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Aug 25 1980 (HC)

Sharad Bansilal Vakil Vs. Sankalchand Himatlal Sheth and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-25-1980

Reported in : (1981)22GLR1019

..... justice or by the high court, is, therefore, consistently regarded by the statutes as a function in the administration of justice (see in this connection clause 8 of the letters patent for the high court's of calcutta, bombay and madras, section 9 of the high courts act, 1861, section 106 of the government of india act, 1915 and sections 223 ..... court has also been invested with legislative power under section 122 of the code of civil procedure 1908, section 23 of the contempt courts act, 1971, section 158 of the patents act, 1970 and other laws.13. the constitution also vests in the high court's administrative power besides the judicial and legislative powers. under article 237(2), the high court ..... of any law made by the appropriate legislature. it might be recalled that the legislative power of the high court has its genesis in the relevant clauses of the letters patent and section 13 of the high courts act, 1861 and that a similar provision was to be found in sections 106 and 108 of the government of india act, 1915 ..... of any law made by the appropriate legislature. the judicial power of the existing high courts at the commencement of the constitution conferred by the material clauses of the letters patent as well as by the then extent laws made by the appropriate legislature is thus saved by article 225 read with section 223 of the government of india act, 1935 .....

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Nov 04 1980 (HC)

Mohammed Khan Sahib Vs. Ali Khan Sahib and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-04-1980

Reported in : (1981)1MLJ402

..... the plaintiffs father and defendants' mother and they cannot be brushed aside just as a mere coincidence. the trial court's finding that in karaikal region there are many muslim patents having the same name as mentioned in exhibits a-2 and a-3 can-not be accepted as there is absolutely no evidence in support of that finding. it therefore .....

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Jan 09 1980 (HC)

K.T. Doctor Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, Gujarat Iv

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-09-1980

Reported in : (1980)15CTR(Guj)43; [1980]124ITR501(Guj)

..... trust (see p. 488 supra). in that case also, there was a power to the trustees to carry on business of marketing the product with the use of inventions and patents settled upon the trust and that was to be done with the idea of raising funds for the fulfilment of the aims and objects of the trust. when such activity .....

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Mar 19 1980 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Tamil Nadu-v Vs. Lakshmi Card Clothing Man ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-19-1980

Reported in : [1984]149ITR712(Mad)

..... the licence granted under clause 3, i. e., right to manufacture and sell the card clothing and accessories on the basis of the foreign company's designs and manufacturing methods, patented or unpatented, and for the services rendered under clause 9, an annual payment of 6,000 francs had to be paid to the foreign company. it is significant to note ..... , the foreign company gives to the assessee the sole exclusive non-transferable right to manufacture and sell card clothing and accessories in certain territories on the designs and manufacturing methods patented or unpatented. under clause 9, the foreign company for a period of ten years has to forward to the assessee-company any new data, specifications, processes, revised and additional manufacturing ..... claimed.on appeal, the aac held that the consideration for the services in the shape of technical advice and for the grant of license to exploit the foreign company's patents in india is partly for services and partly in the nature of royalty and it is, therefore, on revenue account and qualified for deduction. on further appeal, the tribunal, after ..... , the kingdom of nepal and neighboring countries of india expect europe, card clothing and accessories as specified in para. (2) on the basis of graf's designs and manufacturing methods patented or unpatented. 9. during a period of ten years from the conclusion of this agreement, graf will forward from time to time to lakshmi any new data, specifications, processes, revised .....

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Aug 07 1980 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Gujarat-i Vs. Ahmedabad Manufacturing and ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-07-1980

Reported in : [1983]139ITR806(Guj)

..... the results of future research and development by the company relating to the products and furnish calico simultaneously with the execution of the agreement with all and any secret or patent formulations used by or known to the company for the manufacture of the products and as occasion might arise with all and any improvements, modifications and verifications thereof and any ..... companys standards. under cl. 3, calico was to be free to manufacture, sell and exploit their production of vinyl acetate in india and other parts of the world subject to patents and instructions outside the companys control which may affect such sales outside india and the company agreed to use its best endeavours to obtain such agreements with other parties as ..... and conveyed to calico the sole and exclusive right and licence to manufacture, distribute, sell and exploit the products and improvements, modifications thereof in india and use of any indian patents owned or to be owned by the company in respect of the said products. under cl. 2, the company agreed from time to time and at all times to make ..... derivatives of these and similar resins and certain monomers produced by a process of ester interchange such as vinyl caprate and vinyl aterate and others according to certain secret or patent formulations owned or controlled by the company. in this agreement, vinyl products ltd., is referred to as the company whereas the assessee-company is referred to as calico. the further .....

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Feb 28 1980 (HC)

The Shipping Development Fund Committee Vs. M.V. Charisma and anr.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Feb-28-1980

Reported in : AIR1981Bom42

..... there is no mention of the provisions of the 1861 act or the letters patent.10. i have pondered over the question whether the ship mortgagor would be in a more onerous position if the ship mortgagee were required to file the ..... 9. i see no implied repugnance between the provisions of the 1958 act on the one hand and clause 11 of the 1861 act read with the letters patent, clause 32, on the other hand. i may mention that though the 1958 act provides a list in its schedule of the enactments which it repeals ..... repeal by the 1958 act of provisions of clause 11 of the 1861 act in so far as it applied to this court under clause 32 of the letters patent.6. it will be noted, first, that there are very many high courts in this country which exercise no ordinary original civil jurisdiction. it will be ..... high court of admiralty in england under statute or otherwise. that jurisdiction this court continues to exercise by virtue of the provisions of clause 32 of the letters patent, 1865. in 1894 the merchant shipping act was re-enacted in england. section 31 thereof gave to the ship-mortgage power to sell the mortgage security without ..... repugnancy between the aforementioned sections of that statute and the provisions of section 11 of the 1861 act read with clause 32 of the letters patent. there was, it was said, a direct conflict between the aforementioned provisions of the 1958 act and those of the 1861 act and of the letters .....

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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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May 30 1980 (HC)

Gurcharan Singh and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-30-1980

Reported in : AIR1981P& H96

..... bench of this court in rattan singh's case (air 1976 punj 279)(supra). reliance in support of this proposition was made on a decision of this court in letters patent appeal no. 73 of 1976(bishna v. state of punjab) decided on 29th february 1980.* undoubtedly, it has been held in this judgment that incase objections under section 5a of .....

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Aug 14 1980 (HC)

J.G. Sinkar and ors. Vs. State of Maharashtra and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-14-1980

Reported in : AIR1981Bom184; 1981MhLJ18

..... india, reported in . the supreme court observed that 'a review of a judgment is a serious step and reluctant resort to it is proper only where a glaring omission or patent mistake or like grave error has crept in earlier by judicial fallibility. a mere repetition, through different counsel, of old and overruled argument, a second trip over ineffectually covered ground ..... miscarriage of justice or to correct grave and palpable errors committed by it.'these are unqualified observations. shri angel argues before us that the facts of that case showed how patently injustice was done by passing an order without hearing the parties who were affected by that order. that may be the occasion for considering the question of right of review ..... the supreme court from an order of the orissa high court. since there was no such provision for review anywhere either in law or in the letters patent or other instrument, the supreme court held that the controlling provisions are only those contained in sections 369 and 424 of the criminal procedure code of 1898. this section expressly takes away ..... that, 'save as otherwise provided by this code or by any other law for the time being in force or, in the case of a high court, by the letters patent or other instrument constituting such high court, no court when it has signed its judgment shall alter or review the same, except to correct a clerical error.' the matter reached .....

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Aug 05 1980 (HC)

interads Advertising P. Ltd. Vs. Bentrex and Co. and Others

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-05-1980

Reported in : [1983]53CompCas646(Delhi); ILR1981Delhi681

..... be punished for mere delay on his part in pinpointing this serious flaw in the bill of exchange which is a document of vital importance especially when the discrepancy is patent on it face. it is noteworthy that in the letter dated 4th october, 1979, to defendant no. 3, the plaintiff specifically raised the objection that the shipping documents including the ..... & 2 and has sought a decree or declaration that he is not liable to reimburse defendant no. 3 on their basis. a visual examination of the documents has revealed some patent defects and discrepancies in the bill of exchange as well as the certificate of quality as found above. the banker must comply rigidly with his instructions and where he does .....

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