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Oct 24 2002 (HC)

Sarvagna Navinchandra Godiawala Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-24-2002

Reported in : (2003)2GLR1266

..... appellants therein unsuccessfully challenged the decision of the state government, dismissing the revision, by filing special civil application. aggrieved by the decision in the special civil application, the aforesaid letters patent appeal was filed.16. on behalf of respondent no. 3 therein, it was submitted as under :'8. on behalf of respondent no. 3, mr. a.j. patel has submitted that ..... pocketed the undue benefits pursuant to transaction of sale which is under challenge.'it is also pertinent to extract paragraphs 16 and 17 of the aforesaid judgment in the letters patent appeal :'16. mr. a.j. patel has drawn our attention to the judgment of the division bench (coram : mr. k.g. balakrishnan, c.j. & mr. justice j.n. bhatt) dated ..... 2-9-1999 in letters patent appeal no. 1153 of 1998 in special civil application no. 6265 of 1998 in the case of legal heirs of mithabhai mavjibhai v. state of gujarat. before the division bench .....

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Oct 28 2002 (HC)

Anita Bhandari Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-28-2002

Reported in : (2003)2GLR1093

..... appeal filed by the bank was required to be allowed and appeal filed by the original petitioners was required to be dismissed.16. we are exercising our jurisdiction in letters patent and considering the plight of poor widow and her minor children, we do not want to interfere with the order passed by the learned single judge awarding interim compensation. in ..... policy and sanction from union of india it was not possible for them to provide employment to petitioner no.1.8. learned counsel mr. calla for the appellants of letters patent appeal no.1173 of 2002-original petitioners vehemently submitted that in such type of cases there was no need for the appellants-petitioners to approach civil court by way of ..... the judgment and order by which full compensation not given and appointment on compassionate ground not given to petitioner no.1 herein they filed letters patent appeal no.1173 of 2002 with civil application no.9439 of 2002.7. learned counsel mr. desai for the appellant bank vehemently submitted that it was not open to the ..... the parties arriving at any settlement as may be acceptable to the parties.' 5. aggrieved of the aforesaid reliefs granted in favour of the petitioners, appellant-dena bank filed letters patent appeal no.1130 of 2002 with civil application no.8914 of 2002 for interim relief.6. the original petitioners-anita bhandari and her minor children aggrieved of the part of .....

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Oct 28 2002 (HC)

Hiralal G. Siyal and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-28-2002

Reported in : (2003)2GLR1409

..... the municipality. 10. subject to the aforesaid observation and direction, the petition is not entertained at this stage.' the aforesaid order was challenged by way of an appeal, being letters patent appeal no. 466 of 2002, and the order of the learned single judge was set aside by the division bench in the letters ..... patent appeal. in the meanwhile, the respondent no. 1 furnished some documents in respect of charge no. 3 regarding stray animals, dogs and cattle as well as in connection with ground .....

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Oct 28 2002 (HC)

Anita Bhandari and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-28-2002

Reported in : 2004ACJ2020; AIR2004Guj67

..... suspicion that it was not a suicide. hence, over and above the interim compensation of rs. 2 lacs awarded by the learned single judge, the division bench in the letters patent appeal filed by the state government further directed the government to give compassionate appointment to the widow of the deceased. since in the instant case, the deceased was a customer .....

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Nov 22 2002 (HC)

Pankajbhai H. Patel Vs. Kantaben Shri Krushna Agrawal

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Nov-22-2002

Reported in : (2003)4GLR129

k.a. puj, j. 1.the present revision application is filed against the order passed by the ld. 2nd jt. civil judge (sd) ahmedabad on 19.9.2002 below an application ex. 156 in civil suit no. 1/1975 and below an application exh. 1 being review application no. 1/2002.2. the brief facts giving rise to the present revision application are stated as under:3. that the respondent herein who is the ori. plaintiff in the suit, has filed a special civil suit no. 1/1975 for specific performance of the contract. in the said suit, the land in question was an agriculture land and, therefore, the ld. judge has referred the issue about the legality of the contract of agriculture land to the mamlatdar and alt. the land in question was situated beyond 8 kms. and whether the purchaser was an agriculturist having land within the notified area of 8 kms., was the issue which has been decided and the notification of restricting rights within 8 kms. is no more in force.4. it is further averred in the petition that during the pendency of the said suit an application ex. 154 was given on 6.3.2002 for bringing legal heirs of defendant no. 3- namely pravinbhai on record. thereafter, another defendant no. 4- namely jayantibhai also expired and, therefore, the present respondent has filed an application for bringing the heirs of defendant no. 4 on record. the said application was exhibited at ex. 156 and it was filed on 3.6.2002. in the said application, the present respondent has made the statement that the .....

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Dec 11 2002 (HC)

K.D. Vohra Vs. Kamleshbhai Gobarbhai Patel

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-11-2002

Reported in : (2003)2GLR1343

..... well as the rules and regulations applicable to the post and the constitutional provisions.8.1 the learned counsel who appeared for the direct recruits, who are respondents in letters patent appeal no. 485 of 2002, adopted the contentions raised by the learned advocate general, pointing out that the appointment orders of all the direct recruits have already been issued.8 ..... also submitted that many of the appellants had withdrawn their earlier petitions and tiled fresh petitions on the same cause of action, though no liberty was reserved when the letters patent appeals were disposed of, on withdrawal of those petitions. explaining the different stands taken in the affidavits filed on behalf of the state government, the learned advocate general contended that ..... work within the framework of the constitution as well as to see that, because of inaction or omission, unnecessary and avoidable litigations may not come before the court. in letters patent appeal no. 1057 of 1999 and cognate appeals, these petitioners who had appealed against the said order of the learned single judge, withdrew their petitions without reserving any liberty to ..... them in service, holding that they would be treated as surplus but not entitled to any regular salary or financial advantage.3.2 the case of the appellants of letters patent appeal no. 540, 558 to 561 of 2002 and other matters was that they were interviewed by the duly constituted staff selection committee in january, 1990 and appointed as lecturers .....

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