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Feb 07 2014 (FN)

Elizabeth Bernard Vs. Attorney General of Canada and Others

Court : Canada Supreme Court

..... earlier decision was limited to the question of how much home contact information the employer could disclose to the union without infringing an employees rights under the privacy act. it was argued that the court of appeal erred in this regard. however, that view was clearly not shared by blais c.j., who was the president of the panel in both ..... ceased disclosing employees home addresses and sins. ms. bernard thought this concluded the matter. professional institute of the public service of canada v. treasury board and canada revenue agency, 2008 pslrb 13 (canlii), 2008 pslrb 13 (canlii) (pipsc 1?) [50] in 1995, ms. bernard accepted a position at the cra with a different job classification, which was subsequently reclassified as audit, ..... pslra. the union had requested employees names and position titles, as well as work and home telephone numbers, fax numbers, mailing addresses, and email addresses. [52] in its february 2008 interim decision, the public service labour relations board (board?) held that the employers failure to provide the complainant with at least some of the employee contact information that it requested ..... , work addresses and work telephone numbers? (pipsc 3, at para. 130). and, in her submissions during the reconsideration hearing, she requested that the board change its order of july 18, 2008 that is, pipsc 2 so that instead of home address and telephone number, only work address and telephone numbers should be provided? (pipsc 3, at para. 141). [83] .....

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Oct 08 2010 (SC)

State of MaharashtrA. Vs. Datar Swithgear Ltd. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... does not fall in the category of "rarest of rare" cases, warranting exercise of jurisdiction by the high court under section 482 of the code. learned counsel contended that the offence of fabrication of false evidence cannot be described as a civil act, and in any event, the existence of a civil remedy does not preclude the maintainability of criminal complaint.6 ..... v. c.r. alimchandani & ors.15 and k.m. mathew v. k.a. abraham & ors.16, it was next contended that it was not necessary to allege an overt act by each of the accused, and in that ..... (1998) 5 scc 7497 (2005) 8 scc 898 (2009) 6 scc 4759 (2007) 9 scc 48110 (2009) 3 scc 37511 (2008) 5 scc 66212 (2008) 5 scc 66816. relying on the decisions of this court in ttarun k. shah ..... of this court in inder mohan goswami & anr. v. state of uttaranchal and ors.1, k.l.e. society & ors. v. siddalingesh2, baijnath jha v. sita ram & anr.3, suneet gupta v. anil triloknath sharma & ors.4 and g. sagar suri & anr. v. state of u.p. & ors.51 (2007) 12 scc 12 (2008) 4 scc 5413 (2008) 8 scc 774 (2008) 11 scc .....

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Apr 06 2011 (SC)

Akhil Bhartiya Upbhokta Congress. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh, and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... semi-public (health) and the same could not have been utilized for the purpose of respondent no. 5, the state government issued notification dated 6.6.2008 under section 23-a(1)(a) of the act proposing change of land use in respect of 19.75 acres land of khasra no.82/1(part) of village bawadiya kalan from public and semi ..... change of land use are liable to be quashed because the same are ultra vires the provisions of section 23a(1) and (2) of the act. learned senior counsel referred to notification dated 06.06.2008 to show that the same did not contemplate modification of bhopal development plan for any proposed project of the government of india or the state government ..... the objections were untenable. her recommendation was approved by the secretary, housing and environment department and the concerned minister. thereafter, final notification dated 5.9.2008 was issued under section 23-a(2) of the act.4. the appellant, who is engaged in public welfare activities in general and consumers welfare in particular and claims to have received awards for good and ..... the indian trusts act.45. in the result, the appeal is allowed. the impugned order of the division bench of the high court is set aside and the writ petition filed by the appellant is allowed. the allotment of 20 acres land to respondent no.5 is declared illegal and quashed. notifications dated 6.6.2008 and 5.9.2008 issued by the state .....

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Apr 18 2013 (SC)

Samaj Parivartana Samudaya and Others Vs. State of Karnataka and Other ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... recommended the taking of any step or measure beyond what is contemplated by the statutory scheme(s) in force. it is argued that it will not be proper for this court to act under article 32 and to accept any of the said recommendations which are beyond the scheme(s) contemplated by the statute(s). in other words, what is sought to ..... made in respect of the mining operations in the districts of tumkur and chitradurga by order dated 26.8.2011. as the materials placed before the court (including the report of the lokayukta dated 18.12.2008) indicated large scale encroachment into forest areas by leaseholders and ongoing mining operations in such areas without requisite statutory approval and clearances, a joint team ..... that in the bellary-hospet region the annual production of iron ore had increased from 12.4 mmt in the year 2001-02 to 44.39 mmt in the year 2008-09. the then chief minister of the state had made a statement on the floor of the legislative assembly on 9.7.2010 that 30.49 mmt of illegal iron ..... go into the issues which exercise, however, did not yield any tangible result. thereafter, the matter was referred to the lokayukta of the state and a report dated 18.12.2008 was submitted which, prima facie, indicated indiscriminate mining of unbelievable proportions in the bellary district of the state. it is in these circumstances, that the petitioner- samaj parivartana samudaya had .....

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Mar 04 2011 (FN)

Premier of the Province of Kwazulu-natal Vs. Kishore Sonny and Another

Court : South Africa Supreme Court of Appeal

..... appellants case that during the time jayanthi claimed she saw the doctor on her first visit to addington hospital the attending doctors were all on ward rounds and not yet in attendance at the hospitals antenatal clinic. [17] it is necessary to record that the countries of origin of ..... ligation2allegedly wrongfully performed. [2] broadly speaking the first and second respondents case against the appellant and the municipality in the kwazulu-natal high court was that in treating jayanthi during her pregnancy the nursing staff at the clare estate clinic, a primary health clinic conducted by the municipality, ..... pay the abovementioned costs was joint and several with the municipality, up to and including 1 december 2008 (when liability was conceded by the latter). the present appeal, with the leave of the court below, is against the orders in favour of the second and third respondents. [6] before us ..... have taken the decision to terminate jayanthis pregnancy in terms of the choice on termination of pregnancy act 92 of 1996. [3] furthermore, the first and second respondents claim that when they consented to the bilateral tubal ligation they did so ..... fetus that jayanthi was carrying would suffer from a physical or mental abnormality. the first and second respondents contended that had the medical staff acted with the professional skill and diligence required of them they, as parentsto-be, would have been informed timeously of the risk and would .....

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Sep 13 2013 (FN)

Competition Commission Vs. Yara (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd. and Others

Court : South Africa Supreme Court of Appeal

..... woodlands concerned the validity of two summonses issued by the commission in terms of s 49a of the act, pursuant to an investigation into the milk industry as a whole. this court considered the scope of the initiating complaint to determine whether the summonses issued during the course of this investigation ..... necessarily prevail with regard to complaints initiated by the commission. [26] the cac also found support for the referral rule in the judgment of this court in woodlands dairy (pty) ltd v competition commission 2010 (6) sa 108 (sca). as i see it, however, woodlands does not provide that ..... have its origin in the decision of the cac in clover industries ltd v the competition commission 78/cac/1 jul 08 (12 november 2008). in this case the commission referred a complaint against clover and others to the tribunal. clover and its co-respondents objected to the referral ..... two counsel. judgment brand ja(nugent, malan, petse and saldulker jja concurring): [1] this is an appeal against an order of the competition appeal court (the cac) which overturned an order of the competition tribunal (the tribunal). proceedings commenced with an application by the competition commission (the commission) to ..... is upheld with costs, including the costs of two counsel, to be paid by the second respondent. 2. the order of the competition appeal court is set aside and replaced with the following: the appeal is dismissed and the appellants are ordered, jointly and severally, to pay the respondents costs .....

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Jun 19 2013 (FN)

London Borough of Harrow Vs. Cusack

Court : UK Supreme Court

..... some initial confusion as to the statutory basis for their proposed action, they settled on section 80 of the highways act 1980. mr cusack began proceedings in the county court for an injunction to prevent the erection of the barriers outside his house. judge mcdowall and on appeal maddison j ..... on the division could be issued only when the division plan submitted by the owners was compatible with the land development plan. the court considers that by adopting such an approach the authorities could effectively evade the obligation to build and maintain roads other than major thoroughfares provided ..... their possessions within a1p1. although it met the requirements of being lawful and in the general interest, it was not proportionate. 41. the court recognised that "in the area of land development and town planning" contracting states enjoyed "a wide margin of appreciation in order to implement their ..... ac 508, 530). whether compensation is payable depends on the particular statutory provision. 11. mr green, as i understood his arguments in this court, relied less on the general/specific principle as such, than on a purposive interpretation of the statutory provisions in their context. although he put ..... excluded from those rights, the court is entitled to inquire into the reasons for the exclusion, and ask whether it serves any legitimate purpose, or leads to results 'so anomalous as to render the legislation unacceptable': j a pye (oxford) ltd v united kingdom (2008) 46 ehrr 45, para 83 .....

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Feb 21 2014 (FN)

Antal Babos Vs. Her Majesty the Queen

Court : Canada Supreme Court

..... other crown. in her capacity as a crown, ms. tremblays role was that of a quasi-judicial officer. her function was to be assistant to the court in the furtherance of justice, and not to act as counsel for any particular person or party? (boucher v. the queen, 1954 canlii 3 (scc), [1955] s.c.r. 16, at p. 25). in threatening ..... source. a few days later, in an affidavit dated october 30, 2008, she explained that the medical records had been sent from the detention centre by mr. piccirillis doctor (a.r., vol. vii, at pp. 186-87). [17] when mr. baboss s ..... at the detention centre had followed up on mr. piccirillis health since his heart attack and whether mr. piccirilli had been receiving his medication since his hospitalization. on october 23, 2008, mr. piccirillis doctor provided the crown with medical documents pertaining to mr. piccirilli. ms. kovacevich immediately disclosed these documents to mr. piccirillis counsel, but she initially refused to divulge their ..... threatened directly, no issue is taken with the fact that the threats conveyed to mr. piccirilli would have come to his attention. [11] the appellants trial began in april 2008. notably, by february 2008, ms. tremblay was no longer on the file. she had been removed for health reasons and replaced by a federal prosecutor, ms. kovacevich, when the charges against the .....

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Apr 16 2008 (FN)

Begay Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

..... .5%), (1996) (15,249; 40.8%) online at http://www-nrd.nhtsa. dot.gov/cmsweb/listpublications.aspx?id=e&showby;=doctype (all internet materials as visited apr. 11, 2008, and available in clerk of court s case file); see also michigan dept. of state police v. sitz , 496 u. s. 444 , 451 (1990) ( no one can seriously dispute the magnitude of the ..... facts, 2006 traffic safety annual assessment alcohol-related fatalities 1 (no. 810821, aug. 2007), http://www-nrd.nhtsa.dot.gov/pubs/810821.pdf (as visited apr. 11, 2008, and available in clerk of court s case file). even so, we find that dui falls outside the scope of clause (ii). it is simply too unlike the provision s listed examples for us ..... the united states no. 06-11543 larry begay, petitioner v. united states on writ of certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the tenth circuit [april 16, 2008] justice breyer delivered the opinion of the court. the armed career criminal act imposes a special mandatory 15-year prison term upon felons who unlawfully possess a firearm and who also have three or ..... the united states begay v . united states certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the tenth circuit no. 06 11543.?argued january 15, 2008 decided april 16, 2008 the armed career criminal act (act) imposes a special mandatory 15-year prison term upon a felon who unlawfully possesses a firearm and who has three or more prior convictions for committing certain drug crimes .....

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Apr 13 2018 (SC)

Commissioner of Central Excise Vs. M/S. Madhan Agro Industries (I) Pvt ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... under the auspice of the general agreement on tariffs trade (gatt). in commissioner of customs and central excise, goa v. phil corporation ltd. (2008) 17 scc569 this court explained the hsn as under:-"9. ...the central excise tariff act is broadly based on the system of classification from the international convention called the brussels 69 convention on the harmonized commodity description and coding ..... given in the glossary of terms of the isi."74. 60. however, in camlin ltd. v. commissioner of central excise, mumbai (2008) 9 scc82 this court held that if the entries under hsn and the entries under the central excise tariff act are different then reliance cannot be placed upon hsn notes for the purposes of classification of goods under the central excise ..... note 2 to section vi and chapter note 3 to chapter 33 in support of the contentions advanced. apart from relying on the aforesaid provisions of the act, shri panda has submitted before the court that an elaborate market survey of the product undertaken had indicated that coconut oil in smaller packages are understood in the market and purchased as hair oil ..... by military personnel who are posted in high-altitude areas. in commissioner of central excise, calcutta v. sharma chemical works (2003) 5 scc60 this court held that in interpreting provisions of a statute like the excise act, the popular meaning as understood by the users should be applied and not the scientific or technical meaning.49. as held in jain exports pvt .....

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