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Dec 04 1964 (HC)

Ahmed G. H. Ariff Vs. Commissioner of Wealth-tax, CalcuttA.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-04-1964

Reported in : [1966]59ITR230(Cal)

..... assessee -'(1) any property held by him under trust or other legal obligation for any public purpose of a charitable or religious nature in india;..(v) the rights under any patent or copyright belonging to the assessee :provided that they are not held by him as assets of a business, profession or vocation and no income or benefit accrues to him ..... personal rights which cannot be called either movable or immovable property. besides section 5(1) (v) goes to show that right under patents or copyrights would also fall within the description of property. it is well known that a patent is a chose-in-action and 'copyright is the sole right to produce or reproduce a work which is capable of being .....

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Sep 11 1964 (HC)

Royal Nepal Airline Corporation and anr. Vs. Monorama Meher Singh Legh ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Sep-11-1964

Reported in : AIR1966Cal319,69CWN767

..... state had waived its right of immunity by entering an unconditional appearance and by filing an application for revocation of leave under clause 12 of the letters patent wherein the above preliminary points were also put forward. this judgment was upset in appeal. after examining the group of sections86-87 etc. lahiri c ..... a decision which touches the very foundation of the controversy between the parties amounting to a judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent. 131. in my opinion, the plea that the suit is not maintainable in the absence of consent of the central government to its institution under ..... for the appellant the first appeal was not incompetent on the ground that there was no judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent of this court nor was there any question of waiver. there being no provision in the code of civil procedure for entering a conditional appearance and ..... are disposed to uphold this objection on the ground that such an order is not a judgment within the meaning of section 15 of the letters patent.'then after referring to some authorities the order concluded with the following words: 'we refer to a full bench the question whether an appeal lies ..... of the principles enunciated in the various cases cited, the order of mallick, j. is a judgment within the meaning of clause 15 of the letters patent. it appears to me that this question whether the order of mallick, j. dated the 26th may 1964 is appealable or not is not free from .....

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May 15 1964 (HC)

In Re: Standard General Assurance Co. Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-15-1964

Reported in : AIR1965Cal16

..... ground that it was just and equitable to wind up the company. jessel, m. r., held that the memorandum was simply to buy the german patent and to work it with or without improvements. the grounds for the decision in this case was that the substratum of the company was gone and therefore it should be ..... company was formed. the object for which the company was formed was for working a german patent for manufacturing coffee from dates. this patent was never granted, but the company purchased a swedish patent and also established works in hamburgh where they made and sold coffee without a patent. it was in these circumstances that an order for winding up was made on the .....

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Dec 23 1964 (HC)

Parry's (Calcutta) Employee's Union Vs. Parry and Co. Ltd. and Ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-23-1964

Reported in : AIR1966Cal31,(1966)ILLJ535Cal

..... assumed that the so-called reorganisation was confined only to calcutta. the supreme court pointed out that it was really surprising that such a patently erroneous assumption should have been made by the labour court in view of the evidence adduced before it and it was thus quite clear that ..... proceedings, as for example, when it is based on clear ignorance or disregard of the provisions of law. in other words, it is a patent error which can be corrected by certiorari but not a mere wrong decision. 45. the same principle has been reiterated by the supreme court in ..... then this court should not interfere with the findings. in my opinion, this contention is much too wide for acceptance. if the findings are patently wrong, this court has jurisdiction to interfere with the findings.'38. the learned judge then dealt with the finding of the tribunal as to whether ..... company and also of east indian distilleries and factories ltd., an allied concern of the petitioner company. in so doing the tribunal fell into a patent error.'31. then the learned judge proceeded to consider the question whether the respondent company had taken the decision to retrench not on commercial considerations ..... management function by questioning the propriety of the reorganisation and (ii) that in drawing its conclusions the tribunal started with wrong premises and fell into patent errors. 28. in support of this contention the learned advocate for the appellant relied on the decision of the supreme court in the case of .....

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Jul 31 1964 (HC)

Sudhir Kumar Mondal Vs. Abhoy Pada Saha

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-31-1964

Reported in : AIR1966Cal141

..... the reasons for this revision. an attempt was, accordingly, made to bring forth such interim report, if any, from the government of india, but to no success. it is, however, patent that no such interim report was ever published by the government. we also gave both parties the liberty to take steps for bringing before the court any such interim report ..... scheduled castes order refers to a caste other than the 'sunri' caste and not a group or sub-caste within the larger caste 'sunri'. this interpretation of the item is patently erroneous. the words 'parts of or groups within' are wide enough to refer to any determinate part of a caste which may be referred to by surname or otherwise, and ..... , respondent belongs to the saha-sunri sub-caste. he further states that there is no social intercourse between the sunri sub-caste and the saha sub-caste. one thing is patent from the deposition of this witness, namely, that the sunri sub-caste has no surname of its own and that the witness who claims to belong to the sunri sub .....

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Sep 22 1964 (HC)

In Re: Bengal Luxmi Cotton Mills Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Sep-22-1964

Reported in : [1965]35CompCas187(Cal),69CWN137

..... relief should be granted in an interlocutory application in the suit. if it is manifestly clear that the petition under section 397 and section 398 cannot be maintained because of patent defects arising from non-compliance with the statute or the rules or because the court has no jurisdiction to entertain the petition, an order for ad interim relief should be ..... can the respondent oppose an application for interim relief on the ground that the applicant has no right or that the court has no jurisdiction. indeed if there is a patent defect of that nature, namely, that on the petition as it is, the petitioners have no right to apply, or that the. court has no jurisdiction to entertain the petition ..... , it is the duty of the court to decline to make any interim order. but in my view there is no such patent defect in the petition under section 397 and section 398. in an appropriate case it would be open to the respondents, in a petition under section 397 and section 398 .....

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Jun 12 1964 (HC)

Surjit Singh Atwal Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jun-12-1964

Reported in : AIR1965Cal191

..... the cause of action as pleaded in paragraph 5 hereof arose within the said jurisdiction the plaintiff has been advised to ask for leave under clause 12 of the letters patent.'2. the suit was filed on 24th january, 1951. the union of india on being served with the summons, made an application under section 34 of the indian arbitration act ..... the cause of action. it is expressly stated that the said agreement constitutes a part of the cause of action. on that basis, leave under clause 12 of the letters patent has been obtained for filing this suit in this court. had the whole cause of action been alleged to have arisen in calcutta by reason of the contract having been .....

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Mar 10 1964 (HC)

Nanda Rani Dassi Vs. Badi Bala Debi

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-10-1964

Reported in : AIR1964Cal438,68CWN585

..... civil jurisdiction need not be accompanied by a copy of the decree appealed against, just as under the rules of this court an appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent from my judgment need not be accompanied by a copy thereof. still, in that rangoon case, the time taken for a copy each of the judgment and the decree is ..... orderbijayesh mukherji, j.1. here is an application dated february 20, 1964 for leave to appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent from a judgment rendered by me on december 6, 1963. the application is, therefore far more than sixty days, the prescribed period of limitation, to be exact, seventy-six days, .....

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Jan 31 1964 (HC)

The State Vs. Raghu Ram and anr.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-31-1964

Reported in : AIR1964Cal445,1964CriLJ407

..... convictions and sentences were allowed to occur by violating clear provisions of criminal procedure code and also of m. v. act which i have discussed in detail above.26. it is also patent from the matters appearing on the record that all those illegalities and irregularities flowed from the manner of holding mobile court on the road side away from the facilities available ..... has contended that by the manner of holding a mobile court on the road side way, from the usual court premises there have occasioned many irregularities, some of which are patent illegalities and some others improprieties of grave import that in their very nature do cause and has in fact caused in this case serious prejudice to the accused persons, rendering .....

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Jun 19 1964 (HC)

Brahmananda Sharma Vs. Gajapati Nath Dey and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jun-19-1964

Reported in : AIR1965Cal492,69CWN7,[1965]58ITR579(Cal)

..... be utilised to correct errors apparent on the face of the record, which meant errors of law, such as were patent on the face of the record of the inferior tribunal, and would not include--(i) an error of fact, however, patent on the face of the record: or (ii) an error of law which was not 'apparent on the face of .....

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