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Oct 07 1980 (HC)

G.N. Venkataswamy Vs. Tamil Nadu Small Industries Development Corporat ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1981Mad318; (1981)2MLJ254

..... the add rajpramukh issued an ordinance applying all the laws obtaining in the state of patials, including the patiala recovery of state dues act 2002 bk. to the entire state of pepsu. after the promulgation of the constitution of india an january 26, 19w, pepau became pot of the indian union as a part b ..... this regulation stated:'whereas doubts have been entertained as to the liability of the estate of a minor not taken under the management of the court of wards, to be sold for arrears of revenue; and whereas it is considered expedient, for the due protection of the property of minors and other ..... 2) the collector on receiving the certificate shall proceed to recover the amount stated therein as an arrear of land revenue.' the supreme court observed (at p. 804) 'the act is passed with the object providing a speedier remedy to the state government to realise the loans advanced by it or by the uttar ..... x of 1831 was a regulation to prohibit the sale of estates belonging to minors not under the charges of the court of wards, and to extend the provisions of section 20, regulation v of 1804, to property of every description not subject to the jurisdiction of that ..... incapacitated persons, that the provisions of section 23, regulation v, 1804, should be extended to property of every description not subject to the jurisdiction of that court, the .....

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Nov 28 2007 (HC)

P. Lingappan Vs. R. Palanisamy

Court : Chennai

Reported in : II(2008)BC699

..... be held that notice to the firm will amount to notice to the partners and vice-versa.20. therefore, in the considered view of this court the contention of the learned counsel appearing for the petitioner merits acceptance and the contention of the learned counsel appearing for the respondent is liable ..... 2 ors. v. shasun chemicals and drugs ltd. (supra), the decision in girish chandra pandey v. kanhaiyalal chandak (supra), of the calcutta high court cannot be relied upon.19. it is pertinent to point out that admittedly the notice sent to the firm and other partners namely a1 and a2 were ..... drawer. only when that process fails, the cause of action, as envisaged in section 138, would arise against them, to enable the complainant to approach the court, within the stipulated time so. the starting of the process is, the service of notice on the persons, who represent the company, the drawer of the ..... the learned counsel appearing for the petitioner relied upon the following decisions, viz.:(i) b. raman and 2 ors. v. shasun chemicals and drugs ltd. ii (2008) bc 83 : ii (2008) clt 91 : 2006(2) lw (cri.) 775 (db).(ii) poppys spinning mills (p) ltd. v. c. visalakshi and anr. .9. in the ..... and it was placed before the court, but without rectifying the defect what was found in the notice issued to the opposite party. but, this would not satisfy the legal requirements. the legislative intent of a notice in a proceeding under section 138 of the negotiable instruments act is making the opposite party .....

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Jul 27 2011 (HC)

Ms.Dorothy Thomas Vs. Mr.Rex Arul

Court : Chennai

..... father. therefore, child was directed to be handed over to mother, to be taken to u.s dhanwanti joshi's case 1998 (1) scc 112 petition under guardians and wards act before family court 1. marriage took place in u.s., on 11-6-1982, child born in u.s. on 15-3-1983 and the couple separated on 20-4-1983 2 ..... court of justice, family division, u.k., in november 2008 4. thereafter, the father initiated habeas corpus before delhi high court held:(i) that the high court was right in balancing the issue of comity of courts and the issue of interest and welfare of the child by directing the child ..... 1. matrimonial home set up in scotland and then moved to england. child born in u.k., and holds british passport 2. mother and child came to india in september 2008 with return tickets, but they did not return 3. so the father obtained an order for the return of the child to the jurisdiction of high ..... to return the minor child to the jurisdiction of that court. even before the initiation of those proceedings in the english court, the mother and the child had returned to india on 12.9.2008. the father also came to india on 10th october 2008 but returned to u.k., on 14th october 2008. the english court passed an order on 26.11.2009, directing the .....

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Jul 27 2012 (HC)

The Management of WavIn India Ltd. Vs. the Principal Labour Court and ...

Court : Chennai

..... issued to the workmen to collect the retrenchment benefits, held that there was no compliance of sec.25f of the industrial dispute act. this conclusion was arrived at by the learned labour court in view of the findings on point no.1, where it was held that the factory was not closed. in case of ..... that it was case to award lump sum compensation in lieu of reinstatement.27. the workmen in w.p.no.3787/2008 challenged the award only on the ground that though the learned labour court held that retrenchment was bad in law and the factory stood revived, it wrongly ordered lump sum compensation, instead of reinstatement ..... as the common question of law and facts are involved.2. w.p.no.1856 of 2008:the management of wavin india ltd. has invoked the extraordinary jurisdiction of this court to challenge the award passed by the principal labour court, chennai in i.d.nos.195 to 200, 240, 241 and 701 to 703 of 1990 ..... , 701, 708, 710, 711 & 713 of 1990.4. w.p.no.1857 of 2008:this writ petition has also been filed by the management of wavin india ltd. to challenge the interim order passed by the learned labour court in refusing the application for physical inspection.5. w.p.no.12578 of 2010this writ petition ..... .12578 of 2010 are ordered to be dismissed as not competent. whereas w.p.no.1856 of 2008 and w.p.no.3787 of 2008 are disposed of, by remitting the case back to the learned labour court to determine the quantum of compensation payable to each workmen by letting the parties to lead evidence with .....

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Jul 22 2010 (HC)

Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., Vs. S and S Power Switchgear Ltd ...

Court : Chennai

..... seen. the facts are that a reasoned award given in a dispute between the contractor and the government corporation was challenged under section 30 and 33 of the act, 1940 before the high court. originally, the original petition was rejected by the learned subordinate judge and on appeal, the division bench set aside the award. challenging the same, the contractor preferred an ..... the date of receipt of a copy of the order. the order under appeal now before this court is consequent on the order passed on remand from this court. 10. a perusal of the order passed in o.p.no.60 of 1997 dated 27th june, 2008, now the subject matter of the present appeal, shows that it confirmed the findings of the ..... indian bank, high court, madras and the deposit receipt to be kept in the custody of the registrar ..... aspect of liquidated damages, i have no hesitation in confirming the orders of the court below. in the circumstances, the appeal stands dismissed. no costs. consequently, m.p.no.1 of 2008 is also dismissed. 40. it is seen from the orders of this court dated 30.09.2008 that the appellant was directed to deposit a sum of rs.16.00 lakhs in .....

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Aug 24 2012 (HC)

M/S. Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. Rep. by Its Manager Vs. Mahaveer Chand D ...

Court : Chennai

..... appraisal of the evidence produced before the arbitrator. as per the decisions seen already, it is out side the scope of the power of this court. this court cannot act as an appellate court, nor re-appreciate the evidence adduced before the arbitrator, nor substitutes its own view. further, there is no error apparent on the face of ..... circulars issued by rbi on charging of interest on various advances. those circulars are dated 01.07.2005, 01.07.2006, 02.07.2007, 01.07.2008 and 01.07.2009. in fact, they were marked as ex.r1 to ex.r5 before the arbitrator. the loan agreement between the bank and the borrowers ..... the loan agreement. 42. it is not in dispute that the borrowers have paid without any demur, the monthly installments up to 12 quarters. on 06.10.2008, the bank informed them the change in the rplr for air for home finance granted to them, which runs as under:- we would like to advise you ..... %) with effect from 01.10.2008. accordingly, the installment due together with enhanced rate of interest was demanded. this was objected to by the borrowers on the ground that without any basis, authority and ..... 12.2005, a loan agreement embodying the above terms and conditions was executed. accordingly, the borrowers started paying the installments. 4. after the 12 quarters, on 06.10.2008, the bank sent letter informing the borrowers the revision of interest from 9.5% p.a. to 15.75% p.a. (16.75% p.a., less 1 .....

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Oct 26 2016 (HC)

Thaicom Public Company Limited Vs. Raj Television Network Ltd.

Court : Chennai

..... iii) justice or morality. (emphasis supplied) 25. in saw pipes, the ambit and scope of the court s jurisdiction under section 34 of the 1996 act was under consideration. the issue was whether the court would have jurisdiction under section 34 to set aside an award passed by the arbitral tribunal, gafta which was ..... which would apply is perfectly plausible and consistent with the internationally accepted legal position which has been reaffirmed by the constitution bench of the supreme court in bharat aluminium co. at this juncture it is necessary to note that the declaratory part of the decision in bharat aluminium co., ..... be construed as retrospective and a statute which while procedural in its character, affects vested rights adversely is to be construed as prospective." the court while discussing limitation further held that the "law of limitation is generally regarded as procedural and its object is not create any right but to ..... expired. 18. as regards the question whether the law of limitation is a substantive law or a procedural law, the decision of the supreme court in thirumalai chemicals limited v. union of india is instructive. there it was explained that the procedural law establishes a mechanism for determining the ..... of this agreement was four (4) years and nine (9) months. the agreement commenced on 01.10.2003 and was to expire on 30.06.2008. 2.2. in terms of the said agreement, for the services rendered by the petitioner, the respondent was required to pay us $35,834 per .....

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Mar 04 2016 (HC)

N. Renuka Devi Vs. E. Lalitha and Another

Court : Chennai

..... of the grantee to represent the estate of the deceased and as such it is incapable of valuation. the said provisions contained in the court-fees act contemplate payment of court-fee in cases where the subject-matter is capable of valuation and not otherwise. it cannot be disputed that the value of the ..... the testator s.v.ramakrishnan on 31.12.1980, the plaintiff has taken steps to execute the will by filing o.p.no.367 of 2008 before this court for grant of letters of administration, and though there may be some delay, the delay may not defeat the rights of the plaintiff and that ..... t.o.s.no.2 of 2009 numbered on conversion of o.p.no.367 of 2008, filed under sections 232 and 276 of the indian succession act, 1925, read with order 25 rule 5 of the madras high court original side rules, praying that letters of administration with a will annexed, may be granted to ..... or possession. 43.8. the protection of the court can be granted or extended to the person who has a valid subsisting rent agreement, lease agreement or licence agreement in his favour." (m) 2008 (14) scc 754 (babu singh vs. ram sahai): "16. section 69 of the act (evidence act) reads, thus: "69. proof where no ..... and others, 2008(1)ctc 80 (sc) : 2007(11)scc 357, wherein the hon ble supreme court, while relying upon its earlier decision in chiranjilal shrilal goenka vs. jasjit singh and others, 1993 (2) scr 454, and pleaded that in a probate, the court in exercise of jurisdiction under the indian succession act is not competent .....

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Oct 05 2012 (HC)

The Management, Eih Associated Hotels Ltd., (The Trident, Chennai) and ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2012(5)LLN729; 2013(1)LW258

..... were not given to the workman. 16. mr.t.p.manoharan, the learned counsel appearing for the management, referred to the following judgment of the supreme court reported in (2008) 4 scc 42 [pepsu road transport corporation v. rawel singh] for contending that inspite of service of show cause notice, the workman failed to appear in the enquiry. 17. ..... the workman to work out his rights in term of execution proceedings vested with the labour cout under section 11-b of the i.d.act. in view of the remedy available, this court is not inclined to deal with the contempt petition, especially when the petition filed by the management in m.p.no.3 of 2012 ..... the file of the first respondent and quash the same. contempt petition filed under section 11 of the contempt of courts act to punish the respondents for willfully and deliberately violating the common order of this hon'ble court dated 19.03.2012 passed in m.p.no.2 of 2012 in w.p.no.25031 of 2011.) ..... within 8 weeks failing which the workman can proceed to compute the amount as he has already filed claim petition before the labour court under section 33-c(2) of the i.d.act being c.p.no.1882 of 2011 as well as invoke the power of execution under section 11-b of the i.d ..... and 2 of 2012 seeking for a direction to pay rs.9750/- every month to the workman in terms of section 17-b of the i.d.act and also for vacating the interim stay granted on 31.10.2011. both applications were supported by a counter affidavit filed by the workman dated 18.02.2012. .....

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Apr 30 2013 (HC)

Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited Vs. Green Gardens Private Limited

Court : Chennai

..... sun tv network were being sold by the creditor and he informed her of the development. she filed a suit c.s.no.1172 of 2008 in the high court of madras. in cross examination the residential addresses of indira anand and k.bharathi were brought out. he was asked about the telephone of anand ..... creditor. he informed k.bharathi of the sale of the pledged shares of indira anand. she thereupon filed the suit c.s.no.1177 of 2008 in the high court of madras.51. in the claim by indira anand, he deposed that he was asked to look after some of the personal financial matters of ..... valuation causing huge losses to the debtors and the pledgors. thereafter, more shares were sold on subsequent dates. by ignoring the interim direction of this court, on 19.12.2008, the creditor sold the balance share at rs.145 per share, whereas the market value of sun tv network shares for that day was rs ..... dw1, subsisting at that stage supported by the two pledges-) the scope of the orders passed by the high court of madras before proceeding with the sale of shares on 19.12.2008, the creditor had acted, if not recklessly atleast with lack of care. it cannot be forgotten that the creditor was the bailee of ..... the sale of shares effected on 02.12.2008, 15.12.2008, 16.12.2008 and 19.12.2008 was in contravention of the provisions of the indian contract act. whereas the sale on 19.12.2008 was malafide and was a deliberate flouting of the order of injunction passed by this court. the sale was also not bonafide being .....

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