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Sep 21 2002 (HC)

State of Gujarat Vs. Nirmalaben Waghela, President

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Sep-21-2002

Reported in : (2003)4GLR320

order1. the present petition is preferred by the petitioner against the show cause notice dtd. 6.6.2002, issued by the state government under sec. 263(1) for the dissolution of the porbandar municipality.2. heard mr.nanavaty, sr. counsel for the petitioner with mr.a.r.thakkar, for the petitioner.3. mr.nanavati for the petitioner submitted that, the state government has no authority to give direction to the president of the municipality, to convene the general board meeting and he further contended that, the ground mentioned in the show cause notice cannot be said to be valid ground in the eyes of law for the purpose of attracting the powers under sec. 263 of the act.4. mr.nanavaty also submitted that, out of the political mala fide, with a view to see that, the elected board which is having majority, of opposite political party to the state level, is removed, the action is taken.5. mr.nanavati also submitted that, the details of the allegations are not mentioned and therefore, he submitted that, the show cause notice should be quashed and set aside since, it is without any authority.6. considering the over all facts and circumstances of the case, i am of the view that, it is not necessary for this court to examine the question raised by the petitioner at this stage, more particularly, because, the proceedings are at show cause notice stage and the state has yet to take the final decision in the matter.7. it may be noted that, mr.nanavati during the course of hearing, has .....

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Feb 14 2002 (HC)

Krupaben B. Trivedi Vs. State of Gujarat and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-14-2002

Reported in : (2002)2GLR1631

order the tenure of smt. krupaben b. trivedi, as the gujarat affiliated colleges services tribunal, is brought to an end with immediate effect. by the order of and in the name of the governor of gujarat. (r. a. dave) deputy secretary to the government, department of education (rendered into english from gujarati) 9. the learned single judge, by the order under appeal, rejected the contentions advanced on behalf of the petitioner that the statutory rules do not regulate the terms and conditions of a person appointed as tribunal from bar. the learned single judge came to the conclusion as under :'..... in view of the statutory provision governing the service conditionof the petitioner, the government could not have prescribed the term of appointment which was contrary to the statutory provision. if such a contract has been entered into, the same being contrary to the statutory provisions, shall have no binding effect and the statutory provision shall prevail over the terms and conditions stipulated under the aforesaid government resolution.'so far as the resolution of the government dated 29-12-1997 which was passed during the pendency of the public interest litigation for regulating the terms and conditions of such services of the petitioner is concerned, the learned single judge made the following observations :'it is contended that after the appointment of persons to various tribunals as discussed hereinabove, for a long time the service conditions of such persons were not .....

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Jan 09 2002 (HC)

Food Corporation of India Vs. Gandhidham Municipality

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-09-2002

Reported in : (2002)2GLR917

jayant patel, j. 1. the present appeal is preferred against the order, dated 17-8-1994 passed by the learned single judge of this court (coram : a. p. ravani, j.), in special civil application no. 12701 of 1993 whereby the petition came to be rejected. the division bench of this court had admitted this appeal on 24-11-1994 and it is reported to us that pending this appeal the appellant-corporation has continued to pay the municipal taxes to the respondent-municipality. 2. on behalf of the appellant-corporation mr. n. k. pahwa for mr. p. m. thakkar raised the contention that the food corporation of india, being an instrumentality of the state government, is not liable to pay municipal taxes in view of article 285 of the constitution. this contention in substance, is that the land was originally owned by government of india and the said land is given to the appellant-corporation for the purpose of construction of godowns and the appellant-corporation is a statutory corporation, no doubt, is owned by government of india, and therefore, in view of section 99 of the gujarat municipalities act read with article 285 of the constitution no tax can be levied upon the property constructed by the appellant-corporation. 3. another contention raised by mr. pahwa is that since in respect of the some part of the property they are holding the land allotted by kandla port trust, and the tenure of the land is on leave and licence basis, and such tenure of the licence has not exceeded 11 months .....

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Jan 10 2002 (HC)

Municipal Corporation of the City of Surat Vs. B.M. Transport and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-10-2002

Reported in : AIR2002Guj306; (2002)2GLR1591

b.c. patel, j. 1. appellant-municipal corporation of city of surat (hereinafter to be referred to as 'the corporation') has preferred these appeals against the common judgment delivered by the learned single judge in special civil application nos. 8482, 6859, 6835 and 7631 of 1990 on 1-2-1996. 2. the original petitioners who are respondents in these appeals except the indian oil corporation (hereinafter to be referred to as 'the i.o.c.') were transporters and were engaged in transporting the products of i.o.c. through their tankers. while transporting the products of the i.o.c., drivers of the tankers were required to pass through the limits of the corporation and the corporation was thus entitled to levy the octroi. in the case of export of the same material, the corporation was duty-bound to refund the amount. however, to make the procedure easy and to facilitate the transporters, it seems that the commissioner of the corporation exercised powers under the provisions contained in bombay provincial municipal corporations act, 1949 (hereinafter to be referred to as 'the b.p.m.c. act') and under the standing orders framed under section 466(1) read with section 147 made provision for supervision charges to be collected from the transporters for carrying the goods through the limits of the corporation under the supervision of the staff of the corporation without paying octroi. it appears that initially, the corporation was charging rs. 2/- and the rate was increased thereafter .....

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May 06 2002 (HC)

Shantilal K. Solanki Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : May-06-2002

Reported in : (2002)3GLR569

..... -original applicant approached before us could not be served on him as the tribunal found the delay of five years which is, in the light of the aforesaid aspect, is patently, if not latently, erroneous and militating the manifestation articulated in the aforesaid circular of the railway board. as observed hereinabove, it is also noticed by us that the tribunal was .....

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Feb 01 2002 (HC)

Pravinbhai Jagjivandas Mehta Vs. Officine Lovato S.P.A.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-01-2002

Reported in : 2002(25)PTC161(Guj)

..... before the plaintiff applied for registration under the designs act or the copyright act. the first defendant has also produced certificates of registrations of the designs, which are. registered with patent office (design office) of india informing the first defendant on 12th july 2001.7.2. the first defendant has denied the plaintiffs averments that he has spent huge amounts for .....

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Aug 19 2002 (HC)

Jansukhlal Chhaganlal Nagori Vs. Regional Manager, Union Bank of India

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-19-2002

Reported in : (2003)1GLR614; (2003)IILLJ451Guj

..... . 3052 of 1988, which was dismissed by the learned single judge of this court by judgment dated 22nd june, 1988. against the judgment dismissing the petition, the petitioner preferred letters patent appeal before the division bench of this court which was also dismissed and the order terminating the service of the petition has become final as no further proceedings were preferred .....

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Sep 30 2002 (HC)

Food Corporation of India Employees' Association Vs. Food Corporation ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Sep-30-2002

Reported in : (2003)2GLR1013

..... the norm of normal losses at 0.5%. 4. aggrieved by the aforesaid order insofar as the petitioner-union's challenges were negatived at the threshold, the petitioner preferred letters patent appeal no. 199 of 2002. by order dated 25-6-2002, the division bench left it open to the petitioner to challenge the above circular no. 3, but on the .....

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Oct 17 2002 (HC)

Essar Steel Ltd. Vs. Gramercy Emerging Market Fund

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-17-2002

Reported in : [2003]116CompCas248(Guj)

..... judge decides a controversy which affects valuable rights of one of the parties, it must be treated to be a judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent. accordingly to the learned senior counsel, important issues came to be decided under the impugned order and therefore, the appeal would lie against it.' 8. the learned senior counsel appearing ..... the indian companies act, 1913 (which corresponded to section 483 of the said act), it was not necessary that it must satisfy the requirements of clause 15 of the letters patent, that it should a 'judgment' within the meaning of that clause. in that case, the court was concerned with the order of confirmation of sale in course of administration where .....

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Aug 06 2002 (HC)

Pravinbhai Jagjivandas Mehta Vs. Officine Lovato S.P.A.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-06-2002

Reported in : 2002(25)PTC398(Guj)

..... in question, even before the appellant applied, for registration under the designs act or the copyright act, were also produced. the certificates of registrations of the designs, registered with the patent office (design office) were also relied upon. according to the respondent no. 1, on coming to know about the designs of the appellant, it deputed three persons to meet the .....

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