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Apr 12 1940 (PC)

Babu Dhirendra Nath Roy Vs. Ijjetali Miah and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1940Cal423

..... accordance with what has been laid down in well known english cases.7. in in re hale's patent (1920) 2 ch. 377 there was a dispute regarding compensation to be paid for the use of a certain patent by the government department. under the patents and designs act of 1907 such dispute was to be settled by the treasury. by the act .....

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Jul 24 1979 (HC)

Euresian Equipments and Chemicals Ltd. and ors. Vs. the Collector of C ...

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1980Cal188,1979(2)CHN248,1980(6)ELT38(Cal)

..... human, animal or plant life or health; (l) the protection of national treasures of artistic, historic or archaeological value; (m) the conservation of exhaustible natural resources; (n) the protection of patents, trade marks and copy-rights; (o) the prevention of deceptive practices; (p) the carrying on of foreign trade in any goods by the state, or by a corporation owned or .....

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Nov 27 1998 (HC)

Food Corporation of India Vs. Williamson Magor and Co. Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1999)1CALLT331(HC),1999(1)CHN220

..... course, single and exclusive; but occupation may be shared with others or had on behalf of others.'see willis' case, 1965) 1q.b.140 at 148, referring also to hills(patents), 1956) 1q.b-90 at 99 (lines 5 to 7).37. our section uses both the words, possession and occupation. possession is a more formal legal word than occupation. the .....

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Apr 27 1906 (PC)

Royzuddi Sheik Vs. Kali Nath Mookerjee

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1906)ILR33Cal985

..... beav. 153, ross v. army and navy hotel co. (1886) 31 ch d. 43, in re queensland land of coal co. (1891) 3 ch 181, and in re johnston foreign patents co. (1904) 2 ch. 234, show that a security, though defective as a legal mortgage, may be enforceable in equity, if it shows an intention to create a charge. this .....

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Mar 21 1983 (HC)

W.H. Targett and Co. Ltd. Vs. Wall Street Investment P. Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : [1986]59CompCas335(Cal)

..... ) to deal in real and personal property and rights of all kinds, and in particular, lands, buildings, hereditaments, businesses, concerns and undertakings, debenture-stocks, mortgages, debentures, produce, concessions, options, contracts, patents, annuities, licences, privileges and choices in action of all kinds, including any interest in real or personal property.' 8. he also referred to section 23 of the monopolies and restrictive .....

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Aug 25 1954 (HC)

Achut Anant Pai Vs. Governor General-in-council

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1955Cal331

..... the supreme court held that an order of transfer under clause 13 does not involve any adjudication. it is not a 'judgment' under clause 15, letters patent and is not appealable.27. in the circumstances i fail to see how can an order of transfer under clause 13 be said to adjudicate on the question ..... which had jurisdiction to try such suit, and further it is a condition precedent to the exercise of the power of transfer under clause 13, letters patent that the court in which the suit is originally filed has jurisdiction to entertain and try such suit. so when the order for transfer of the present ..... . it has also been contended by mr. a. c. mitra the learned counsel for the plaintiff with reference to the wordings of clause 13, letters patent that clause 13 presupposes that a suit which is sought to be removed or transferred to this court from a court subordinate to the high court was a ..... cases of the calcutta high court and other high courts which also have held that there may be waiver of objection to jurisdiction in cases instituted under clause 12, letters patent. see -- 'a. j. king v. secretary of state', 35 cal 394 (m); -- 'saraswati v. biraj mohini', 17 cal wn 512 (n); -- 'shama kanta v. ..... of filing its written statement.(ii) in june 1945, the plaintiff applied to this court for transfer of the suit under clause 13 of the letters patent and a copy of the plaint was annexed to the petition. the defendant did not file any affidavit in opposition nor did it appear at the hearing .....

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Apr 26 1999 (HC)

Polar Industries Ltd. Vs. Usha International Ltd. and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR2000Cal119,(2000)2CALLT162(HC)

..... ' (see page 16 of the judgment).15. mr. chakraborty on the other hand relied on the case of 'dunlop rubber co. ltd. v. golf ball developments ltd.': 48 reports of patent, design and trade mark cases 268, where mr. justice farwell construing the provisions of the english act held (at page 279 of the report) as follows :'......again in this section ..... the commonest and most ordinary thing--the one thing must be an exact reproduction of the other; and the old view which one had in dealing with patents as to a thing being simply a colourable departure is no longer applicable. in order to come within the act of parliament it must be the exact thing: and any ..... people from taking the most ordinary thing in the word and making it peculiar to themselves, is that you must recognise the fact that the principles which guide us in patent cases are not applicable here. therefore in order to come within the act of parliament and i think you may come within the act of parliament in the case of ..... 'solely by the eye' (see section 2(5) of the said act).12. the house of lords in the case of 'gramophone company ltd. magazins holder company' : 28 reports of patent, design and trade mark cases 221 dealt with an action for infringement of design under the english act. earl of halsbury in his concurring speech (at page 226 of the .....

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Apr 11 1963 (HC)

Thacker's Press and Directories Ltd. Vs. Metropolitan Bank Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1963Cal515

..... on the meaning of the expression 'final order' in article 133 of the constitution in recent cases viz., -- appeal no. 135 of 1961 -- farbeniebriken bayer aktiengesellschaft v. joint controller of patents and designs decided on february 20, 1953 : : air1963cal433 and in appeal no. 66 of 1961 pankaj kumar pakhira v. nanibala pakhira decided on april 2, 1963 : : air1963cal524 . broadly speaking,'an .....

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May 19 1896 (PC)

In Re: Inventions and Designs Act, 1888; in Re: an Alleged Invention o ...

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1896)ILR23Cal702

..... subsequently makes the same discovery and takes out a patent for it. that would be the consequence of the principle for which the defendant is driven to contend.27. the principle which seems to be the ..... action would lie against them. * * * *now see what that comes to. if any man makes a discovery, and uses it without taking out a patent and does not announce it by sound of trumpet, or calling on the public as spectators, he must suspend the use of his discovery, if another person ..... of manufacturing articles in common use may be said to be new manufactures in one of the common acceptations of the words. three-fourths of the patents granted since the statute are for methods of operating and of manufacturing, producing no new substance and employing no new machinery.' assuming then that the terms ..... as used in the statutes of james, and he makes the following observation: 'when the effect produced is some new substance or composition of things the patent ought to be for such new, substance or composition without regard to the mechanism or process by which it is produced; when the effect produced is no ..... 'and whereas at the commencement of the said partnership it was agreed between the said parties that the benefit of the said invention and of any patent which might be obtained in respect thereof should form par of the partnership property, and should be enjoyed by the parties in equal shares.'11. and .....

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Nov 18 1986 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. B.N. Elias and Co. (P.) Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1987)59CTR(Cal)246,[1987]168ITR190(Cal)

..... of revenue expenditure. the whole object of the agreement was to obtain the benefit of technical assistance for running the business and restricting the licence for a limited use of patent rights. it was found that the foreign company had not parted with technical knowledge absolutely in favour of the assessee and had not sold their secret processes to the assessee ..... any succeeding five-year period. under the agreement, the foreign company granted to the assessee an exclusive licence for the manufacture of certain specified apparatus and material covered by foreign patents with the help of information furnished by the foreign company and also a licence to sell the apparatus and material manufactured throughout the world excepting u.s.a. and canada ..... either party on one year's notice. in ciba, of india ltd. : [1968]69itr692(sc) , on the expiry of the agreement, the assessee would have no right to use the patent and trade marks and would return to the supplier copies of all information and technical know-how. in the instant case, there was no specific clause for return of the .....

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