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Dec 18 1986 (TRI)

Ashwani Kumar Vs. Inspecting Assistant

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Delhi

Decided on : Dec-18-1986

Reported in : (1987)20ITD643(Delhi)

..... , was sufficient. mere omission to explain why the valuer's report was not being accepted would not invalidate the initiation of proceedings particularly when the valuation officer's report was patently incomplete and ignored a huge sum of rs. 10 lakhs.for the reasons discussed above, we find the contentions raised on behalf of the appellants challenging the initiation of proceedings ..... was sold without the approval of the lessor. ignoring the payment of unearned increase altogether and for all purposes will, in our view, be not possible and would result in patent injustice which cannot be assumed to have been intended.16. the next contention made by the learned counsel for the appellants was that the fair market value of the property .....

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Jun 25 1986 (FN)

Anderson Vs. Liberty Lobby, Inc.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-25-1986

..... and claiming that an issue of actual malice was presented by virtue of the fact that, in preparing the articles, bermant had relied on several sources that respondents asserted were patently unreliable. generally, respondents charged that petitioners had failed adequately to verify their information before publishing. respondents also presented evidence that william mcgaw, an editor of the investigator, had told petitioner ..... thoroughly researched and that the facts were obtained from numerous sources. opposing the motion, respondents claimed that an issue of actual malice was presented because the author had relied on patently unreliable sources in preparing the articles. after holding that new york times applied because respondents were limited-purpose public figures, the district court entered summary judgment for petitioners on the .....

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Jun 09 1986 (FN)

Bowen Vs. American Hosp. Ass'n

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-09-1986

..... inappropriateness of the extraordinary deference -- virtually a carte blanche -- requested by the government. the secretary's page 476 u. s. 646 present reading of 504 has evolved only after previous patently erroneous interpretations had been found wanting. [ footnote 34 ] the checkered history of these regulations began in 1982, when the department notified hospitals that they would violate 504 if they "allow ..... . 395, 401 (dc 1983), is belied by the secretary's own decision to provide notice and request comment on the regulations, cf. 5 u.s.c. 553(b), and is patently without merit. to its credit, the dissent does not ultimately rely on either of these arguments. see post at 476 u. s. 657 , n. 9. [ footnote 15 ] just as "[t .....

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Feb 25 1986 (FN)

City of Renton Vs. Playtime theatres

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-25-1986

..... not use their zoning powers as a pretext for suppressing constitutionally protected expression. page 475 u. s. 63 applying this standard to the facts of this case, the ordinance is patently unconstitutional. renton has not shown that locating adult movie theaters in proximity to its churches, schools, parks, and residences will necessarily result in undesirable "secondary effects," or that these problems ..... to restrictions on particular viewpoints, but also to prohibition of public discussion of an entire topic."). moreover, the court's conclusion that the restrictions posed here were viewpoint-neutral is patently flawed. "as a practical matter, the speech suppressed by restrictions such as those involved [here] will almost invariably carry an implicit, if not explicit, message in favor of more relaxed .....

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Feb 25 1986 (FN)

New York Vs. Class

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-25-1986

..... cause." united states v. ross, 456 u. s. 798 , 456 u. s. 809 (1982). officer mcnamee's search of respondent's car was clearly without probable cause, and was therefore patently unconstitutional. the court's contrary holding rests not on any reasoning or logic grounded in fourth amendment jurisprudence, but rather on a strained and irrelevant analysis. to substitute for the ..... . 212 (1979). that the search conducted here was substantially more intrusive than an ordinary traffic stop starkly exposes the impropriety of the court's strained effort to sanction mcnamee's patently illegal search by the balancing approach. in united states v. place, 462 u. s. 696 , 462 u. s. 721 (1983), justice blackmun too noted his concern over the "emerging tendency .....

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Jan 27 1986 (HC)

Associated Bearing Company Limited, Bombay Vs. Union of India

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-27-1986

Reported in : 1988(37)ELT510(Bom)

..... mark. the appellate authority also found that the petitioners do not import goods manufacturer out side india in accordance with the patented invention or registered design or that the petitioners pay any fees ordinary payable for such trade mark or patent design. the appellate authority also accepted the claim of the petitioners that 80% of the total imports comprise of row materials .....

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Aug 12 1986 (HC)

Albright Morarji and Pandit Ltd. Vs. Central Board of Direct Taxes and ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-12-1986

Reported in : [1987]166ITR583(Bom)

..... english company which was entered into on november 10, 1966, and the specifically provides that the petitioner shall, during the continuance of the agreement and, thereafter, not disclose the un patented information disclosed to it by the english company by virtue, or as a result, of the implementation of the agreement. the petitioner was required to ensure that the information received ..... -months, provided however that the number of such technicians at any time shall not be more than three. clause 8 of the agreement permits hindustan lever limited to use relevant patents of the petitioner connected with the process/technical information used in the manufacture of the product, while clause 9.03 grants permission to hindustan lever limited to use drawings and .....

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Jun 23 1986 (HC)

Petron Engineering Construction (Pvt.) Ltd. and Another Vs. Central Bo ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jun-23-1986

Reported in : (1986)57CTR(Bom)268; [1987]165ITR668(Bom)

..... concerned should have an agreement - with whom it is not specified. secondly, under that agreement, the assessee must have made available to a foreign state or a foreign enterprise some patent invention, secret formula, etc., or some services. thirdly, in consideration of making available to the foreign state or foreign enterprise the invention ..... , patent, etc., or the services, payment must be received by the assessee from the government of a foreign state or a foreign enterprise. section 80-o itself does not mention that .....

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Sep 10 1986 (HC)

Prabhakar Purushottam Lonkar Vs. Maharashtra State Road Transport Corp ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-10-1986

Reported in : (1995)IIILLJ835Bom

..... in such service. i have, therefore, no hesitation in disagreeing with the reasoning contained in the judgment of the industrial court as that reasoning discloses an error which is patent. it is patent because it refuses to take into account the effect of the manner in which the pay scale of the petitioner was fixed by the respondent itself after his reversion .....

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Apr 04 1986 (HC)

Charity Commissioner, Maharashtra State Vs. Shaikh Kasam Shaikh HussaI ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Apr-04-1986

Reported in : 1988(1)BomCR400

..... the decree and the appeal against the order is concerned.22. in my view, the above distinction about the availability or otherwise of the remedy of an appeal under letters patent is far fetched and cannot by any stretch of imagination be said to be present in the mind of the legislature while enacting section 41-e(6) and section 76 ..... concerned. it is urged on behalf of the charity commissioner that if it is an appeal against a decree on the high court an appeal would lie under the letters patent to the division bench of the high court whereas no such appeal would lie if it is merely an appeal against order, which contention stands supported by the decision of .....

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