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Jun 15 2012 (HC)

N.Rathanshi N.Patel Vs. the Superintending Engineer, and ors.

Court : Chennai

..... of wood based industries rules, 2010 by the competent authorities.2. mr.s.k.rameshwar, learned counsel takes notice for the respondents 1 and 2 electricity board and mr.m.k.subramanian, learned special government pleader (forests) takes notice for the respondents 3 and 4 in all ..... anybody acting through them from in any manner interfering with the running of the business by the petitioner in a lawful manner or in any manner disconnecting the power supply bearing s.c.no.172-001113, at 115, sakthi nagar, pooluvapatti post, p.n. road, tirupur pending consideration of the application submitted by the petitioner seeking for licence under the provisions of tamil nadu regulation ..... anybody acting through them from in any manner interfering with the running of the business by the petitioner in a lawful manner or in any manner disconnecting the power supply bearing s.c.no.172-001113, at 115, sakthi nagar, pooluvapatti post, p.n. road, tirupur pending consideration of the application submitted by the petitioner seeking for licence under the provisions of tamil nadu regulation .....

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Jan 19 2011 (HC)

K.Pattammal and ors. Vs. the Special Deputy Collector and ors.

Court : Chennai

..... .12.2010 to the first respondent that their objections should be considered as per the provisions of the act and the rules and they should not be thrown out of the premises without following the due process of law.5. mr.m.dhandapani, learned special government pleader appearing for the respondents on instruction states that the procedure prescribed under the tamil nadu highways act, 2001 and the tamil nadu highways ..... of the act and the rules. petitioners need not have any ..... rules 2003 will be scrupulously followed and the matter will be proceeded strictly as per the provisions .....

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Apr 26 2013 (HC)

A.M.Selvaraj Vs. Managing Director of Metropolitan Transport Corporati ...

Court : Chennai

..... , which has no relevance in the present case. even otherwise, the said pension rule will have to give way to the provision of the disabilities act which is a special law which holds the field since 1995". (b)in the decision a.marimuthu v. tamil nadu state transport corporation (kumbakonam division iv) ltd., rep. by its managing director, d.no.51/1, s.no.216/2 ..... , pillaithanneerpandal, thirumayam road, pudukotta 001. and another, [(2010) 1 mlj 517.at special page 518, it is held as follows: "in the instant ..... for issuance of direction to the respondents to invoke the ingredients of section 47 of the persons with disabilities [equal opportunities, protection of rights and full participation] act, 1995. this court, on 05.02.2010, allowed w.p.no.11641 of 2009 [filed by the appellant/petitioner] by setting aside the impugned order of dismissal dated 04.05.2006 on the ground ..... .2012]. 32.at this juncture, to advance the cause of justice, we worth recall the following decisions: (a)in the decision n.krishnan v. tamil nadu state transport corporation rep. by its managing director, villupura 602. and another [2010 (2) ctc 731], the petitioner joined services of the state transport corporation and worked as conducted. he contracted disease of parkinson's after 20 .....

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Jan 27 2016 (HC)

T.N. Natarajan and Others Vs. The State of Tamil Nadu, Rep. by its Com ...

Court : Chennai

..... to quash the order dated 24.6.2009 passed by the secretary, government of tamil nadu, planning, development and special initiatives (s.1) department, and the communication of the special tahsildar (land acquisition) / fourth respondent in lr. no. rti 28/2010 dated 22.12.2010 insofar as their lands in s. nos. 62/1, 63, 57, 64, ..... , was effected, are not at all in circulation in the locality where the appellant was residing. he also contended that the special provisions contained in the town and country planning act were not complied with and hence, the acquisition proceedings are liable to be quashed. the further contention of the learned senior counsel ..... scc 552], the hon'ble apex court, in paragraphs 50 and 56 has observed as under:- para 50 : willis in his well known work `constitutional law' discusses two view points as to exercise of power of eminent domain. the older and stricter view was that unless the property was dedicated for user ..... discussion, not been persuaded to take a different view from the one taken by the learned single judge. 15. coming to the writ petition, the law on the point of maintainability of a writ petition, after passing of the award is very well settled by now. right from the case in pt ..... very sorry state of affair and make it evident that the litigants are eager to abuse the process of the court, having no idea for the law of limitation/delay and laches. 4. for better assessment of the entire gamut, we feel it appropriate to narrate the facts in short. 5. .....

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Nov 25 2014 (HC)

K. Sundaralingam Vs. 1. the District Collector

Court : Chennai

..... impugned resolution as well as the consequential allotment orders of the second respondent are not in consonance with the relevant provisions of the tamil nadu transparency in tender act 1988 as well as the common order in w.p.(md) nos.13584 and 13520 of 2010 dated 31/1/2011. in effect, the submission of the learned counsel for the petitioner is that the second ..... respondent should have conducted an auction in accordance with law as per the direction of this court.25. yet another plea taken ..... , s/o. p.k.krishnan, 38 venkatapathy iyengar street, kamarajar road, madurai9v. the sourashtra higher secondary school, by its correspondent and secretary, 110 kamarajar road, madurai9and3others {2012 (4) ctc489, at special page nos.493 and 494 wherein in paragraph nos.18 to 26, it is observed as follows:-"8. if the underlying principles of civil procedure code are applied, then the only way ..... 72 and 100 to 102 of 2014 on the file of the district munsif, devakottai, seeking for permanent injunction restraining devakottai municipality from dispossessing them without following due process of law. the respondents 4 to 11, in the said suits filed interlocutory applications seeking interim injunction pending disposal of the suits. on 1/9/2014, the trial court granted an interim .....

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Sep 23 2013 (HC)

S.Daisy Rani Vs. Chairman of Teachers Recruitment Board

Court : Chennai

..... to fourteen is a fundamental right.34. in the ninety-third constitution amendment act, clause (5) of article 15 was inserted to the effect that ".nothing in this article or in sub-clause (g) of clause (1) of article 19 shall prevent the state from making any special provision, by law, for the advancement of any socially and educationally backward classes of citizens or ..... in the present case, the review petitions make their claim solely on the basis of the exemption granted under clause (5) of the notification dated 23.08.2010 issued by the government of tamil nadu. learned advocate general appearing for the respondents, under instructions, submitted that no vacancies are available as on today in respect of the posts claimed by the review petitioners ..... to the post of secondary grade teachers and graduate assistants, rte act was enacted and the notification dated 23.08.2010 as well as the amended notification dated 29.07.2011 of ncte were issued. however, in view of the interim order of the apex court, referred to above, the tamil nadu government has stated in g.o.ms.no.181, dated 15 ..... 2008) 1 scc456and east coast railway v. mahadev appa rao reported in (2010) 7 scc678and the judgments of the division benches of this court in r.amirthaveni and another v. district employment exchange officer and others reported in 2008 (5) mlj1252and unemployed secondary grade teachers' welfare association v. state of tamil nadu, reported in 2008 (4) lln560 vi. secondary grade teachers :99. the .....

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Sep 21 2012 (HC)

Lakshmi School and Others Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and Others

Court : Chennai

..... exclusion given to them. since the cbse affiliated schools are 'private schools' within the meaning of section 2(j) of the act, the provisions of tamil nadu schools (regulation of collection of fee) act, 2009 are applicable to cbse schools. 48. cbse affiliation bye-laws _ power of the state government to regulate bse schools:- since states have the concurrent power to legislate regarding matters of ..... .13428 of 2010 was dismissed by the hon'ble supreme court by order dated 11.5.2010 ..... batch of writ petitions and the first bench of this court in 2010(4) ctc 353 - tamil nadu nursery matriculation case, upheld its validity except section 11 of the act and rules 4(4) and 4(5) of the rules giving power for entering the school for such inspection and seizure. the special leave petition filed against the said judgment in s.l.p.no ..... than what has been indicated in the order. 7. the said order was taken on appeal to the supreme court by way of special leave petition and the special leave petition was dismissed by the supreme court on 16.12.2010 deleting the period of four months fixed by the high court. in the mean time, a review petition was also filed before .....

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Apr 18 2016 (HC)

Flextronics Technologies (India) Private Limited, Rep. by its Managing ...

Court : Chennai

..... the petitioner under the provisions of the tamil nadu value added act, 2006? and (iii) whether on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the learned appellate tribunal was correct in law in holding that the petitioner is not entitled to refund of tax inadvertently paid on countervailing duty discharged on the finished goods cleared from the petitioner's sez unit?" 2. we ..... sold the goods manufactured in the sez, to huawei india, a doubt arose as to whether the component of anti-dumping duty should be included for the purpose of computing the liability of tax under tamil nadu vat act,2006 and cst act. therefore, the petitioner sought a clarification from the department, by submitting a letter dated 6.9.2010. 9. pending receipt of ..... assessing officer in view of the fact that the whole thing was brought to the notice of the assessing officer by the petitioner themselves by their letter dated 06.9.2010 seeking a clarification. 57. before the appellate deputy commissioner, the assessee raised an objection with regard to penalty. in one paragraph, the appellate authority held that there was ..... anti dumping duty itself was payable or not. even before this doubt could be cleared, the petitioner themselves sought a clarification from the assessing officer vide letter dated 06.9.2010. much before this clarification was issued, the company which purchased the finished product from the revision petitioner paid the anti dumping duty. thereafter, the assessing officer issued a .....

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Jun 05 2013 (HC)

V.C.Chandhira Kumar Vs. Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly

Court : Chennai

..... . 37.the learned advocate general, as amicus curiae placed before me all the relevant articles of the constitution of india and other provisions of the acts like the representation of people's act and tamil nadu payment of salaries act, 1951, tamil nadu legislative assembly rules, etc. and quoted extensively from the judgment of the hon'ble supreme court reported in 2007 (3) scc184and 2012 ..... and grandeur of its task, there would always be an initial presumption that the powers, privileges, etc. have been regularly and reasonably exercised, not violating the law or the constitutional provisions, this presumption being a rebuttable one; (f) the fact that parliament is an august body of coordinate constitutional position does not mean that there can be no ..... is illegal and unconstitutional warranting interference by this court. to support his contention, he relies on the decision of the hon'ble supreme court reported in 2010 (6) scc113(amarinder singh vs. special committee punjab vidhan sabha and others). 42.the learned senior counsel further submits that article 208 of the constitution also does not specify about what conduct ..... unilaterally and commanded the petitioner to convey his apology on threat of summary imposition of sentence. the full bench further found that there was a gross violation of law as also principles of natural justice in dealing with the case of the petitioner and punishing him with imprisonment and the entire procedure adopted smacks of arbitrariness and .....

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Apr 15 2015 (HC)

G.Ravindran Vs. 1.The State of Tamil Nadu,

Court : Chennai

..... to cover cases of this nature. even the fatal accidents act, 1855, does not provide adequate indications. the state of kerala has a special enactment known as "the kerala torts (miscellaneous provisions) act, 1976. but even the said act, is primarily aimed at codifying the law relating to survival of causes of action, liability of joint ..... to be paid for the death of a student in the school due to negligence of the government school teacher. (h) 2010 wlr851(db) :2010. (1) cwc455(t.sekaran v. state of tamil nadu & others) - a sum of rs.9,07,000/- was directed to be paid to the family of a person, ..... pay the compensation, within a period of one month from the date of receipt of a copy of this order."(vi) 2010 (1) cwc455[t.sekaran vs. the state of tamil nadu and others]., wherein in paragraphs 51 to 53, it has been held as follows:"1. once it is found that the ..... be decided.15. this issue is no longer res integra. this court in the judgments reported in 2010 (1) cwc455[t.sekaran vs. state of tamil nadu and others].; 2014 writ l.r. 316 [mrs. saroja vs. the government of tamil nadu & another].; 2014 writ l.r. 739 [r.pareetha beevi & others vs. the chairman, tneb ..... to various judgments, by which compensation was awarded. the said paragraphs are already extracted supra.24. in the judgment reported in 2010 (1) cwc455[t.sekaran vs. state of tamil nadu and others]., this court arrived at the notional income of the deceased and applying multiplier method, awarded compensation to the legal heirs .....

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