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Apr 30 2013 (HC)

Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited Vs. Green Gardens Private Limited

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-30-2013

..... 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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Mar 12 2013 (HC)

Deputy General Manager of Indian Bank Vs. Presiding Officer of Central ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-12-2013

..... ) in support of his contentions.5. we have perused the punishment order dated 8.7.2004 passed by the appellant bank; award of the central industrial tribunal-cum-labour court dated 25.6.2008; order of the learned single judge dated 13.3.2012; decisions cited by both sides; and connected records.6. the charges levelled against the second respondent/writ petitioner ..... in w.p.no.5387 of 2001 dated 27.8.2009.15. the issue of exercise of discretion under section 11a of the industrial disputes act, 1947, by the labour court came up before the hon'ble supreme court in the decision reported in air 200.sc 252.(divisional manager, rajasthan s.r.t.c. v. kamruddin) wherein it is held that though ..... there was bona fide loss of confidence in the employee, observing that, (i) the workman is holding the position of trust and confidence; (ii) by abusing such position, he commits act which results in forfeiting the same; and (iii) to continue him in service/establishment would be embarrassing and inconvenient to the employer, or would be detrimental to the discipline or ..... appellate authority on 18.8.2004, which was also rejected on 15.2.2005. (g) thereafter the second respondent raised an industrial dispute under section 2a of the industrial disputes act, 1947, before the assistant labour commissioner (central) chennai, and a failure report as to the conciliation was issued and thereafter the ministry of labour, government of india on 6.2 .....

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Jun 27 2013 (HC)

Ponnammal Vs. M.Harikrishnan

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jun-27-2013

..... and another vs. state of uttar pradesh and others].. certain excerpts from it would run thus: ".37. section 165 of the evidence act, 1872 empowers the court to ask questions relevant, irrelevant, related or unrelated to the case to the party to ascertain the true facts. the party may not ..... or is addressed to a person other than a person entitled to the right. interpreting section 19 of the limitation act, 1908 (corresponding to section 18 of the limitation act, 1963) this court in shapur fredoom mazda v. durga prosad chamaria (air1961sc1236, held : .............". acknowledgement as prescribed by section 19 ..... have preferred this second appeal on various grounds and also suggesting the following substantial questions of law: a) is the lower appellate court correct and justified in disposing of the appeal even framing proper point and arise for consideration and even without following the procedure laid ..... the judgment and decree dated 09.07.2009 passed by the learned district munsif cum judicial magistrate, sriperumbudur in o.s.no.524 of 2008. for appellants : mr.m.ramamoorthy for mr.m.d.thirunavukkarasu for respondent : mr.m.venkatachalapathy senior counsel for mr.y.jyothish chander ..... district munsif cum judicial magistrate, sriperumbudur in o.s.no.524 of 2008.2. the parties, for the sake of convenience, are referred to here under according to their litigative status and ranking before the trial court.3. compendiously and concisely, the relevant facts, which stood uncurtained and .....

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Feb 08 2013 (HC)

Kennel Club of India Vs. Union of India

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-08-2013

..... ipso facto be regarded as conclusive or worthy of acceptance. in this regard, para 17 of the said judgment is extracted hereunder: "17.the high court has referred to and relied upon a number of articles and books written by different persons in coming to the conclusion that bulls and bullocks are useful ..... produced text book references relating to ear cropping and tail docking. 31.the learned counsel for the petitioner has relied on a judgment of the honourable supreme court in hashmattullah vs. state of m.p. and others [1996 (4) scc 391.for the proposition that every article published or a book written cannot ..... for the second respondent awbi. 15.i have considered the submissions made on either side and perused the materials available on record. 16.since this court has to decide as to whether the second respondent has jurisdiction to issue direction to the veterinary surgeons not to perform procedures and if they perform ..... praying for the issuance of writ of certiorarified mandamus, to call for records of the 3rd respondent dated 11.11.2011 in f.no.8-20/2008-vci/4094 and quash the same and direct the respondents to refrain from interfering with the practice of ear cropping and tail docking in canine pups ..... of kerala, (air 199.sc 128.= (1999) 3 scc 422), the supreme court held as under: "31. it is the basic principle of law long settled that if the manner of doing a particular act is prescribed under any statute, the act must be done in that manner or not at all. the origin of this .....

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Nov 29 2013 (HC)

T.Bhuvaneswari Vs. District Collector Cum District Magistrate of Erode ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-29-2013

..... considering contents of paragraph 23 of bharat plywood extracted supra, the full bench further observed, ".we cannot read this to mean that in reaching the decision the district magistrate acts as a court or that his proceedings are judicial proceedings.". the law laid down in mammoo (supra) has been followed in kunjulakshmi vs. district magistrate, reported in 1986 kerala law times 1320 ..... meeting and agreed for laying the lines through their lands. it was also explained that marking for commencement of construction of the lines in question was taken on 29-12-2008, after serving notices to all the concerned farmers through registered post. a notice was also pasted at panchayat office for intimation to the farmers. thus it was contended that the ..... not only a constitutional right but also a human right. {see lachhman dass v. jagat ram {2007 (10) scc448, vimlaben ajitbhai patel v. vatslaben ashokbhai patel {2008 (4) scc649, n.padmamma v. s.ramakrishna reddy {2008 (15) scc517, chandigarh housing board v. major general devinder singh {2007 (9) scc67. therefore, a dignified protest, even in the form of a formal letter, notice ..... nor it is necessary to give any notice by publication in local news papers as required under section 29 (2) of the electricity (supply) act, 1948. in spite of the same, the notification dated 14.07.2008 was published in the a.p. gazette as well as two local dailies inviting objections from the interested / aggrieved persons and no objections were received .....

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Apr 29 2013 (HC)

Pramod Kumar Vs. Union of India

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-29-2013

..... iv) if the federal structure is violated by any legislative action, the constitution takes care to protect the federal structure by ensuring that the courts act as guardians and interpreters of the constitution and provide remedy under articles 32 and 226, whenever there is an attempted violation. in the circumstances, any ..... of such post or position is vested on such person. the appellant working as inspector general of police in west zone, coimbatore from 10.9.2008 to 19.02.2010. thereafter he served as assistant commissioner of police, chennai and then as inspector general of police (armed forces), chennai. he ..... police service officers are the employees of central government, reliance was placed upon the decision of rakesh mittal's case (slp (crl) no.8074 of 2008). in the said case, rakesh mittal belongs to the i.p.s. cadre of uttarakhand state. on a complaint by the state government, cbi registered ..... re-registered as case not rc.13/e/2011/cbi/ eow/chennai.18. the appellant functioned as inspector general of police, west zone, coimbatore between 2008 and 2010. tirupur comes under the jurisdiction of the appellant i.e., west zone, in which main case in crime no.26 of 2009 was ..... chennai on 15.6.2011.6. during investigation, it was found that appellant while working as inspector general of police, west zone, coimbatore during 2008-2009 under whose jurisdiction ccb, tirupur also comes, abused his official position and extorted money to the extent of rs.2.85 crores from the .....

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Feb 12 2013 (HC)

Madras Hospitality Services Vs. Tangy Enterprises Pltd

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-12-2013

..... the state and only voidable at its instance because the prescribed authority had the jurisdiction to try such an application and allow it under s. 18 of the punjab act. but the supreme court in amar singh's case (air 197.sc994) (supra) held that the state, which was seriously prejudiced by the order but was not a party to it, ..... affirmative." 98 the conduct of respondent no.5 in entering reference in absence of arbitration agreement being without jurisdiction and contrary to provisions of arbitration and conciliation act itself leads to conclusion that this court has the jurisdiction to entertain and try the suit, as the proceedings by the respondent no.1 being void are not covered under the arbitration and ..... very clearly stipulates that "both parties agree to use best efforts to amicable resolve any disputes or differences between them before resorting to litigation before resorting to litigation before the courts at chennai." further, in line with the ongoing issues, the applicant's managing partner expressed and authorized the respondent's managing director by means of an official correspondence dated ..... small part. the resort as a whole comprised of rooms, restaurants, bar, swimming pool etc., apart from facilities for banquetes, conferences and residential training programmes for corporates. in march 2008, this respondent has launched "nine feet high" which was a successful venture fully owned and operated by the first respondent. it was on account of the success of this venture .....

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Feb 08 2013 (HC)

S. Mary Vs. Union of India

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-08-2013

..... india), wherein in paragraph 8 it is held thus, "8. article 21 of the constitution casts the obligation on the state to preserve life. the provision as explained by this court in scores of decisions has emphasised and reiterated with gradually increasing emphasis that position. a doctor at the government hospital positioned to meet this state obligation is, therefore, duty bound ..... care unit, where the baby expired on 22.6.2010. (v) it is further stated in the counter affidavit that till availability of operation theatre, petitioner was kept in ward no.17. as petitioner's uterus was beyond repair and blood loss was severe, hysterectomy was performed to save the petitioner's life, after getting verbal consent from the relatives ..... respondent.5. mr.t.arunan, learned counsel appearing for 4th respondent/jipmer hospital, pondicherry submitted that 4th respondent is a well reputed big hospital, obtained autonomous status in august, 2008 and every day about 5000 to 6000 outpatients are coming for treatment to the hospital and in the department of obstetrics and gynaecology alone about 250 to 300 outpatients are ..... providing treatment to the petitioner is contrary to the code of medical ethics drawn up with the approval of the central government under section 33 of the indian medical council act, 1956, which states that every doctor, whether at the government hospital or otherwise, has professional obligation to extend his services to protect the life. this obligation being total, absolute .....

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Sep 06 2013 (HC)

1.Mrs.Sri Priya Vs. Respondent

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-06-2013

..... have reproduced the excerpts of the respective speeches delivered by the petitioners 1 to 8 in tamil. for the purpose of effective understanding, this court finds that the verbatim reproduction of the alleged speeches in the translated version of english language from the vernacular language would be more appropriate. ". ..... in dindigal district. he has also reproduced the same contents of the complaint filed by the other respondents/complainants before the above said courts. therefore, the contents of the complaint of this respondent/complainant also need not be repeated.17. mr.rupert j.barnabas learned counsel ..... and another reported in air1966sc1773 in this case the division bench of the hon'ble supreme court of india has held in paragraph no.3 that; ".the section applies if the act causes harm or is intended to cause harm or is known to be likely to cause ..... . as observed by a three judges bench of the hon'ble supreme court of india in s. khushboo vs kanniammal & anr. criminal appeal no.913 of 2010 (arising out of slp (crl.) no.4010 of 2008), ".in respect of the offence of defamation, section 199 cr.pc ..... mandates that the magistrate can take cognizance of the offence only upon receiving a complaint by a person who is aggrieved. this limitation on the power to take cognizance of defamation serves the rational purpose of discouraging the filing of frivolous complaints which would otherwise clog the magistrate's courts .....

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Dec 20 2013 (HC)

C.Rajan Vs. Union of India

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-20-2013

..... section 120-b, ipc read with sections 7 and 13(2) read with 13(1)(d) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988. but, it appears that the special court is yet to take cognizance and issue summons, in view of the pendency of the above writ petitions, though i have ..... also not within his power to de-freeze the accounts. the learned counsel for the petitioner brought to my attention, several orders of this court whereby this court has ordered the de-freezing of the accounts of many such persons under similar circumstances, as a matter of routine. (of course, i ..... investigation, demand and acceptance of illegal gratification need not necessarily be in connection with one's own official duty. as pointed out by the supreme court in dhaneshwar narain saxena vs. the delhi administration {air1962sc195, duty and misconduct go ill-together. if a person has misconducted himself as a public ..... that it could be inferred from the doing of wrongful act intentionally without any just cause or excuse or without there being reasonable relation to the purpose of the exercise of statutory power.19. in r.thirugnanasambandam vs. central bureau of investigation {2008 (1) lw (cri.) 536}, i had an occasion ..... to consider a writ petition filed under article 226 of the constitution for quashing a charge sheet filed by the central bureau of investigation on the file of the special court for cbi cases. after referring to .....

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