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Nov 21 1980 (HC)

B. Chawla and Sons Vs. Bright Auto Industries

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-21-1980

Reported in : AIR1981Delhi95; 19(1981)DLT323; 1981RLR373

..... simmons v. mathieson & cold (1911) 28 r.p.c. 486 in these words : 'inorder to render valid the registration of a design under the patents and designs act, 1907, there must be novelty and originality, it must be a new or original design. to my mind, that means that there must ..... single and most familiar article of dress like this, which constitutes novelty of design. , hold that would be no paralyse industry 'and to make the patents, designs and trade marks act a trap to catch honest traders. there must be, nor a mere novelty of outline, but a substantial novelty in the ..... following grounds, namely............ (iii) that the design is not a new or original design.'(6) it may also be mentioned that rule 36 of the indian patents & designs rules, 1933, provides that the applicant may, and shall, if required by the controller in any case so to do endorse on the application ..... that such designs were common in the market and the appellants had made a false claim to be the originators of the design before the controller of patents & designs to obtain the impugned registration. the grievance is that they were hindered in their trade by the registration. (3) the appellants controverter these ..... the design of m/s. b. chawla & sons, hereinafter referred to as the appellants in respect of mirror registered at no. 139585 in class i under the indian patents & design act, 1911 (the act), on february 28, 1972, is a 'new or original' design. (2) m/s. bright auto industries, hereinafter referred to .....

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Dec 04 1980 (HC)

Kirloskar Pneumatic Co. Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, Poona

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Dec-04-1980

Reported in : [1982]136ITR746(Bom); [1981]7TAXMAN85(Bom)

..... a limited period of the technical knowledge of the swiss company with the right to use to patents and trade marks of that company. the assessee acquired under the agreement merely the right to draw, for the purposes of carrying on its business ..... the india i.t. act, 1922. the assessee did not under the agreement become entitled exclusively even for the period of the agreement, to the patents and trade marks of the swiss company, it had merely filed which the swiss company commenced. the assessee was on that account a mere licence for ..... of the products made and sold by the assessee-company, the fee being subject to indian taxes, if any. (c) for the right to use the patents and the inscription 'license-grasso' as described in clause 15, the assessee-company will pay to the said grasso a royalty of 2% on the 'net ..... previous written consent of the other party. by cl. 8 both the parties agreed to give each other a free licence of existing and future patents in the filed of the products mentioned in cl. 1 of the said agreement. by cl. 9, the assessee undertook to start the manufacture of ..... scientific and technical knowledge and information, know-how, engineering date, calculations, drawings, designs, material specification, experience and continuous development with the benefit of all patents held by the said grasso in connection with products described in cl. 1 of the said agreement. the objection of the said agreement which has been described .....

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Dec 15 1980 (FN)

United States Vs. Will

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-15-1980

..... government. later, parliament passed, and the king assented to, a statute implementing the act of settlement providing that a judge's salary would not be decreased "so long as the patents and commissions of them, or any of them respectively, shall page 449 u. s. 219 continue and remain in force." 1 geo. iii, ch. 23, iii (1760). these two statutes ..... justice of the supreme court); 28 u.s.c. 44(d) (circuit judges); 28 u.s.c. 173 (court of claims); 28 u.s.c. 213 (court of customs and patent appeals); 28 u.s.c. 252 (court of international trade (formerly customs court)) . [ footnote 3 ] these amounts exceeded the levels these salaries would have achieved had congress left in effect .....

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Dec 17 1980 (HC)

Krishna Kumar Roy Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-17-1980

Reported in : AIR1981All287

..... with, yetif the expert body takes a view which noreasonable person could take them the courtcould and ought to interfere. as pointed outby lord denning in baldwin and francisltd. v. patents appeal tribunal, ((1959) 2 aller 433) even on technical matters a courtcan hear arguments of counsel and consulttext books, technical dictionaries, etc. or evenbe informed through assessors, and thecourt's ..... already started in pursuance of the admissions. we could on this ground have declined to interfere altogether but for the fact that the mistake pointed out by him is too patent and some admissions are still going on from the waiting list and the petitioner still stands a chance of securing admission. we, therefore, make it clear that the candidates who .....

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Jan 24 1980 (HC)

Jokhan and ors. Vs. the Joint Director of Consolidation, Allahabad and ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-24-1980

Reported in : AIR1980All215

..... land and have succeeded in acquiring the right claimed. however. i am not prepared to hold that the appellate authority and the revisional court have patently erred in appreciating the claim of the petitioners based on estoppel, acquiescence or adverse possession. 20. it has also been suggested that the petitioners nos ..... quite satisfactory and the same judgment has been confirmed by the revisional court hence i am not prepared to hold that the judgments suffer from patent error or they stand vitiated in law due to the circumstance that the last two courts have referred to the ex parte decree in favour ..... to demonstrate that the appell st e authority and the revisional court have misread or misappreciated the evidence on record which has brought in any patent error in their impugned judgments. i do not agree with the contention of the learned counsel for the petitioners that the judgments of the ..... favour of mahadeo was ultimately abated, the order of abatement would be final between the parties and the appellate authority and the revisional court have patently erred in placing reliance upon the ex parte decree in favour of mahadeo, father of the contesting opposite parties nos. 3 to 7, the ..... this court. 4. the learned counsel for the petitioners has contended before me that the appellate authority as well as the revisional court have patently erred in recognizing the claim of the contesting opposite parties on the basis of an ex parte decree specially when the suit in which the ex .....

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Jan 24 1980 (HC)

Mam Chand and ors. Vs. the State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-24-1980

Reported in : 1981CriLJ190

..... the appellants had gone armed, they must have known that there was likelihood of murder being committed in prosecution of their common object. if ever there was a case which patently and squarely calls for the applicability of section 149, i.p.c. it is the present one. the argument on this score, therefore, merits nothing but rejection.16. the appeal .....

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Jan 25 1980 (HC)

Shiv Bus Service Vs. the Rta Jodhpur and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-25-1980

Reported in : 1980WLN403

..... temporary permits. the argument relating to the alternative remedy of revision was also raised. in that learned judge observed that it could not be disputed that if an order is patently without jurisdiction, the bar of alternative remedy will not stand in the way of giving relief to the petitioner and be held that case to be a case of complete .....

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Jan 25 1980 (HC)

Manager, Podar Spinning Mills Vs. the Labour Court of Rajasthan and an ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-25-1980

Reported in : 1980WLN115

..... court could not interfere unless and until it reached the conclusion that the findings arrived at by the enquiry officer were the result of victimization or unfair labour practice or patently illegal or without any evidence on record and the acceptance of the writ petition would save a lot of trouble to the either party because even after the final decision ..... the final order was passed.6. learned counsel for the petitioner vehemently urged that the finding of the labour court regarding the invalidity of the service of the notice was patently illegal and perverse, and it would be in the interest of justice to reverse the impugned finding so that the petitioner might be able to press before the labour court ..... the management has challenged the verdict of the labour court through this writ petition.4. the contention of the management is that the impugned order of the labour court is patently illegal and perverse. it had no jurisdiction to disregard the admissible evidence. it could not have conferred jurisdiction on itself to record evidence for deciding the point of jurisdiction. it .....

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Jan 25 1980 (SC)

Narendra Bahadur Tandon Vs. Shankar Lal (Since Deceased) by Lrs

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-25-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC575; [1982]52CompCas62(SC); (1980)2SCC253; [1980]2SCR821; 1980(12)LC361(SC)

..... sale deed but found against the defendant on the applicability of section 53a of the transfer of property act. on appeal by the plaintiffs under clause 10 of the letters patent a division bench of the high court reversed the judgment and decree of the subordinate courts and decreed the suit. the division bench held that the voluntary liquidator had no .....

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Jan 29 1980 (HC)

Hakeem Rahimullah Khan Vs. Syed Sabir Alias Syed Makhdeem and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-29-1980

Reported in : 1981CriLJ395

..... or regarding the filing of material papers referred to in the petition. in exercise of the powers conferred on the high court by clauses 37 and 38 of the letters patent, s. 129 of the code of civil procedure, article 225 of the constitution and s. 32 of the andhra state act and all other powers enabling the high court of .....

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