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Apr 23 1958 (HC)

R.N. Rice Mills Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Apr-23-1958

Reported in : AIR1959Ori4

..... specifically extended by the government.the point decided in that case was only whether an order refusing to extend time was a judgment appealable under clause 15 of the letters patent of the madras high court. it was held that such an order is a judgment under clause 15. i do not think that this decision applies to the case before .....

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Jul 08 1958 (HC)

Jami Narasaya Prusty and Bros. Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jul-08-1958

Reported in : AIR1959Ori79; 24(1958)CLT377; [1958]9STC648(Orissa)

..... turn-over made by the petitioners for that particular quarter during which the sale amount of these time-piece watches was not shown.the petitioners further contend that it is patent from the three orders that the assessment and the estimate were purely arbitrary inasmuch as for the same reason of the suppression of the sale amount of these five time ..... the face of the record as no case is made out on the face of the order to estimate the suppressed turn over at rs. 15,000/-. it is also patent from the orders that the same ground, namely, the suppression of the sale of five watches is common to all the assessments for the three quarters. errors apparent on the .....

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Sep 04 1958 (HC)

Jagannath Dalai Vs. Rama Chandra Nahak and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Sep-04-1958

Reported in : AIR1959Ori26

..... their opinion on points of law appearing in the separate judgment of each of my learned brothers, the matter has been referred to me under clause 28 of the letters patent as well as under chapter iii, rule 5 and chapter xiv, rule 8 of the orissa high court rules.2. the facts have been exhaustively narrated in each of the .....

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Oct 09 1958 (HC)

Ramakrushna Padhy Vs. Ramesh Chandra Das and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Oct-09-1958

Reported in : AIR1959Ori98

..... the question still remains whether they are 'courts subject to the superintendence of the high court' within the meaning of clause 10 of the letters patent.13. in the present case we are concerned with the order passed by the assistant commissioner under section 41 of the new act. a dispute ..... exercising judicial functions, will not be a 'court subject to the superintendence' of this high court within the meaning of clause 10 of the letters patent. he further urged that the functions of the commissioner and the assistant commissioner, as described in the new act, would show that they were only ..... conferred on every high court powers of superintendence over 'all courts for the time being subject to its appellate jurisdiction'. hence when in the letters patent the words 'courts subject to the superintendence of the said high court' were used, it is obvious that the authority concerned was referring to courts ..... many decisions of the commissioner pending in appeal in this court and it is desirable to give an authoritative decision.2. the material clauses of the letters patent of the patna high court may now be referred to.3. clause 10 (omitting immaterial portions) is as follows : --'an appeal shall lie . .... ..... the ground that the judgment of the single judge was passed in second appeal and that consequently by virtue of clause 10 of the letters patent a further appeal to a division bench of this court will not lie in the absence of a certificate of fitness from the judge concerned. .....

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Nov 17 1958 (HC)

Bikal SwaIn Vs. Iswar Swain

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Nov-17-1958

Reported in : AIR1959Ori173

..... their own, there was no common dwellinghouse to which the section would be attracted was confirmed by the division bench while hearing the appeal under the provisions of the letters patent.there being no finding as to when exactly the purchase was made this case is clearly distinguishable. following the calcutta decision in air 1928 cal 539, the allahabad high court .....

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Dec 23 1958 (HC)

Sashimukhi Dasiani Vs. Brundaban Das and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Dec-23-1958

Reported in : AIR1959Ori132

..... but be taken into account by anybody for purpose of assessing the strength of their evidence'.but rejected their testimony simply observing,'the circumstances of the case are however too patent and conspicuous to be lost sight of, and i should think, these circumstances indeed go to turn the scale against the plaintiff's case even in spite of the fact .....

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Feb 26 1958 (HC)

Sri Surendra Mohanty Vs. Sri Nabakrishna Choudhury and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Feb-26-1958

Reported in : AIR1958Ori168; 1958CriLJ1055

r.l. narasimham, c.j.1. this is a proceeding for contempt started against the former chief minister of orissa, sri naba krishna choudhury in respect of a speech made by him in the orissa legislative assembly on 8-3-1956. an extract from the speech was published in a local daily known as 'matrubhumi' on 10-3-1956. the editor and the printer and publisher of the said daily were also called upon to show cause why they may not be committed for contempt, but they have both tendered an unqualified apology.2. in october 1953 a division bench of this court, (panigrahi c. j. and mohapatra j) in an application under article 226 of the constitution filed by one of the zammdars of ganjam district delivered judgment holding that the survey made in ganjam district was not authorised by law inasmuch as the proper notification under the madras survey and boundaries act of 1923 was not issued, and also gave consequential reliefs to the applicant. this judgment was reported in mohan prasad singh deo v. state of orissa, ilr (1953) cut 725: (air 1954 ori 97) (a). on 18-12-1953 the state of orissa applied for leave to appeal to the supreme court, against the aforesaid decision, in s. c. a. 44 of 1953 and leave was granted on 2-2-1956.the appeal has not yet been heard by the supreme court. during the pendency of this appeal the then chief minister of orissa sri nabakrishna choudhury introduced a bill in the orissa legislative assembly entitled 'the ganjam and koraput survey, record of rights and .....

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Aug 22 1958 (HC)

Raghu Sutar and ors. Vs. Nrusingha Nath Thakur and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Aug-22-1958

Reported in : AIR1959Ori148

s. barman, j.1. the defendants are the appellants before us. in may 1950, the plaintiffs filed a suit against the defendants alleging that they were trespas ers on the suit land. in september, 1951, there was a decree for ejectment of the defendants. against the said decree, seven defendants appealed. during the pendency of the appeal one of the defendants being defendant no. 6 chintamani paital, died leaving him surviving his heirs and legal representatives. admittedly, there was no substitution of the deceased's heirs and legal representatives.2. the only question for consideration on these facts, briefly stated above, is whether it was a case of partial or total abatement.3. it appears from the frame of the suit, as in the plaint, that it was a suit for declaration of the plaintiff's title. the prayers in paragraph 10 of the plaint are as follows:'(a) that it be declared that the plaintiff no. 1 through the trustees plaintiffs nos. 2 to 4 has title to the suit lands and that the defendants have no title or interest in it;(b) that the plaintiffs may be ordered to get delivery of possession of the suit lands through court;(c) that the plaintiffs may be ordered to get a decree for mesne profits against the defendants;(d) that the plaintiffs may be ordered to get the costs of the suit from defendants;(e) that the plaintiffs may be ordered to get any other relief which the court thinks proper in the circumstances of the case.'furthermore, paragraph 6 of the plaint shows that .....

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