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Apr 30 2001 (HC)

Secy. Federn. of Bus-operators Assn. of T.N. Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2001(134)ELT618(Mad); 2006[2]STR411; [2007]6STT49

..... the holders of contract carriage permits would be in any manner different from the holders of the stage carriage permits and the owners of the spare buses thereunder. the same rationale would apply even to the contact carriage vehicles covered by the permit under section 74 of the motor vehicles act. in fact, the most of the petitioners, who are having .....

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Apr 26 2007 (HC)

V.K. Balakrishnan (Deceased) (B. Kasthuri and ors.) Vs. C. Shankar and ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2007)3MLJ982

..... revision petitioner could have got a more chance of success.11. before going to the merits of the review application, it is to be seen as to what was the rationale behind the dismissal of the revision petition filed by the predecessor of the review petitioners.12. originally, the vacant site belonged to one ponnusamy, who on 10.05.1925 had .....

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Sep 15 2004 (HC)

Seshasayee Paper and Boards Ltd. Vs. Dy. Cit

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [2005]144TAXMAN812(Mad)

..... , at page 1128, and v. s. sundaram's the law of income-tax in india, has clearly held that both, by way of process of interpretation and looking to the rationale, viz., preventing erosion of the capital base of the assessee's business, the order of priority, viz., that the unabsorbed depreciation allowance gets priority over the unabsorbed investment allowance, is ..... in the parenthesis in sub-section (2) of section 33 for the purpose of fixing this order of priority. both, by way of process of interpretation and looking to the rationale, viz., preventing erosion of the capital base of the assessee's business, the order of priority that we have mentioned earlier is the correct order of priority as between carried .....

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Aug 05 2010 (HC)

C. Gnanasekaran. Vs. the Inspector General of Registration, Santhome H ...

Court : Chennai

..... high court while exercising its jurisdiction under article 227 has set aside the orders passed by the district collector, faridabad and upheld by the commissioner, gurgaon without any basis or rationale. apart from the jurisdiction, even what is factually stated in the order of the district collector, faridabad as upheld by the commissioner, gurgaon is unexceptionable and any interference was totally .....

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Feb 08 2013 (HC)

Retnabai Vs. Belarmine Joseph

Court : Chennai

..... that a discretion has been vested in the civil court to get any scientific investigation conducted only if it thinks necessary or expedient in the interest of justice. the basic rationale of the provision is that if the opinion of the scientific investigation is going to help in extracting the truth and determining the controversy raised in the dispute before the ..... 45 and 46 of the indian evidence act, 1872 but in the present case that has to be read with order 26. rule 10 a of the code. the basis rationale is whether such scientific investigation is going to advance the cause of justice and would be necessary for adjudicating upon the rights of the parties. therefore, i do not find .....

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Oct 24 2013 (HC)

Chelladurai Alias Alex Vs. State Rep. by

Court : Chennai

..... is applicable only if the confessional statement leads to the discovery of some new fact. the rationale behind section 27 of the evidence act is, that the facts in question would have remained unknown but for the disclosure of the same by the accused. the discovery of ..... statement made to a police officer or while an accused is in police custody, can be proved against him, if the same leads to the discovery of unknown fact. the rationale of sections 25 and 26 of the evidence act, is that police may procure a confession by coercion or threat. the exception postulated under section 27 of the evidence act .....

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Jul 02 2014 (HC)

Madha Medical College and Research Institute Vs. Union of India

Court : Chennai

..... the decision. right to reason is an indispensable part of a sound judicial system; reasons at least sufficient to indicate an application of mind to the matter before court. another rationale is that the affected party can know why the decision has gone against him. one of the salutary requirements of natural justice is spelling out reasons for the order made .....

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Sep 22 2016 (HC)

S. Gurusamy Vs. State Rep. By Deputy Superintendent of Police

Court : Chennai

..... the proceedings including finding, sentence or order passed by the special judge in appeal or revision before a higher court and not before the special judge trying the accused. the rationale underlying the provision obviously is that if the trial has proceeded to conclusion and resulted in a finding or sentence, the same should not be lightly interfered with by the .....

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Apr 04 2016 (HC)

Pondicherry Contract Carriage Owners' Association rep. by its Presiden ...

Court : Chennai

..... any case, what survived before the andhra pradesh high court was only the levy under section 3-a, but not its collection, due to the absence of a machinery. the rationale behind the decision of the andhra pradesh high court would apply to the cases on hand also. there is no machinery provided under the act as to how the question .....

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Aug 22 2003 (HC)

Sri Pandyan Travels, Represented by K. Devendran Vs. Commissioner of C ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2004)186CTR(Mad)677; 2004(91)ECC369; 2003LC654(Madras); 2004(163)ELT409(Mad); [2004]268ITR391(Mad); 2006[3]STR151; [2007]7STT159

..... the holders of contract carriage permits would be in any manner different from the holders of the stage carriage permits and the owners of the spare buses thereunder. the same rationale would apply even to the contract carriage vehicles covered by the permit under section 74 of the motor vehicles act. in fact, the most of the petitioners, who are having .....

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