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May 22 1996 (HC)

Smt. Jaswanti Negi Vs. Life Insurance Corporation of India, Dehradun a ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-22-1996

Reported in : AIR1997All152

..... injuncting the employees to carry on the business as insurance agents or allowing any member of their family to take up that business. nothing but the public interest is the rationale behind the proviso to regulation 29 of the regulations of 1960. if the parties lied up with matrimonial bonds, are permitted to continue to take up the business of insurance ..... agency under regulation 17(1) on the ground of petitioner's marriage with an employee of the insurance corporation is a reasonable step compatible to the public interest and the rationale of the proviso to regulation 29 of the regulations of 1960.13. for the reasons, the writ petition fails and is dismissed. the stay order dated 12-11-1987 is .....

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Sep 02 1996 (HC)

Chalamalasetty Satyendra Kumar and Others Etc. Vs. Government of A.P. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-02-1996

Reported in : AIR1997AP28; 1996(3)ALT920

..... candidates for admission, however, is not in the same category. it shall be necessary to see that the process of selection is not arbitrary, that it withstands the test of rationale and the nexus with the object of selecting the best and the excellent. all who have passed to get admission into medical colleges and who are otherwise qualified for admission .....

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Oct 03 1996 (HC)

Rajesh Chandulal Purohit Vs. Saurashtra University and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-03-1996

Reported in : AIR1997Guj148; (1997)1GLR317

..... significant distinction, between 'no notice', 'no hearing', and 'no opportunity' on one hand and 'absence of proper or adequate hearing' on the other hand. their lordships have also supplied the rationale for making this important distinction by observing that the ultimate and overriding objective underlying the rule of audi alteram partem (the primary principle of natural justice) is to assure a .....

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Jul 26 1996 (HC)

Machindra Babu Salve Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jul-26-1996

Reported in : 1997CriLJ486

..... is found, and the present case is one of those cases, that the number of injuries is a very significant circumstances for determining as to who is the aggressor. the rationale on which this principle is founded is that a party which goes to launch the assault would go well prepared and well armed in defence and, therefore naturally would inflict .....

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Apr 26 1996 (HC)

M.R. Patil, Vice-chairman and Managing Dir., Mah. S.R.T. Corpn. and an ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Apr-26-1996

Reported in : [1996(74)FLR2474]

..... be a party to the original proceedings. 23. all the above-mentioned provisions have not been noticed in deepak ray's case, as that case has turned only on the rationale that there is no provision in the act like section 32 of the industrial disputes act and, therefore, a person cannot be vicariously liable. it is held by the division .....

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Jan 12 1996 (HC)

K.M. Sarpabhushana Swamy Vs. Educational Appellate Tribunal, Bellary a ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-12-1996

Reported in : ILR1996KAR2409; 1996(3)KarLJ331; (1997)IILLJ316Kant

..... the jurisdiction of the subordinate authority disentitles him to invoke the writ jurisdiction of the high court, does not rest on the foundation that acquiescence, confers jurisdiction but on the rationale that the high court will be justified in refusing to exercise its jurisdiction in favour of a person who has either by reason of lack of diligence or by design .....

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Apr 26 1996 (HC)

M.R. Patil, Vice-chairman and M.D., M.S.R.T.C. and anr. Vs. Member, In ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Apr-26-1996

Reported in : (1997)ILLJ496Bom

..... be a party to the original proceedings. 23. all the above mentioned provisions have not been noticed in deepak ray's case as that case has turned only on the rationale that there is no provision in the act like section 32 of the industrial disputes act and, therefore, a person cannot be vicariously liable. it is held by the division .....

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Jan 17 1996 (FN)

United States Vs. Virginia

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-17-1996

..... not be capable of being characterized as "unique" is not only unique but nonexistent.8 in any event, regardless of whether the court's rationale leaves some small amount of room for lawyers to argue, it ensures that single-sex public education is functionally dead. 8 in this regard, ..... ) (emphasis added). that is the principal reason we publish our opinions. and the rationale of today's decision is sweeping: for sexbased classifications, a redefinition of intermediate scrutiny that makes it indistinguishable from strict scrutiny. see supra, at 571-574. indeed ..... principles of law that every court in america must follow. as we said only this term, we expect both ourselves and lower courts to adhere to the "rationale upon which the court based the results of its earlier decisions." seminole tribe of fla. v. florida, 517 u. s. 44 , 66-67 (1996 ..... that men alone were fit for military and leadership roles," and since "[b]efore this litigation was initiated, virginia never sought to supply a valid, contemporary rationale for vmi's exclusionary policy," "[t]hat failure itself renders the vmi policy invalid." brief for united states in no. 94-2107, at 10. this ..... says that the interest in diversity is so transparent that having to articulate it is "absurd on its face." post, at 592. apparently, that rationale was not obvious to the mission study committee which failed to list it among its reasons for maintaining vmi's all-men admissions policy. 563 vmi .....

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Jun 24 1996 (FN)

Lewis Vs. Casey

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-24-1996

..... this observation was wrong, but the equation of these two lines of cases allowed the bounds court to preserve the "affirmative obligations" element of the equal access cases, the rationale of which had largely been undermined prior to bounds, by linking it with ex parte hull, which had not been undermined by later cases but which imposed no affirmative obligations ..... that prohibited inmates from advising or assisting one another in the preparation of habeas corpus petitions. in striking down the regulation, the court twice quoted ex 7the court's rationale appears to have been motivated more by notions of federalism and the power of the federal courts than with the rights of prisoners. our citation of three nonhabeas cases ..... undermined in the years preceding bounds. thus, even to the extent that bounds intended to rely on those cases for the propositions for which they actually stood, their underlying rationale had been largely discredited. these cases, rooted in largely obsolete theories of equal protection, do not support the right to law libraries and legal assistance recognized in bounds. our ..... other more affluent people." id., at 19. in rejecting the claim that this sort of disparate impact amounted to unconstitutional discrimination, we declined the respondents' invitation to extend the rationale of griffin, douglas, and similar cases. we explained that, under those cases, unless a group claiming discrimination on the basis of poverty can show that it is "completely unable .....

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Feb 21 1996 (FN)

Behrens Vs. Pelletier

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-21-1996

..... 322 (no immediate appeal of prejudgment order denying class certification, in part because such appeals would "operat[e] only in favor of plaintiffs"). further, as mentioned above, the majority's rationale threatens added appeals, not simply in qualified immunity cases, but wherever an immunity-type doctrine (or any other important legal rule) seeks to protect litigants from trial. see, e. g ..... a postdiscovery summary judgment motion likely asks a legal question that is conceptually distinct from the legal question posed by a prediscovery motion to dismiss a complaint. but, given this rationale, can one limit the number of appeals to just one or two? would it not, in principle, justify several appeals where discovery, proceeding in stages, continuously turns up new ..... g., johnson, supra, at 309-311; r. posner, economic analysis of law 585-587 (4th ed. 1992). in mitchell v. forsyth, 472 u. s. 511 (1985), the court applied this rationale to a district court order denying a claim of qualified immunity. the court concluded that the district court order, by sending the case to trial, could cause the litigant what ..... court time and effort. see 472 u. s., at 527-529; but see id., at 545-550 (brennan, j., dissenting). hence, the "collateral order" doctrine's basic rationale supported interlocutory appeal. that same rationale, however, does not support two pretrial interlocutory appeals, the first from a denial of a motion to dismiss a complaint, the second from a later, postappeal, denial of .....

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