Court : Orissa
Decided on : Nov-11-2004
Reported in : I(2005)ACC418; 2006ACJ501; 99(2005)CLT7
..... such question having not been raised before the hon'ble single judge, the appellant cannot raise the same in a letters patent appeal. apart from the above, on merits also it appears that the tribunal while computing the salary and loss of dependency has taken note of the ratio laid down by ..... and with the aforesaid direction and observation the appeal was dismissed. it is clear from the judgment of the hon'ble single judge that the question raised in this letters patent appeal was never raised before the hon'ble single judge. we, therefore, considering the findings of the learned tribunal as well as the above fact, are of the view that ..... preferred an appeal before this court vide m.a. no. 716 of 2001. the said appeal was dismissed by judgment dated 29th august, 2003 giving rise to the present letters patent appeal. the sole ground on which the learned counsel for the appellant challenges the judgment and order of the hon'ble single judge is that while computing loss of dependency ..... others v. united india insurance co. ltd. and anr. (supra) relied upon by the learned counsel for the appellant.4. accordingly, we do not find any merit in this letters patent appeal and the same is dismissed.a.k. samantray, j.5. i agree. ..... l. mohapatra, j.1. this letters patent appeal is directed against the judgment dated 29th august, 2003 passed by the hon'ble single judge in misc. appeal no. 716 of 2001 dismissing the appeal.2. the respondents .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Orissa
Decided on : Nov-02-2004
Reported in : 2005(1)ARBLR157(Orissa); I(2005)BC486; 99(2005)CLT18
..... the same to the dispute review board, and if necessary, to arbitration thereafter. according to mr. mohanty the mala fide of the n. h. authority is very much apparent and patently visible from the facts that though the firm requested or called upon it to constitute a disputes review board in consonance with the terms of the agreement, no action was .....Tag this Judgment!