Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Jun-23-1988
Reported in : ILR1988KAR1998; 1988(2)KarLJ179
..... delay should not result in deprivinghis dependents of the material gains, that should have normally beenrealised by him during his life time. the industrial disputes act, bysection 10(8) has recognised this principle. equitable considerationsjustify the extension of such a principle to the claims of any otheremployee, seeking redress by invoking the writ jurisdiction. in thecircumstances, we are of the opinion that ..... emoluments, the legalrepresentatives had to file a separate suit, even if the writ petitionsucceeded. it was further observed that, it was doubtful whether thesuit would be within the period of limitation, as the order ofdismissal was made as early as 1958 ; the court had doubt as to theoperative date for computing period of ..... limitation. hence the courtheld that, --'the issue of a writ is only sought as a step towardsfurther legal steps which the legal representatives of the deceasedofficer propose to take.'thereafter, the ..... the view taken by the highcourt of allahabad, gujarat and punjab and haryana, on the point inissue, is to be preferred.16. we may also refer to .....Tag this Judgment!