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Mar 27 1907 (PC)

Laliteshwar Singh Vs. Rameshwar Singh

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-27-1907

Reported in : (1907)ILR34Cal619

..... under section 9 of the high courts act, 1861, upon which reliance is placed, the powers of this court are defined and controlled by the letters patent. in the third place, section 38 of the charter of the supreme court which authorised that court to frame rules of practice, required the rules to ..... counsel for the plaintiff relied upon section 9 of the high court's act 1861 which provides that the high court to be established by letters patent shall have and exercise all jurisdiction and every power and authority whatsoever in any manner vested in the courts abolished under section 8, one of which ..... there is considerable force in the contention of the defendant that if such a wide construction as this was placed upon clause 37 of the letters patent, it would enable the court to delegate the exercise of all its judicial functions to its subordinate officers. it may further be suggested that clause 37 ..... this judicial act could be delegated to an officer of the court. it was suggested on behalf of the plaintiff that clause 37 of the letters patent is wide enough to cover the matter. clause 37 empowers the court to make rules and orders for the purpose of regulating all proceedings in civil ..... act (that is, 24 and 25 vict, cap. 104) for establishing high courts of judicature in india may make such rules, consistent with the letters patent establishing it, to regulate its own procedure in the exercise of its original civil jurisdiction as it shall think fit.' it is obvious that the rule in .....

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Jul 19 1907 (PC)

Rai Benode Behari Bose and ors. Vs. Rai Pasupati Nath Bose

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-19-1907

Reported in : 4Ind.Cas.329

..... appeal, viz., whether the judgment of the learned judge remanding the whole case is a judgment within the meaning of section 15 of charter act, has been followed in letters patent 40 of 1907 decided on the 11th august 1908 by rampini, a.c.j. and doss, j.--ed.] ..... 1. this is a letters patent appeal against a decision of mr. justice brett dated the 1st may, 1907.2. the suit is one brought by the plaintiff to establish his right to the passage of .....

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Mar 23 1907 (PC)

Begu Singh Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-23-1907

Reported in : (1907)ILR34Cal551

..... some offence in contempt of the court's authority or against public justice which deserved punishment. the commission of the offence and the desirability of a prosecution should be so patent as to move the court at the time to take action without the stimulus of an application by some interested person.24. applying this view of the section to the .....

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Jul 15 1907 (PC)

Dindayal Mozumdar Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-15-1907

Reported in : (1907)ILR34Cal935

..... down.4. if the existence of the, right in a party in a proceeding under section 107 of the code be denied by the opposite party and is not quite patent, an endeavour should be made to ascertain, for the purposes of the proceeding, the respective rights and liabilities of the parties. to leave all questions of civil rights, however easy .....

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Jul 16 1907 (PC)

Balaram Vs. Mangta Dass

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-16-1907

Reported in : (1907)ILR34Cal941

..... its decision on that ground, provided that the opposite party is given adequate opportunity to be heard on the point. in either case, however, the bar of limitation must be patent on the face of the proceedings.16. as regards the plea of limitation in this particular case, there can be no possible controversy that it must prevail. the mortgage by .....

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Jul 29 1907 (PC)

Tribeni Sahu Vs. Bhagwat Bux

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-29-1907

Reported in : (1907)ILR34Cal1037

..... under certain circumstances and subject to certain conditions to stay execution of its own decrees while those decrees are under appeal.' the last sentence merely stated a fact which was patent from section 546 itself. there was no suggestion in the judgment that the appellate court had no jurisdiction to pass a similar order under section 546 of the civil procedure code. in .....

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