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Jul 01 2013 (HC)

M/S. Vajra Plastic Industry Vs. Controller General of Patents

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-01-2013

..... . by its managing partner m.m.paulose. by advs.sri.t.m.raman kartha smt.k.n.sreedevi sri.m.c.sreerenjith sri.arun basil respondents: ------------------------ 1. controller general of patents, trade marks and designs (registrar of trade marks appointed under s.3 of the trade marks act 1999), trade marks division intellectual property bhavan, antop hill post office s.m .....

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Jul 22 2013 (HC)

A.T. Mohanan Vs. Joy Joseph

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-22-2013

..... muppathadam post, aluva-683110.2. nazarudeen.m. @ najharudin s/o. moideen kunju, proprietor a.a.v foods & veberages, iv-50, marottichodu edappally.p.o., cochin-682024.3. controller general of patents trade marks and disigns(registrar of trade marks appointed under s.3 of the trade marks act 199), trade marks division intellectural property bhavan antop hill post office s.m .....

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Dec 04 2013 (HC)

AjithA.P.S Vs. Santhosh Kumar

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-04-2013

..... under the head loss of consortium appears to be on the lower side and we enhance the same to rs.50,000/-. similarly the two minor children had lost their patents at the young age and the mother of the deceased also lost the support of her son at her old age. considering these aspects, the amount of rs.25,000 .....

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Jul 25 2013 (HC)

Ratheesh K.R. Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-25-2013

..... panchayat. thus, whichever way one looks at it, the construction or rather reconstruction work done by the island owners appears to us to be patently illegal, even though the plan as such is not yet prepared under the 2011 notification. the island owners cannot claim protection from the wrath of ..... admittedly, no such permission is obtained. therefore, we have no hesitation in taking the view that the activity of reconstruction which has been done, is patently illegal. in fact, we uphold the contention of the authority in this regard that the activities of the island owner which are tourism related, are ..... the construction was at least partly effected or rather it was begun when the 1991 notification was very much in force. therefore, such constructions are patently illegal. the issue of laches:103. the first writ petition to be filed in relation to the company is w.p.(c).no.19564/11 ..... construction should be in accordance with the wp(c).no.19564/11 & con.cases 21 notification. when construction of the buildings as sought for was patently impermissible, we cannot escape the feeling that the panchayat is paying lip service to the mandate of the notification while countenancing a flagrant breach of ..... has not obtained a development permit as mandated in the building rules. it is pointed out that clearly development work was done and it is patently illegal without a development permit. according to the company, development permit as such is not necessary. wp(c).no.19564/11 & con.cases .....

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Nov 11 2013 (HC)

K.N.Sasidharan Vs. the Registrar of Co-operative Societies

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Nov-11-2013

..... passed by this court under article 226 would not lead to a halt in the proceedings of the election; but would only result in a patent and obvious illegality being plucked out from the election process, ensuring that only validly enrolled members, are conferred with the right to exercise franchise. the ..... the said view once again particularly in the light of the patent illegalities in the rejection of nominations which are wholly unsupportable. further, on the facts of the case, there is no question of adducing any ..... . kottayam co-operative urban bank ltd., (1993 (1) klt644 and other rulings of this court that where the rejection of the nomination papers is patently illegal, this court could interfere under article 226 of the constitution of india and need not always relegate the parties to an election petition. we reiterate ..... section 69 of the act. however, as has been found by a division bench in k.pankajaksha panicker (supra) that where there is a patent illegality and the grounds on which an action is sought to be sustained is wholly unsustainable and in the context of there being no factual disputes ..... the power of this court to interfere under article 226, despite the remedy of section 69 of the act being available, where there are instances of patent illegality has been upheld by a division bench of this court in k.pankajaksha panicker v. n.venugopalan nair [1994 (2) klj8. the petitioners hence .....

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Dec 11 2013 (HC)

G.Pushpalatha Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-11-2013

..... turn over tax under section 5(2) of the kgst act. the original assessment was completed without taking into account the purchase value of opening stock. this was considered as patent error apparent on the face of record falling under section 43. in other words, their lordships held that such a mistake could be rectified by taking recourse to section 43 ..... well. so much so, the original assessment completed without taking into account the purchase value of the opening stock is a patent mistake which could be rectified under section 43. we are of the view that where the assessment is made patently against the mandatory provisions, it could be corrected in rectification proceedings under section 43. in our view, this is a .....

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Jul 25 2013 (HC)

The Union of India Vs. the Kasaragod Dist.Parallel College Assn

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-25-2013

..... tax for services rendered by parallel colleges which indirectly falls on the students, but by simultaneously providing exemption to regular affiliated colleges allowing the students therein study free tax is patently discriminatory and violative of article 14 of the constitution of india. w.a.nos.516/206, etc. -15- 19. the principles stated in the following judgments have been relied upon ..... degree, diploma certificates etc.. thus, when the levy of service tax will indirectly fall upon all students and when exemptions are provided, simultaneously for regular affiliated colleges, it will be patently discriminatory and violative of article 14 of the constitution of india. the question is not only whether there is legislative competence to impose tax on any segment but it should .....

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Jul 16 2013 (HC)

V.D.Xavier and Others Vs. K.C.Kuriakose

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-16-2013

..... respondent have exclusive right over young budding technique.2) the respondent does not claim any patent over young budding technique. in view of the above, the appellants cannot have any apprehension of legal action by the respondent as alleged in the ..... and hearing submissions of the learned counsel on both sides what i find is that neither of the parties could claim any exclusive right or patent over young budding technique. in the above circumstances the learned counsel on both sides have agreed as under:-1) neither the appellants nor the ..... same which he has already done. it is further contended that the respondent has no intention to take any legal action for infringement of his patent right as regards his own method of 'young budding' at present. paragraph 19(c) of the written statement states that the appellants may be ..... since long. while so, there appeared leaflets at the instance of the respondent that he is the inventor of 'young budding' technique and has patent right over the same. the leaflets also threatened persons engaging in young budding technique with legal action. hence the suit r.f.a.no. 313 ..... honest and bonafide use of young budding method of raising rubber saplings and to restrain the respondent, his servants, agents, distributors or any person claiming patent for "young budding" method.3. the appellants alleged that they are running rubber nurseries at various places and are engaged in developing young budding. .....

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Dec 17 2013 (HC)

State Vs. Govindaswamy

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-17-2013

..... showed straw-coloured serous fluid collection- 100 ml. each. heart was normal in size; valves and chambers appeared normal. the inner 2/3 of myocardium was pale. coronary arteries were patent. d. abdominal structures: stomach was 3/4th full with dark red fluid (altered blood), without any unusual smell, mucosa showed erosions at multiple sites. a dislocated tooth was also seen ..... . it cannot be said that the petitioner, who is a public servant, was not aware of the consequences of adducing false evidence. when such evidence, the portion of which was patently false, is adduced, the hands of the court are not fettered in making an observation or finding that the said evidence is false. when those remarks and observations are required .....

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Jul 16 2013 (HC)

Sthanuprasad Vs. Sreekumar

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-16-2013

..... the filthy language used against the complaint therein. the petitioner reserves the right to initiate separate contempt of court proceedings against the other respondents in annexure-iv.7. it is patently evident that the respondent is guilty of contempt of court. he has deliberately, intentionally and wilfully violated the undertaking in terms of anneure-iii and also the direction therein.8 ..... the parassala police officials. on getting information the sub inspector, parassala police station and some police constables removed all the persons in the company including some goondas. thus it is patently evident that the endeavour of this respondent and is to attack these who oppose the functioning of the factory with the aid of goondas.8. it is thus clear that .....

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