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Apr 07 1980 (HC)

Deputy General Manager Phones, Delhi Telephone District, New Delhi and ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-07-1980

Reported in : ILR1980Delhi511; 1981LabIC462; 1981(1)SLJ487(Delhi)

prakash narain, j.(1) in this appeal under clause x of the letters patent we are concerned with two principal points which arise for decision. the first is the construction to be put on certain provisions of the indian posts and telegraphs (stenographers) recruitment .....

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Aug 04 1980 (HC)

indira Ramchandani Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-04-1980

Reported in : 18(1980)DLT387

prakash narain, j.(1) this judgment will dispose of three letter patent appeals preferred by kumari indira ramchandani, smt. parkash gupta and kumari nirmala ramchandani. (2) originally the three appellants and another lady smt. adarsh bala sharma had filed four writ petitions .....

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May 20 1980 (HC)

State of Himachal Pradesh and anr. Vs. Motilal Partap Singh and Co. an ...

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : May-20-1980

Reported in : AIR1981HP8

v.d. misra, c.j.1. this letters patent appeal by the state is directed against the judgment of mr. justice c, r. thakur allowing the writ petition of the respondents.2. khasra nos. 166, 134 and 57 of .....

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Jun 27 1980 (FN)

Dawson Chem. Co. Vs. Rohm and Haas Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-27-1980

..... . s. 228 that it should be able to license only purchaser of the unpatented material, because this was the only practicable way to exploit its process patent. "the patent monopoly is not enlarged by reason of the fact that it would be more convenient to the patentee to have it so, or because he cannot page ..... charge of contributory infringement. certain convertible top combinations had been sold without valid license from the patentee. because use of these tops involved direct infringement of the patent, there remained a question whether fabric supplied for their repair might constitute contributory infringement notwithstanding the court's earlier decision. aro ii decided several questions of statutory ..... years, proponents and opponents of the legislation debated its impact and relationship with prior law. draftsmen of the legislation contended for a restriction on the doctrine of patent misuse that would enable patentees to protect themselves against contributory infringers. others, including representatives of the department of justice, vigorously opposed such a restriction. although the ..... policies that permits patentees to exercise control over non-staple articles used in their inventions. section 271(c) identifies the basic dividing line between contributory infringement and patent misuse. it adopts a restrictive definition of contributory infringement that distinguishes between staple and nonstaple articles of commerce. it also defines the class on nonstaple items narrowly. .....

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Jun 16 1980 (FN)

Diamond Vs. Chakrabarty

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-16-1980

..... have it -- with the routine problem of "unanticipated inventions." ante at 447 u. s. 316 . in these two acts, congress has addressed the general problem of patenting animate inventions and has chosen carefully limited language granting protection to some kinds of discoveries, but specifically excluding others. these acts strongly evidence a congressional limitation that excludes bacteria ..... of certain bacteria. in particular, the two researchers discovered plasmids capable of degrading camphor and octane, two components of crude oil. in the work represented by the patent application at issue here, chakrabarty discovered a process by which four different plasmids, capable of degrading four different oil components, could be transferred to and maintained stably ..... and scientific considerations involved, and to determine whether living organisms produced by genetic engineering should receive patent protection. in support of this position, the petitioner relies on our recent holding in parker v. flook, 437 u. s. 584 (1978), and the statement that ..... expressly authorizes such protection. his position rests on the fact that genetic technology was unforeseen when congress enacted 101. from this it is argued that resolution of the patentability of inventions such as respondent's should be left to congress. the legislative process, the petitioner argues, is best equipped to weigh the competing economic, social, .....

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Jun 02 1980 (FN)

Andrus Vs. Shell Oil Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-02-1980

..... . . . is entitled to substantial weight," post at 446 u. s. 676 , the dissent ignores this contemporaneous administrative practice. the best evidence of the 1920 standard of patentability is the 1920 interior department practice on the matter. the suggestion of the dissent that "future events [such] as market changes" were not meaningful data under the castle v. womble ..... (1) whether a finding of lean surface deposits warranted the geological inference that the claim contained rich "valuable" deposits below; and (2) whether present profitability was a prerequisite to patentability. both issues were decided in favor of the oil shale claimant: the geological inference was deemed sound, and the fact that there was "no possible doubt . . . that ..... ," the decision in freeman v. summers had liberalized the traditional valuable mineral test. but it found that congress, in 1931 and again in 1956, had considered the patentability of oil shale and had implicitly "ratified" that liberalized rule. alternatively, the district court concluded that the department was estopped now from departing from the freeman standard, which ..... spouse. in 1960, mrs. schuyler incorporated respondent d. a. shale, inc., and transferred title to the claims to the corporation. three months later, the corporation filed patent applications. in 1964, the department issued administrative complaints alleging that the mountain boys claims and the shoup claims were invalid. the complaints alleged, inter alia, that oil shale .....

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Aug 01 1980 (HC)

Shriram Refrigeration Industries Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-01-1980

Reported in : [1981]127ITR746(Delhi)

..... states and canada, apparatus and material so manufactured by the assessed under the licenses granted under this article. the licenses were to manufacture apparatus and material covered by patents and patent rights administered by westinghouse with the help of the information furnished from time to time by westinghouse to the assessed. the licenses, however, did not include any right ..... by the associated companies in the u.s.a. westinghouse was willing to license the assessed under patents and patent rights and technical information administered by it. 3. article i of the agreement provided that the term of the agreement, and of any and all licenses and rights ..... the spread over of expenditure incurred after february 28, 1966, and, secondly, because the expenditure under consideration could not be said to be expenditure for the acquisition of patent rights as required by the section. 18. having held that the amount was rightly disallowed as capital expenditure the tribunal also proceeded to express its opinion on the ..... manufacturing and other information of the associated companies. the above agreement which became effective from may 21, 1962, was promoted by the desire of the assessed to obtain patent rights, rights under technical manufacturing and other information and services necessary to enable it to manufacture, use and sell certain types of electrical and other apparatus and material manufactured .....

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Oct 09 1980 (HC)

Mahant Swaran Dass Vs. Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee, Amrit ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-09-1980

Reported in : AIR1981P& H110

..... present case along with others was raised before the learned single judge hearing the matter on a difference of opinion under clause 26 of the letters patent. it was nowhere decided that a singly judge was not competent to hear the matter but apparently in view of the three objection raised and the ..... from the conflicting opinions of the learned judges composing the divisions bench.8. equally the judgments relied upon by the learned counsel for the appellant are patently distinguishable and provide no warrant for the proposition that on a difference of opinion in an appeal under s. 34 of the sikh gurdwaras act the ..... bench. therefore, the command of sub-sec (3) of section 34 of the act stands fully and amply complied with. the case, therefore, stands patently heard by a division bench of this court who have recorded their separate judgment. now what calls for notice is that clause 26 of the letters patnent ..... judgments separately have jointly recorded the following order:--'in view of our difference of opinion, and keeping in view the provisions of clause 26 of the letters patent, the case is sent to the hon'ble chief justice for referring the same to a third judge.'3. mr. t. s. mangat, the learned ..... of opinion betwixt the learned judges of the division bench hearing the same, cannot be referred to a third judge under cl 26 of the letters patent--is the point which has been raised at the very threshold in this case.2. for the limited purpose of determining the aforesaid question, it is .....

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Jul 29 1980 (HC)

United Commercial Bank Vs. Sanatan Bastushilpa Pratisthan Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-29-1980

Reported in : AIR1981Cal146

..... 1859 and that appearing in clause 12 or to read the amended section 16 of the code of 1877 or 1882 or 1908 into clause 12, letters patent. in my humble opinion, the historical method of construction errs in not taking into consideration the basic historical difference in the jursdiction of the supreme court ..... ) noted the historical back ground of the civil procedure code from 1859 to 1908 vis-a-vis the letters patent of this court and in particular clause 12 thereof. his lordship noted the change made in the civil procedure code from section 5 of the 1859 code to section 16 ..... nagendra n. saha : air1960cal484 (supra) i hold that part of the plaint herein could not therefore be rejected by revoking the leave under clause 12 of the letters patent in respect of such part only. in sm. khatun bibi v. lilabati dassi (air 1949 cal 128), s. r. das, j. (as his lordship then was ..... to amend the plaint in the execution proceedings to include a claim for possession. in an application for revocation of leave underclause 12 of the letters patent the court has to proceed on the basis of the plaint as filed not on the basis of what might happen in future. if possession has ..... in air 1916 cal 557 where a division bench of this court held that the expression 'suit for land' was used in clause 12 of the letters patent because there was its equivalent in section 6 of the codes of civil procedure, 1859 and 1877 which covered suits for the recovery of immovable property, ( .....

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Apr 16 1980 (FN)

Andrus Vs. Idaho

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-16-1980

..... secretary to contract with the state upon the state's proper application. this is permissive language, as compared with the obligatory statutory language requiring the secretary to issue a patent once he has contracted with the state and the state has satisfied the contractual and statutory conditions. furthermore, the secretary may act only with the approval of the president, ..... for summary judgment, idaho submitted that the carey act had been an immediately effective grant, or at least that the united states was firmly obligated to contract with and patent the statutory acreage to idaho when and if idaho satisfied the statutory preconditions. in the state's view, carey act applications took precedence over prior withdrawals. the secretary, therefore ..... of desert lands, authorizes the secretary of the interior, upon proper application, "to contract and agree, from time to time . . . binding the united states to donate, grant, and patent" such desert lands, not exceeding a specified acreage, as the state should cause to be irrigated, reclaimed, and occupied, provided, however, that the lands would be restored to the public ..... desert lands, "authorize[s] and empower[s]" the secretary of the interior (secretary), with the president's approval, upon proper application by a state to donate, grant, and patent such desert lands, not exceeding a specified acreage, as the state should cause to be irrigated, reclaimed, and occupied, provided however, that the lands may be restored to the public .....

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