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Dec 10 1986 (HC)

Director of Inspection and ors. Vs. K.C. and Co. and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Dec-10-1986

Reported in : (1987)64CTR(J& K)148,[1990]185ITR475(J& K)

1. these three letters patent appeals are directed against the orders passed by the learned single judge of this court dated october 24, 1986.2. it appears that the petitioners before the learned single judge .....

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Nov 20 1986 (HC)

University of Kashmir Vs. Mohammad Ashraf Arm

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Nov-20-1986

Reported in : AIR1988J& K36

..... defendants to indicate it in their written statement as to how the plaintiffs suit was misconceived, or why cause of action had not accrued to him? the written statement is patently silent about it. it was argued by mr. bhan that the inquiry committee of the university was a quasi judicial body and, therefore, suit could not lie against it. this .....

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Jul 14 1986 (HC)

Smt. Kamla Devi Vs. Balbir Singh

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Jul-14-1986

Reported in : AIR1987J& K63

..... misc. appeal no. 6 of 1973 before this court which was dismissed on 12-1-1978 (reported in air 1979 j & k 4) whereafter the wife filed the present letters patent appeal. the respondent submitted that l.p.a. no. 7 of 1978 : (reported in air 1981 j & k 70) was not competent in view of the judgment of this court .....

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Jul 10 1986 (HC)

Firm, Ahmad Ali Khatai Vs. Sheikh Gh. Qadir

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Jul-10-1986

Reported in : 1988CriLJ519

..... false representation in order to do an act which the victim would not do otherwise if aware that such representation is not true. the manner of fraud played should be patently narrated in the complaint in order to make it clear that the person represented was not factually true and because of such false pretendence the person (victim) got influenced to ..... do an act what he would not have done in ordinary course. the fraudulent intention of accused must be patent on the face of the complaint. if the case in hand is tested on the above analysis, it is easy to conclude that no deception has been played on the ..... case.15. for the reasons given, i am of the opinion that the court below has erred in issuing process under section 420, r.p.c. against the petitioners which patently appears abuse of process of the court and attracts provisions of section 561-a, cr.p.c. to quash the same.16. the result is that the petition under section .....

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Feb 26 1986 (HC)

Krishan Kaur Vs. Kartar Singh

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Feb-26-1986

Reported in : 1988CriLJ717

..... order made therein. unless, it looks into the evidence, how can the revisional court return a finding as to correctness, legality or propriety of an order or proceeding. if a patently erroneous and perverse order is passed by a trial court, and appeal is provided for against such order or finding, it becomes the bounden duty of the revisional court to .....

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Aug 07 1986 (HC)

Gurdas Ram and Co. and ors., Etc. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Aug-07-1986

Reported in : AIR1988J& K42

orderk.k. gupta, j. 1. both the above referred petitions involved same point of law and the facts are also identical and as such i propose to dispose of the same by this common judgment. 2. petitioners have challenged in these petitions order communicated to them by the deputy director military farms under letter no. 40131/ mf (db) tribunal dated 16-11-1984 rejecting their claims in both the cases for revision of rates in respect of their contracts in regard to supply of buffalo milk to military farms, being illegal, arbitrary, unjust, based on extraneous considerations and contrary to the binding award/ recommendations and findings of the tribunal appointed by respondent no. 1. in writ petition no. 27 of 1985 the contract pertains to supply of buffalo milk to military farms at baramulla and rajouri, whereas in writ petition no. 28 of 1985 it pertains to military farms at jammu and srinagar. 3. petitioner's case is that sealed tenders were invited by the dy. director military farms northern command, respondent no, 3 herein, for and/on behalf of the president of india for daily supply of buffalo milk to military farms for the period commencing jan. 11, 1980 and ending 30th sept. 1982. they offered the lowest rates for the said supply and after some formal negotiations milk contracts were sanctioned in their favour. the terms and conditions of the said contracts were duly signed by them and respondent no. 3. there was a revision clause in the said agreement which provided for .....

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