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Mar 01 2017 (HC)

M/s. JKM Graphics Solutions Private Limited, Rep. by S. Ravi, Director ...

Court : Chennai

..... of sales tax, the supreme court while considering the provisions for the grant of a set off under rule 41(9) of the bombay sales tax rules, 1959, explained the rationale for a set off as follows: the judgment of the supreme court enunciates that (i) the dealer has no legal right to claim a set off of the purchase tax .....

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Feb 20 2017 (HC)

T.K. Subramaniam and Another Vs. Rukmani

Court : Chennai

..... cases, the case reported in (2011) 4 supreme court cases 363 the hon'ble court has stated as follows: 28. we are at a loss to fathom any logic or rationale, which could have impelled the high court to condone the delay after holding the same to be unjustifiable. the concepts such as liberal approach , justice oriented approach , substantial justice cannot .....

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Feb 17 2017 (HC)

M. Kannan Vs. State rep by The Inspector of Police, All Women Police S ...

Court : Chennai

..... be true of men of intelligence, how much more true is it of the ignorant and illiterate or those of feeble intellect. both powell and gideon involved felonies. but their rationale has relevance to any criminal trial, where an accused is deprived of his liberty. the court should consider the probable sentence that will follow if a conviction is obtained. the .....

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Jan 18 2017 (HC)

Molly Mathai Vs. P. Basantha Kumar and Others

Court : Chennai

..... right that has accrued to it in law as a result of his acting vigilantly" 24. .. .. 25. .. .. 26. .. .. 27. .. .. 28. we are at a loss to fathom any logic or rationale, which could have impelled the high court to condone the delay after holding the same to be unjustifiable. the concepts such as "liberal approach", "justice oriented approach", "substantial justice" can .....

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Jan 06 2017 (HC)

Heeralal Constructions Pvt Limited by its Managing Director, Gopichand ...

Court : Chennai

..... the right to make payment of rs.5,00,00,000/- (rupees five hundred lakhs only) in lieu of the area allotted any time. i am unable to see any rationale behind this agreement. there are no shares to be transferred. there is no building to be allotted. in fact, all they had was a paper and pen and they could .....

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Dec 21 2016 (HC)

The Central Board of Excise and Customs Government of India, Ministry ...

Court : Chennai

..... , moveable, saleable and marketable. the duty is on manufacture or production but the production or manufacture is carried on for taking such goods to the market for sale. the obvious rationale for levying excise duty linking it with production or manufacture is that the goods so produced must be a distinct commodity known as such in common parlance or to the .....

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Nov 23 2016 (HC)

M.K. Stalin, Leader of Opposition and Member of Legislative Assembly V ...

Court : Chennai

..... the fixed tenure is five years unless it is curtailed. but, a pregnant one, this curtailment cannot be done in an arbitrary or capricious manner. there has to have some rationale. merely because the words "until further orders" are used, it would not confer allowance on the employer to act with caprice." 22. therefore, on a reading of the above dictum .....

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Nov 09 2016 (HC)

M. Venkataswamy (Deceased) and Others Vs. Mythira Devi and Others

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 ..... a discretion has been vested in the civil court to get any scientific investigation conducted only if it thinks it 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 .....

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Nov 01 2016 (HC)

K. Sampath (died) and Others Vs. Jayaraman s/o. Late Ekambar Mudaliar

Court : Chennai

..... . p.shanthakumari [2000 (2) l.w. 642] to the effect that acceptance of costs would preclude a party challenging an order wherein costs in his favour has been ordered. the rationale of the decisions of the apex court in p.r.deshpande v. maruti balaram haibatti [1998 (6) scc 507] and [1995 supp (2) scc 539] would impel this court to .....

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Oct 26 2016 (HC)

Thaicom Public Company Limited Vs. Raj Television Network Ltd.

Court : Chennai

..... be given a narrower meaning, as against a situation, which arises in the context of a challenge to the award under section 34 of the 1996 act. 20.5. the rationale advanced, was that, a section 34 petition is instituted, at stage, prior to an award, morphing into an executable decree, while, section 48 objection is preferred, to keep at bay .....

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