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Sep 03 2002 (HC)

Pyare Lal Vs. Executive Engineer and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-03-2002

Reported in : [2003(97)FLR722]; (2003)IILLJ1037Raj

..... said that the findings of the district judge, churu are erroneous or perverse or patently unreasonable or based on no material or evidence. it also cannot be said that the district judge, churu committed any illegality in setting aside that portion of order dated october ..... article 227, the high court cannot interfere with the exercise of a discretionary power vested in the inferior court or tribunal, unless its finding or order is clearly perverse or patently unreasonable.14. in my considered opinion, the findings recorded by the district judge, churu are based on correct appreciation of entire evidence and material available on record. it cannot be ..... 11. it is well established that it is only when an order of a tribunal is violative of the fundamental basic principles of justice and fair play or where a patent or flagrant error in procedure or law has crept in or where the order passed results in manifest injustice, that a court can justifiably intervene under article 227 of the .....

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Jul 23 2002 (HC)

School Managing Committee Shri JaIn Adarsh Vidya Niketan Sr. School Vs ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-23-2002

Reported in : RLW2003(3)Raj1996a; 2003(1)WLC160

..... .7.98 (annex. 10) passed by the tribunal, it reveals that there is patent irregularity or error of law apparent on the face of record and the findings recorded by the tribunal are perverse. hence, the present case is covered by clause (f) of ..... article 227, the high court cannot interfere with the exercise of a discretionary power vested in the inferior court or tribunal, unless its finding or order is clearly perverse or patently unreasonable.15. so far as present case is concerned, the findings of the tribunal are not based on correct appreciation of law and facts. from perusing the judgment dtd. 18 ..... .12. it is well established that it is only when an order of a tribunal is violative of the fundamental basic principles of justice and fair play or where as patent or flagrant error in procedure of law has crept in or where the order passed results in manifest injustice, that a court can justifiably intervene under article 227 of the .....

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Apr 22 2002 (HC)

Smt. Kasturi Bai and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-22-2002

Reported in : 2002(5)WLC267; 2002(4)WLN523

..... also cannot be said that the findings of the board of revenue are perverse, being founded on no material whatsoever. furthermore, in the impugned judgment annex.6, there is no patent irregularity in procedure or an error of law apparent on the face of the record. in these circumstances, no interference with the impugned judgment of the board of revenue dated ..... .8. it is well established that it is only when an order of a tribunal is violative of the fundamental basic principles of justice and fair play or where a patent or flagrant error in procedure or law has crept in or where the order passed results in manifest injustice, that a court can justifiably intervene under article 227 of the ..... temple and, therefore, entries made by the assistant settlement officer over 287 bighas of land in the name of the petitioners, which included the khasra numbers allotted to bsf, were patently wrong.(7) that it is proved from the available record that khasras no. 226, 227, 228 and 229 measuring 157 bighas of the disputed land was given to bsf. furthermore .....

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Jul 31 2002 (HC)

K.P. Seethalakshmi Vs. Indian Bank, Esplanade Branch, Madras,

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-31-2002

Reported in : (2002)3MLJ146

..... , 1995, was transferred to city civil court. but certainly that court has no jurisdiction since the power available to original side of high court under clause 12 of the letters patent is not available to city civil courts and the mortgaged properties are situated outside the city civil court. in those circumstances, plaintiff in that case filed a transfer application to ..... file the plaint in the sub court, srivilliputhur, or (2) to file it before the original side of high court praying the court to invoke clause 13 of the letters patent for the purposes of justice. that being so, plaintiff presenting the plaint before the sub court, srivilliputhur is in order. the fact that initially the plaintiff moved high court and ..... clause 13 of the letters patent, the original side of the high court could have proceeded with the matter notwithstanding the fact of change in the pecuniary jurisdiction if it so desired for the purposes of ..... of the documents and creating an equitable mortgage took place in the city of madras and a leave to sue was obtained as contemplated under clause 12 of the letters patent. the original side of the high court returned the plaint with a direction to present the same before the debt recovery tribunal. of course, by virtue of powers vested under .....

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Sep 25 2002 (HC)

Prakashchandra S/O Prithviraj Panpalia and anr. Vs. Village Panchayat

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-25-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)ALLMR1061; 2003(3)BomCR314; 2003(1)MhLj572

..... of the learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondent is concerned, the same also is not tenable and acceptable as in our view, we do not find that any patent false statement or suppression of fact has been made by the petitioners. we had asked the learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondent to point out which particular paragraph ..... within the reasonable period, could not recover the tax beyond the period 3 years as prescribed under section 129, sub-clause (8). thus, in our view the demand notices are patently illegal as they are clearly in breach of the provisions of section 129, sub-clause (8) of the said act as they seek to recover taxes beyond three years.14 .....

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May 18 2002 (HC)

Prestige Housewares (India) Ltd. and anr. Vs. Prestige Estates and Pro ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : May-18-2002

Reported in : ILR2002KAR3258

..... of the act is misconceived, arbitrary and illegal and unsustainable. the petitioner has no locus stand to file the petition. the respondent has traversed averment made in the petition regarding patent and copyright owned by petitioners and has further emphatically denied that petitioners have been using work and trademark 'prestige' and that they enjoy great reputation and goodwill among traders and ..... proves that they are the authors of artistic work 'prestige' which was stylized and first used by petitioners in 1981 itself when the said artistic work was registered under the patents act in respect of various products manufactured and marketed by petitioners and the respondent has imitated and adopted the said artistic work which has created an impression that respondent is .....

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Mar 18 2002 (HC)

Prestige Housewares (India) Limited and anr. Vs. Prestige Estates and ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-18-2002

Reported in : 2002(6)KarLJ232

..... of the act is misconceived, arbitrary and illegal and unsustainable. the petitioner has no locus standi to file the petition. the respondent has traversed averment made in the petition regarding patent and copyright owned by petitioners and has further emphatically denied that petitioners have been using work and trademark 'prestige' and that they enjoy great reputation and goodwill among traders and ..... proves that they are the authors of artistic work 'prestige' which was stylized and first used by petitioners in 1981 itself when the said artistic work was registered under the patents act in respect of various products manufactured and marketed by petitioners and the respondent has imitated and adapted the said artistic work which has created an impression that respondent is .....

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Feb 11 2002 (HC)

Ramadhar Singh Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Feb-11-2002

Reported in : 2002(50)BLJR1120; [2002(94)FLR688]

..... the basic premise that the appellant was, in fact, removed from service and that this removal was because of an act of misconduct alleged against him. the removal, therefore, was patently by way of imposition of a major penalty upon him and this penalty undoubtedly would fall either under clause vii or under clause viii of rule 2 of 1935 rules ..... of the said rule 2 in as much as the order by which the appellant was removed from service in the facts and circumstance of the case was purely and patently penal in nature, also because admittedly the appellant was removed from service by way of his being awarded a punishment for an act of misconduct and that this cast a ..... orderthe court1. this appeal under clause 10 of the letters patent has been filed by the appellant against the judgment dated 30th july, 2001 passed by a learned single judge of this court in w.p.(s) no. 3369 of 2001 .....

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Jul 10 2002 (SC)

State of Haryana and anr. Vs. Haryana Civil Secretariat Personal Staff ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-10-2002

Reported in : AIR2002SC2589; 2002(3)ALLMR(SC)932; 2002(3)AWC2477(SC); 2002(2)BLJR1688; [2002(94)FLR851]; JT2002(5)SC189; 2002LabIC2630; RLW2003(1)SC3; 2002(5)SCALE138; (2002)6SCC72; [200

..... against such administrative decision taken by the government. the courts should approach such matters with restraint and interfere only when they are satisfied that the decision of the government is patently irrational unjust and prejudicial to a section of employees and the government while taking the decision has ignored factors which are material and relevant for a decision in the matter ..... court has ignored the settled principles of law in a claim relating to parity of pay and fixation of revised scale of pay, the judgment of the high court is patently erroneous and should be set aside. 7. on the other hand, shri anup g. choudhary, learned senior counsel appearing for the respondent supporting the judgment urged that in the context .....

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Aug 23 2002 (SC)

M.P. Rajya Sahkari Bank Maryadi Vs. Indian Coffee Workers' Co-operativ ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-23-2002

Reported in : AIR2002SC3055; JT2002(6)SC290; 2002(6)SCALE89; (2002)9SCC204

..... appellants claimed that the 7153 sq. ft., directed to be given to the 1st respondent, was out of the land allotted to them by the state government. both the letters patent appeals came to be dismissed by the common judgment dated 3th march, 2000.9. mr. sushil kumar jain submitted that the high court could not have directed the state government ..... august 1999. the state government field l.p.a. no. 283 of 1999 against the orders dated 16th april, 1999 and 5th august, 1994.8. the appellant also filed letters patent appeal no. 466 of 1999 against the orders dated 16th april, 1999 and 5th august, 1999. the appellants claimed that they were not parties to the writ petition filed by ..... variava, j.1. leave granted.2. heard parties.3. these appeals are against an order dated 8th march 2002 by which letters patent appeals field by the appellant have been dismissed.4. briefly stated the facts are as follows:on 14th of may, 1985, the appellant was sanctioned a lease of an area .....

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