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Jul 29 2004 (HC)

Sarojben Wd/O Mangalbhai Somabhai Vaghri Vs. Ramji Mandir Trust

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-29-2004

Reported in : AIR2005Guj5; (2005)3GLR2041

..... pending centering around the dispute, the occupants cannot get benefit under section 23-a of the act. it is the said judgment which is challenged before us in these letters patent appeals.3. mr. murali devnani, learned counsel for the appellants has submitted that when the appellants had gone with the specific case before the deputy collector under section 23-a .....

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Apr 15 2004 (HC)

Jagdishchandra Maganlal Trivedi Vs. State Bank of India

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-15-2004

Reported in : (2005)ILLJ1092Guj

..... , j.1. heard learned sr. counsel mr. yatin oza with mr. sunil k. shah for the appellant and mr. pranav g. desai, learned advocate for the respondent. in this letters patent appeal, the appellant has challenged the oral judgment dated july 8, 1997 delivered by the learned single judge (coram : s.k. keshote, j.) in special civil application no. 4121 of .....

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Aug 12 2004 (HC)

Motibhai R. Chaudhary Chairman Vs. Registrar Co-op. Societies

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-12-2004

Reported in : (2004)3GLR2251

..... .5 to complete the record, the ad-interim order dated 29-6-2004 of the learned single judge (quoted in para 3.1 above) came to be challenged in letters patent appeal no. 1403 of 2004. the appeal was disposed of on 16-7-2004 recording the intervening developments and directing that if the learned single judge passes any order adverse .....

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Jul 23 2004 (HC)

Gujarat State Khadi Gramodyog Board Vs. Gujarat State Khadi Gramodyog ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-23-2004

Reported in : (2005)1GLR24

..... that there is no any even probable and reasonable reasons as to why these two important documents came to be explained and produced before the letters patent court, and not before the learned single judge. the proposition as advanced to avoid the responsibility for payment of benefits to the employees of the ..... the amount of gratuity to the employees of the respondent no.1-board has filed further affidavits in course of the hearing of these letters patent appeals, in support of the contention that only the respondent no.1- board can be held liable and not the respondent no.2-state ..... of the government proposal, manifested in the aforesaid resolutions highlighting the entitlement of the pensioners.63. such 137 persons are the respondents in this letters patent appeal and who are the original petitioners in special civil application no.8674 of 1999, whereas the 25 petitioners, who are the pensioners, who ..... 162 appeals by invocation of clause 15 of the letters patent. and the second group of the original writ petitions involving 25 employees and the main writ petitions being sca no.8687 /99 filed by the ..... commission. the list of such persons came to be produced by the petitioners in the petitions at annexure a.18. in this group of letters patent appeal, there are in all 326 appeals, out of which, the original respondent no.1 board has preferred 164 appeals, whereas government has preferred .....

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Dec 23 2004 (HC)

Legal Heirs and Representative of Decd. Vs. State Bank of India

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-23-2004

Reported in : (2005)3GLR2590

..... of code of civil procedure are not applicable to writ proceedings under art.226/227 of the constitution of india and proceedings of letters patent appeals but according to apex court, such provisions of code of civil procedure can be taken into account as a guide and to adopt ..... that such delay is deliberate. the other side has also not been able to prove that applicants were aware of the proceedings of letters patent appeal, at the time of death of appellant. we have also considered decision as referred to have which is having identical facts wherein the ..... old. all daughters are married since long, residing at their respective matrimonial houses. so, naturally, daughters may not be aware about pendency of letters patent appeal proceedings. similarly, son of the appellant shaileshbhai aged 46 years is also married and residing at canada. therefore, naturally, son of appellant may ..... dismissed by the learned single judge of this court on 8.7.1997. said order dismissing the petition was challenged by petitioner by filing letters patent appeal no. 1323 of 1997 which remained pending before this court for a period of seven years and mean while, appellant was suffering from ..... the ground for not filing such application immediately after death of deceased appellant is that applicants were unaware about pendency of the proceedings of letters patent appeal. the applicants have alleged that they derived knowledge of pendency of the appeal filed by the deceased appellant only on 15.4.2004 .....

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Jul 30 2004 (HC)

Chauhan Ishwarbhai Dudhabhai Vs. State of Gujarat Through Secretary an ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-30-2004

Reported in : (2005)1GLR91

..... the said case cannot have value or effect of any binding precedent and particularly, in view of the decision of the division bench in letters patent appeal no. 80 of 2001 dismissing the petitions of the students of the present institution. the said decision is binding on us and we cannot ..... j. was not carried in appeal, it turned out at the time of argument that, in fact, the petitioners in the said case had preferred letters patent appeal no. 80 of 2001, but it was dismissed by the division bench by its speaking order dated 15th february, 2001 observing as follows :'unauthorised or ..... to hold that the relief as prayed for, could not be granted. he, therefore, dismissed the petition. the petitioners, have therefore, filed this letters patent appeal challenging the said judgment and order dismissing their petition. notice was issued on 21st june, 2004, and in response, affidavit-in-reply has been filed ..... coram : mr. d.m. dharmadhikari, c.j., (as he then was) and mr. c.k. thakker, j. (as he then was)) in letters patent appeal no. 1451 of 1999 :'it is true that ultimately students who had studied in the petitioner's institution had to suffer, but there is no way out. ..... m. mehta, j. by his judgment and order dated 5th april, 2004. the appellants, have therefore, filed this appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent challenging the said judgment and order.2. the appellants and other students came to be admitted by sharirik shikshan mahavidyalaya run by shri jagdeep education trust - .....

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Aug 10 2004 (HC)

Municipal Nokariyat Mandal Vs. Municipal Corporation of the City of Bh ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-10-2004

Reported in : [2005(106)FLR267]; (2005)1GLR686; (2005)IILLJ737Guj

..... relief that has been granted in this appeal shall operate and stand extended till the filing of the undertaking, as aforesaid.12. accordingly, the letters patent appeal is disposed of in the above terms with no order as to costs and in view of the order passed in the appeal, special civil ..... agreed to make payment by instalments, we are of the view that ends for justice will meet to pass appropriate orders while disposing of this letters patent appeal so that even the main petition filed by the appellant does not survive. in our view, as per the award passed by the labour ..... rule 46, etc. however, we are not required to consider the effect of the order passed by the learned single judge while deciding the present letters patent appeal.6. after the notice was issued in the present appeal, shri mahendra pandya, chief accountant of the bhavnagar municipal corporation has filed affidavit dated 1 ..... amount available to the respective employees as per the recovery certificates issued by the labour court.4. as observed, that the appellant has filed letters patent appeal only in respect of not granting relief in favour of the petitioner while issuing notice as per order dated 9-7-2004 and the division ..... relief prayed for in paragraph 7(c) of the petition while issuing notice, which was made returnable on 9-8-2004. while filing this letters patent appeal, the appellant original petitioner has also annexed the copy of the order passed by the learned single judge and the copy of the petition filed .....

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Mar 31 2004 (HC)

Uco Bank Vs. Rajnikant A. Sachania

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-31-2004

Reported in : [2004(102)FLR895]

..... with the view taken by the learned single judge. no error has been pointed out in the impugned judgment. therefore, there is no substance in the present appeal. this letters patent appeal is dismissed accordingly.in view of the above order on the appeal, civil application no. 2133 of 2004 shall not survive and the same is, therefore, disposed of accordingly ..... bhawani singh, c.j.1. this letters patent appeal is directed against the oral judgment delivered by the learned single judge of this court (coram : r.k. abichandani,j.) on 28.8.2003. learned single judge allowed the .....

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Oct 11 2004 (HC)

Somabhai Devabhai Chauhan Vs. Divisional Controller S.T. Corporation

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-11-2004

Reported in : [2005(106)FLR493]

..... for the parties, the appeal is taken up for final hearing today and is decided by this judgment.3. instant appeal which is filed under clause 15 of the letters patent is directed against judgment and order dated 15.7.2002 rendered by learned single judge in special civil application no. 6423 of 2002 by which, while allowing the petition partly .....

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Aug 18 2004 (HC)

Bipinchandra Gamanlal Chokshi Vs. Competent Authority Under Safema

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-18-2004

Reported in : (2005)1GLR458

..... , they are subjected to order under section 7 of safema in view of the detention order passed against petitioner no.1. as long as letters patent appeal of petitioner no.1 is pending, wherein he has challenged the detention order, naturally, the authority cannot proceed against petitioners 2 to 4 for ..... further for the purpose of forfeiting the property of the petitioners on the basis of the order passed by the competent authority as long as the letters patent appeal is pending. it is, no doubt, true that, in a given case, even if alternative remedy is available, this court, under article 226 ..... of the learned single judge on question of law is upset by the supreme court, that point is available to the petitioners in the pending letters patent appeal for attacking the detention order in question, but this petition for challenging the detention order on some additional grounds, in my view, is not ..... against them for forfeiting their properties. however, as stated earlier, when the detention order of petitioner no.1 is already the subject matter of letters patent appeal and when the detention order of petitioner no.1 holds the field as on today, on the same grounds, challenge to the said order, ..... because, so far as the present petitioners are concerned, the detention order of petitioner no.1 has become final subject to the decision in the letters patent appeal. as a coordinate court, it is not open for this court to take a different view in connection with the detention order passed against .....

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