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Mar 17 1982 (HC)

Hindusthan Electrographites Ltd. Vs. Inspecting Assistant Commissioner ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : [1984]145ITR84(MP)

..... sent by the french company, on 4th february, 1980. this technical advice was necessary for enabling the petitioner to modify its furnaces so as to make them workable under the patents and know-how made available to the petitioner by the french company, vide agreement (annex. a). this transaction did not fall within article vii of the adt. it squarely fell ..... context of the pntire letter and the earlier agreement (annex. a) clearly indicated that the charge was made by the french company not as consideration for the use of its patents or for information or know-how but for such technical or professional services which were necessary to enable the petitioner to adopt the modified design in the. existing furnaces used ..... term 'royalties' means payments of any kind received as consideration for the use of, or for the right to use, any copyrights of literary, artistic or scientific works, cinematographic films. patents, models, designs, plans, secret processes or formulae, trade marks or for the use of, or for the right to use, industrial, commercial or scientific equipment or for information concerning industrial ..... xv and xvi of the adt, respectively. 11. the petitioner and the french company had already entered into an agreement for transfer of patents and know-how, vide, annex. a. but the furnaces for baking and graphitisation, the patents and know-how of which was made available to the petitioner, were of different design. the french company, therefore, wrote to the petitioner .....

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Feb 16 1996 (HC)

Bindeshwari Prasad Singh Vs. M.P. State Mining Corporation and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : 1997(1)MPLJ244

..... of the same, to treat and render marketable such of the aforesaid and any other minerals as are capable of commercial exploitation; to apply for purchase or otherwise acquire any patents, licences and like rights etc. conferring exclusive or non-exclusive or limited rights, to use any secret or other information as to any invention which may seem capable of being .....

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Oct 03 2002 (HC)

Laxminarayan Vs. Shivlal Gujar and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR2003MP49; [2004(1)JCR203(MP)]; 2002(4)MPHT463

..... hold that the law laid down in the case of sachish chandra jain (supra), that substitution of section 100a of thecode affects the letters patent appeals which have been preferred prior to 1-7-2002 and are pending for adjudication and hence, not maintainable, does not correctly state the ..... that aspect we think it appropriate to dissect whether section 100a of the code affects the pending appeals preferred under clause 10 of the letters patent. submission of mr. kale and mr. agrawal, the learned senior counsel is that the language employed in the said provision being quite clear, ..... court. in such appellate jurisdiction the high court exercises the powers of a court of error. so understood, the appellate power under the letters patent is quite distinct, in contrast to what is ordinarily understood in procedural language. that apart the construction of the aforementioned two documents involved, in ..... and vasudeva samiar in re., air 1929 madras 381 (special bench), were approved. the learned senior counsel has submitted that the scope of letters patent appeal is in a broad sphere and to divest it from the basic feature of appeal would tantamount to amputating the conceptual eventuality of appeal. ..... in the case of sachish chandra jain (supra) that contrary intention is manifest inasmuch as there is no saving in respect of the letters patent appeal as per section 16 of the amending act is erroneous inasmuch as the said analysis suffers from an inherent and intensive fallacy. to substantiate .....

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Nov 28 2008 (HC)

Kale Khan Mohd. Hanif and ors. Vs. Mohd. Iqbal

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR2009MP84; 2009(40)PTC210(MP)

..... reputation of a business and where the product of the business more than its proprietor have won widespread popularity and universal approval and except in the case of well-known patents and manufacturing processes in which event the personal and objective reputations predominate, it is the local reputation or the attribute of locality which forms the largest content of goodwill in .....

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Aug 23 1976 (HC)

Abdul Taiyab Abbasbhai Malik and ors. Vs. the Union of India (Uoi) and ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1977MP116; 1977MPLJ227

..... and the seat and it is because of this that great emphasis was laid by learned counsel for the petitioners on the language used in the letters patent, namely, '...... have thought fit to erect and establish.' emphasis was laid on the phrase 'erect', probably to emphasize the construction of the building where ..... council of the central provinces, subject to the control of the governor general in council, convenient that the jurisdiction and power by these our letters patent, or by or under the government of india act, vested in the high court of judicature at nagpur should be exercised in any place ..... in support thereof appear to be based on a misapprehension of the legal position.20. when the nagpur high court was constituted under the letters patent, it was empowered under clause 27 to make rules in regard to all cases which it was competent to try. similarly, under sections 106 ..... framed certain rules in exercise of its powers under article 225 of the constitution read with clause 27 of the letters patent for petitions under article 226 of the constitution by notification no. 8224, dated 25th september 1951 and these rules alone regulate the proceedings of ..... article 226 of the constitution is an extraordinary jurisdiction and, therefore, no rules regulating the exercise of this jurisdiction could be framed under the letters patent or the relevant provisions of the government of india act, 1915 or 1935.18. it was further pointed out that the nagpur high court had .....

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Oct 20 2005 (HC)

Jagjeet Singh Vs. Bhopal Vikas Pradhikaran and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR2006MP92; 2006(2)ARBLR325(MP); 2006(1)MPLJ254

..... ). this case is distinguishable upon the facts. this was a suit instituted before the subordinate judge for infringement of certain exclusive rights secured to the plaintiff by three indian patents. under the patents act the suit could be brought only before the district judge. the defendant raised an objection to the jurisdiction of the court. it appears that subsequently the defendant joined .....

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Apr 22 1959 (HC)

Jabalpur Electric Supply Company Ltd. Vs. State Industrial Court and o ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : (1959)IILLJ74MP

..... of the medical appeal tribunal was open to certiorari on an error of law on face of the decision. similarly in e.m. patents appeal tribunal (1957) 1 all e.r. 227 certiorari was issued to the patents appeal tribunal which also was an expert investigating body. here the jurisdiction of the state industrial court depended upon the determination of the question .....

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Apr 25 1960 (HC)

Damodar Sharma and anr. Vs. Nandram Deviram

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1960MP345

..... its being passed. you must look to the mischief which had to be cured as well as to the cure provided.'in eastman photographic material co. v. comptroller general of patents, 1898 ac 571 (576), ear] of halsbury said:'my lords, it appears to me that to construe the statute in question, it is not only legitimate but highly convenient to ..... division bench'. that reference was considered by the division bench of shinde c.j. and dixit j. (as my lord then was), while deciding the special appeal (say roughly. letters patent 'appeal) in the case of madh b lj 1954 hcr 274. the division bench took a broader view. dissenting from the view taken in laduram's case, madh b lj .....

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Jul 13 1951 (HC)

Dayabhai Poonambhai Patel Vs. the Regional Transport Authority and anr ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : 1951CriLJ1305

..... original as contrasted with appellate. this jurisdiction termed 'original' is not to be confused with 'original civil jurisdiction' mentioned in clause 12, letters patent. the last mentioned, jurisdiction can be exercised by its very nature within certain local limits. but the jurisdiction possessed by the high court in the ..... original jurisdiction with which the high courts of calcutta, bombay & madras were vested under section 9 of the high courts act & their respective letters patent is accepted, the hypothetical argument referred to in the opening portion of this para may require careful scrutiny.63. part 4: 'for enforcement of ..... at p. 722 of the report he pointedly drew attention to the fact that here is no mention of high prerogative writs in the letters patent. it would appear that according to his view, the power to issue such writs was an incident of the original jurisdiction with which the ..... the calcutta high court. after hearing the parties the rule was; made absolute. the high court held that under high courts act 1861 & amended letters patent of 1865 the original jurisdiction both territorial & personal of tile supreme court over british subjects & servants of the govt. was, on the abolition or ..... either when moved to do so by an application or of its own motion. jurisdiction exercised by the high court under ss. 22 & 26 of patents & designs act (1911) or under the indian succession act in the matter of grant of probates are other examples.30. besides these jurisdictions this .....

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Apr 24 1959 (HC)

SurajdIn Laxmanlal Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1960MP129

..... to grantor or lessor, on the working of the property leased, or otherwise on the profits of the grant or lease. the word is especially used in reference to mines, patents and copyrights.'it, therefore, appears that royalties are paymentswhich the government may demand for the appropriation of minerals, timber or other property belonging to the government. two important features of ..... a cess.7. in wharton's law lexicon (fourteenth edition) the word 'royalty' has been explained as 'payment to a patentee by agreement on every article made according to his patent; or to an author by a publisher on every copy of his hook sold; or to the owner of minerals for the right of working the same on every ton .....

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