarat Vs. B.J. Patel, Chief Judicial Magist ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-28-1997

Reported in : (1997)2GLR1660

..... and by virtue of the interim order, the learned single judge had held that the petitioners were entitled to the relief against reversion. that interim order was questioned in letters patent appeal and in that submission was raised that the interim order or interlocutory order is not a judgment and therefore, appeal is not maintainable in view of clause 15 which ..... ourselves on that aspect at this stage. but the purpose and policy incorporated in clause 15 of the l.p. is unequivocal.25. in case of any judgment, the letters patent appeal could be resorted to invoking clause 15. no doubt, the expression 'judgment' is not statutorily defined or articulated, but 'judgment' means order or decision permanent or temporary, when rendered ..... , high court of gujarat, being aggrieved by the said interlocutory order and direction, has, now, come up before this court by filing this appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent. the appellant, high court of gujarat, has assailed the interlocutory order on various grounds.the learned additional advocate general, mr. shelat, while appearing for the appellant, high court of gujarat ..... enshrined in article 226, that too at an interlocutory stage, in a matter of transfer, is the solitary but the substantial question for our appreciation and adjudication in this letters patent appeal.2. since the main writ petition is awaiting final verdict before the learned single judge, we would like to mention only the skeleton projection of facts which are relevant .....

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Jul 09 1997 (HC)

Chandubhai Dahyabhai Rajput Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-09-1997

Reported in : (1998)1GLR542

..... , after relying on the decision of the supreme court in saraswati devi's case (supra) allowed the review application. respondent no. 6, unsuccessfully challenged the said decision in the letters patent appeal and the special leave petition with an obvious intention to while away time so that he can complete his term as president. when only few months of the term ..... in language employed in haryana rules and gujarat rules. in any case, as stated hereinabove, once the judgment given by this court in review application is confirmed in the letters patent appeal, which was carried by way of special leave petition in the supreme court and the same was withdrawn, it is now not open to respondent no. 6 to reagitate ..... the matter to the supreme court challenging the judgment delivered in the letters patent appeal by way of special leave petition (civil) no. 9061 of 1997. on 1-5-1997, the supreme court permitted withdrawal of the said s.l.p. by passing the ..... aside and the office was directed to place the matter before the appropriate court for admission and hearing. against the said order, respondent no. 6 preferred an appeal being letters patent appeal no. 348 of 1997. a division bench (coram: c.k. thakker and h.l. gokhale, jj.) on 3-4-1997 dismissed the appeal. the said respondent no. 6 carried .....

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Jul 09 1997 (HC)

Bharat Tea Centre Vs. State of Gujarat and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-09-1997

Reported in : (1998)1GLR395

..... it is taken to be under article 226 of the constitution, how far it can be said to be justifiable for this court to extend indulgence to a person who patently flouted the law? contrary to it, if any indulgence is granted to such a class of persons, then it will encourage other traders also to flout the law. laws are ..... meant for those traders who patently flout the law. it is not a case of technical breach of the order of 1984. it is a deliberate attempt on the part of the petitioner to flout the ..... the appellate authority has shown indulgence to the petitioner, though it was not required to be shown. the petitioner is not a law-abiding trader. he is a person who patently flouted the provisions of the order of 1984. sympathies and equitable considerations are for those traders who are law-abiding and are acting bona fide. sympathies and equities are not ..... tea on 16-3-1984 and 1,585.900 kgs. on 22-3-1984. so from these purchases of tea by the petitioner it is clearly borne out that he patently flouted the order of 1984. as per the provisions of the order of 1984 no person can trade in tea by holding stock in excess of 1,000 kgs. without .....

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Aug 29 1997 (HC)

John Mithalal Desai Vs. Dineshbhai K. Vora

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-29-1997

Reported in : (1997)3GLR279

..... application also the case of the tenancy asserted by the present appellant is not at all put forth and not even a whisper thereof is made. while preferring the letters patent appeal the appellant was appointed as the guardian and next friend of dr. kelly. at that time also while pursuing l.p.a. the appellant and dr. kelly remained silent ..... was not satisfied with the order passed by this court, and therefore through his next friend-the appellant who is his brother-in-law, got filed letters patent appeal no. 522 of 1993. the letters patent appeal came to be dismissed on 27th december 1993. dr. kelly then filed s.l.p.no. 1034 of 1994 before the supreme court of india .....

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Jul 09 1997 (HC)

N.A. Vasava Vs. Chief Refinery Co-ordinator, Indian Oil Corporation Lt ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-09-1997

Reported in : (1997)3GLR2397

..... of the opinion that said finding of the learned single judge is grossly erroneous and has resulted into doing injustice and hence deserves to be interfered with in this letters patent appeal. we, therefore, hold that the letter of 16-7-1992 by which the appellant had withdrawn his resignation was received by respondent.12. we have already quoted the term ..... , in the circumstance, the delay in filing the petition could not be said to be grossly inadequate so as to reject his claim.18. thus, we hold that present letters patent appeal will have to be allowed by holding and declaring that termination of services of the present appellant-petitioner and relieving from 21-7-1992 is illegal, and invalid and ..... -1992 and 21-7-1997. he will be entitled to get all other benefits including, periodical increments, bonus and continuity of service on account of his reinstatement.thus, the letters patent appeal stands allowed. but in the facts and circumstances, we direct the parties to bear their own costs.

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Jul 22 1997 (HC)

Vinodchandra Balkrishna Pandit Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-22-1997

Reported in : (1998)1GLR843

s.d. pandit, j.1. vinodchandra b. pandit the original petitioner in s.c.a. no. 3866 of 1984 has preferred this letters patent appeal against the judgment and order passed by the learned single judge on 9.5.1997 by which his petition has been dismissed. 2. the appellant-petitioner joined the respondent- ..... committed by the learned single judge in dismissing the s.c.a. filed by the present appellant. in the circumstances, we do not find any ground to admit this letters patent appeal. we, therefore, summarily reject the same. no order as to costs. 13. appeal summarily dismissed.

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Sep 01 1997 (HC)

Bank of India Vs. Baroda Cables Pvt. Ltd. and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Sep-01-1997

Reported in : [1999]95CompCas356(Guj)

..... interim relief. in these circumstances, in our opinion, the petition cannot be said to be under article 227 of the constitution of india and the letters patent appeal would, therefore, be maintainable. 7. coming to the merits of the matter, it was contended by mr. trivedi, learned counsel for the appellant- ..... the order that the petition was under article 227 of the constitution. the letters patent appeal, therefore, does not lie. we are, however, unable to uphold this contention. it is true that the learned single judge has observed in ..... h. m. parikh and k. c. shah, for the respondents. 6. a preliminary contention was raised by the respondents regarding the maintainability of the letters patent appeal. it was contended that a petition was filed under article 227 of the constitution of india and that even, the learned single judge has also observed in ..... it was ordered to be continued till disposal of the petition. that order was passed on february 27, 1997. it is against that order that the present letters patent appeal is filed. 5. we have heard mr. j. t. trivedi, learned counsel for the appellant and mr. s. n. shelat, instructed by mr. ..... by the learned single judge on february 27, 1997, in special civil application no. 8588 of 1996. 2. a few relevant facts for deciding this letters patent appeal may now be stated : the appellant is bank of india ('the bank', for short). it filed special civil suit no. 89 of 1985, in .....

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Jan 18 1997 (HC)

Kusumben E. Borasada Vs. Govt. of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-18-1997

Reported in : (1997)3GLR2159

..... and at the same time extending such benefits to non-government colleges with faculties, viz., arts, science, commerce, engineering and medicine (other professional non-government colleges) is patently discriminatory. it has further been observed that the state has not discharged the burden of proof cast on it to sustain the differential treatment meted out to one of the ..... government recognized professional colleges (private law colleges). it has further been observed that it is patent that likes have been treated unlike; without proper justification or reason and the private law colleges have been singled out for such discriminatory treatment. the disparity in the ..... , aided private primary schools, though such benefit has been extended to the teachers of private secondary and higher secondary schools and colleges which are recognised and aided, is patently discriminatory and based on no material. the respondent has not discharged the burden of proof cast on it to sustain the differential treatment meted out to teachers of recognised ..... private primary schools receiving grant-in-aid. it is patent that likes have been treated unlike without proper justification or reason, and this class of persons have been singled out for hostile discriminatory treatment. disparity in the service conditions .....

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