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Dec 04 1950 (SC)

The State of Tripura Vs. the Province of East Bengal

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1951SC23; [1951]19ITR132(SC); [1951]2SCR1

..... were actual or intending purchasers of engines from the plaintiff asserting that the engines manufactured by the plaintiff were infringements of the defendant's patent. there was a claim for damages and also for injunction. it was held by sir george jessel that the plaintiff could not claim damages on the basis of slander of ..... to the case of halsey v. brotherhood 15 ch. d. 514 which was decided by sir george jessel. both the plaintiff and defendant in this case were engineers and held patents for the manufacture of certain types of engines. the plaintiff brought an action against the defendant alleging that the latter had threatened to bring legal proceedings against several persons who .....

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Dec 09 1952 (SC)

Mohanlal Goenka Vs. Benoy Krishna Mukherjee and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1953SC65; (1953)IMLJ449(SC); [1953]4SCR377

..... . 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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Sep 06 1955 (SC)

The Bengal Immunity Company Limited Vs. the State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1955SC661; [1955]2SCR603; [1955]6STC446(SC)

..... stated by lord loreburn, l.c. at page 421 : 'as i understood him, mr. cripps argued that the defendant had 'vended' these goods in england within thes terms of the patent. he admitted that merely to make a contract of sale would not be 'vending' or, to use a word in sense equivalent and in use more familiar, selling. but he ..... . 419, there was a contract of sale signed by both the parties in england with reference to goods situated in switzerland. the action was laid in england for breach of patent, and the point for decision was whether it was maintainable there. it would have been maintainable there if the sale was in england but not if it was in switzerland ..... within the explanation, it was no longer necessary for that purpose to apply article 286(2) to that class. this reasoning appears to us to be untenable. it overlooks the patent fact that the different parts of the article look upon sales and purchases from different perspectives and place different bans on the taxing power of the states at different angles ..... lindley, m.r. in 1898 found the rule 'as necessary now as it was when lord coke reported heydon's case'. in eastman photographic material company v. comptroller general of patents, designs and trade marks l.r. [1898] a.c. 571 earl of halsbury re-affirmed the rule as follows : 'my lords, it appears to me that to construe the statute .....

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Mar 05 1957 (SC)

Lilavati Bai Vs. the State of Bombay

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1957SC521; (1957)59BOMLR934; [1957]1SCR721

..... the case of skinner & co. v. shew & co. [1893] 1 ch. d. 413. in that case the court of appeal had to consider the words of s. 32 of the patents, designs & trade marks act, 1883 (46 & 47 vict. c. 57), to the following effect :- 'where any person claiming to be the patentee of any invention, by circulars, advertisements or other .....

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May 17 1957 (SC)

The Commissioner of Income-tax, Madhya Pradesh and Bhopal Vs. Sodra De ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1957SC832; [1957]32ITR615(SC); (1958)IMLJ1(SC); [1958]1SCR1

..... lindley m.r. in 1898 found the rule 'as necessary now as it was when lord coke reported heydon's case'. in eastman photographic materials company v. comptroller general of patents, designs and trade marks (1898) a.c. 571 earl of halsbury re-affirmed the rule as follows : 'my lords, it appears to me that to construe the statute now in .....

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May 05 1959 (SC)

The Indian Hume Pipe Co., Ltd. Vs. their Workmen

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1959SC1081; (1959)IILLJ357SC; [1959]Supp(2)SCR948

..... had been carried forward from year to year and the only thing which was done during the year under consideration was that it was the written off as irrecoverable. the patents also had been worked off in previous years and the amounts spent in the purchase thereof were therefore to be written off but had reference to the working of the ..... be had to the principles enunciated above it is clear that the items of rs. 1.14 lacs representing the lahore factory balance written off, rs. 0.34 lacs being patents written off, and rs. 0.09 lacs shown as loss on sale of tardeo property cannot be allowed as proper deductions from the gross profits for the purposes of bonus .....

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Feb 10 1961 (SC)

The Chief Inspector of Mines and anr. Vs. Lala Karam Chand Thapar Etc.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1961SC838; [1961(3)FLR241]; (1961)IILLJ146SC; [1962]1SCR9

..... of their being managing agents of the colliery company, possession over the mine; and so 'occupy' the mine. though the word 'occupier' is not defined in the act it is patently absurd to suppose that any and every person exercising possession over the mine, is an 'occupier' and thus an owner of the mine, for the purpose of the mines act ..... patent agent in pursuance of the patents, design and trade marks act, 1888 and was not entitled to describe himself as a patent agent; and consequential relief was asked for. while the first section of the act required such a registration, the act ..... indian decisions and from one of these - the earliest case in which the question appears to have been considered - mr. pathak sought assistance. that is the case of institute of patent agents and others v. joseph lockwood [[1894] a.c. 347.]. there, a declaration was sought against lockwood that he was not registered as a .....

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Mar 07 1962 (SC)

Joseph Kuruvilla Vellukunnel Vs. the Reserve Bank of India and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1962SC1371; [1962]32CompCas514(SC); [1962]Supp3SCR632

..... principle of natural justice is set at nought, and the very fundamental conception of it, namely, resort to court is completely absent. such a law, it is said, is so patently, unreasonable as to be a gross violation of all fundamental rights. lastly, it is contended that in giving the reserve bank the power to elect to proceed under the companies ..... the reserve bank even though it may be expert in banking. the following observations of lord morton of henryton in baldwin & francis ltd. v. patents appeal tribunal (1959) a.c. 663, which was a case relating to patents are very relevant :- 'it would, indeed, be regrettable in present times, when certiorari lies to so many tribunals dealing with scientific matters, if the .....

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Mar 26 1962 (SC)

State of Uttar Pradesh Vs. Dr. Vijay Anand Maharaj

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1963SC946; [1962]45ITR414(SC); [1963]1SCR1

..... but the high court pointed out that the jurisdiction, though original, is a special jurisdiction and should not be confused with ordinary civil jurisdiction under the letters patent. the andhra high court in satyanarayanamurthi v. i.t. appellate tribunal a.i.r. 1957 ap 123 described it as an extraordinary original jurisdiction. it is ..... i.l.r. [1923] all. 535. but the said decisions do not attempt to lay down a definition of the expression 'judgment' in the letters patent. the nagpur high court in manohar v. baliram i.l.r. 1952 nag. 471 by a majority, after considering the case-law on the subject, laid ..... the peace for calcutta v. the oriental gas co. (1872) 8 beng. l.r. 433 defines the word 'judgment' in clause 15 of the letters patents thus : 'we think 'judgment' in clause 15 means a decision which affects the merits of the question between the parties by determining some right or liability. ..... the said clause 10 corresponds to clause 15 of the letters patent for the high courts of calcutta, bombay and madras. the scope of the expression 'judgment' came under the judicial scrutiny of the various high courts ..... judge of the court can be maintained only if that order amounts to a 'judgment'. that rule gives effect to clause 10 of the letters patent for the high court of allahabad, which gives a right of appeal against a judgment of a single judge subject to the conditions mentioned therein. .....

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Sep 02 1963 (SC)

Makhan Singh Vs. State of Punjab (and Connected Appeals)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1964SC381; 1964CriLJ217; [1964]4SCR797

..... which the kings' bench division in england exercised. in 1861 parliament passed acts 24-25 vict. ch. 104 authorising the establishment of high courts of judicature in india. the letters patents issued under that act in 1865 were expressly made subject to the legislative powers of the governor-general in council. the courts were given the same jurisdiction, power and authority ..... provisions contained in the several clauses of s. 3(2) to be satisfied that the attack against the validity of the said section on the ground of excessive delegation is patently unsustainable. not only is the legislative policy broadly indicated in the preamble to the act, but the relevant provisions of the impugned section itself give such detailed and specific guidance .....

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