Whether the reopen petition, recall petition , Receiving of additional chief affidavit petition, doucment petition can be allowed when filed at the time of the arguments ? -AP HIGH COURT

THE HON’BLE SRI JUSTICE M.SEETHARAMA MURTI Reopening the evidence, Permission to file the petition listed documents, Recalling PW2 for further examination and Receiving additional chief affidavit of the said witness.-when the suit is posted for arguments, the plaintiff filed the afore-stated four interlocutory applications for the purpose of adducing further oral and documentary evidence after… Read More Whether the reopen petition, recall petition , Receiving of additional chief affidavit petition, doucment petition can be allowed when filed at the time of the arguments ? -AP HIGH COURT

Whether the explanation [c] added in regulation 2[s] of regulations of 1995 ,in the month of January 2003 with retrospective effect is constitutionally valid?

Indian Banks� Association was negotiating with the Officers� Association and a Joint Note had been entered into and was signed on 14.12.1999, with regard to periodical pay revision of the officers of the member Banks. Joint Note indicated the date of effect of scale of pay, dearness allowance and pension, as was magreed to be… Read More Whether the explanation [c] added in regulation 2[s] of regulations of 1995 ,in the month of January 2003 with retrospective effect is constitutionally valid?

Whether the alienation of the property pending the suit can be set aside in contempt of proceedings for voiltion of injunciton orders restraing from alienation ? – No-

The appellant filed a suit against PABC’s for specific performance in the year 1993 basing on sale agreement 0f the year 1981 and the same was decreed and sale deed was executed in the year 2003 – in the mean while in the year 1994 a suit was filed against the properties PABC – in… Read More Whether the alienation of the property pending the suit can be set aside in contempt of proceedings for voiltion of injunciton orders restraing from alienation ? – No-

Whether the death bed letters of dedications do not transfer any property as they are neither a will nor a gift. ? – AP HIGH COURT

a suit for a declaration that he is the close and sole legal heir to the properties of late D.V.S. Tirupati Rao – The plaintiff is the son of D.V. Ranga Rayanim varu, the brother of late D.V.S. Tirupati Rao.  The said Sri D.V.S. Tirupati Rao, Sri D. Rama Rayanim varu and D.V. Ranga  Rayanim… Read More Whether the death bed letters of dedications do not transfer any property as they are neither a will nor a gift. ? – AP HIGH COURT

Whether it is an individual property or joint family property?merely becuase mutation of entires are effected in his name and tax and electicity bills etc. paid in his name – with out having any legal possession and without having any capcity to raise a building etc.,

Suit for restoration of possession,   mesne profits   and for a   permanent   injunction   with   respect   to   House   – The plaintiff   acquired   the   leasehold   rights   on   plot under   the   perpetual   lease   deed granted   by   the   President   of   India   in   his   favour   and registered   on   31.01.1966.  -raised   a construction   over   the   plot   and   obtained   the   necessary sanction   from   the   competent   authority   as   per   the   site plan   and … Read More Whether it is an individual property or joint family property?merely becuase mutation of entires are effected in his name and tax and electicity bills etc. paid in his name – with out having any legal possession and without having any capcity to raise a building etc.,

whether, the appellants, daughters of Gurulingappa Savadi, could be denied their share on the ground that they were born prior to the enactment of the Act and, therefore, cannot be treated as coparceners?or whether, with the passing of Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005, the appellantswould become coparcener by birth in their own right in the same manner as the son and are, therefore, entitled to equal share as that of a son?

suit for partition – plaintiff filed this suit against his father,  his father’s brother , his father’s sisters and his paternal grandmother who are the sons ,daughters and wife of late Gurulingappa Savadi –  stating  that the   two   sons   and   widow   were   in   joint   possession   of   the   aforesaid properties as coparceners and properties mentioned in Schedule B was acquired … Read More whether, the appellants, daughters of Gurulingappa Savadi, could be denied their share on the ground that they were born prior to the enactment of the Act and, therefore, cannot be treated as coparceners?or whether, with the passing of Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005, the appellantswould become coparcener by birth in their own right in the same manner as the son and are, therefore, entitled to equal share as that of a son?

Whether under Mysore Hindu Law women’s Rights Act /Karanataka Hindu law women’s rights Act – if a women acquired property on the death of her husband – can be considered as aboslute owner and whether she can gift the same to her one of the daugther and whether on the death of donee , this property falls on her husband or revert back on the legal heirs of Donor that is another duagther under sec.15 [2][a] of Hindu Succession Act ?

Mysore   Hindu   Law   Women�s   Rights   Act,   1933 [subsequently  known  as  �Karnataka  Hindu  Law Women�s   Rights   Act,   1933�   by   way   of amendment   by   Mysore   State   (Alteration   of Name)   Act,   1973   (31   of   1973)] – under   Section   10   the   suit   property that   came   to  her   on   the   death   of   her husband  –  was   Stridhana   property and by virtue of Section 11 of the said… Read More Whether under Mysore Hindu Law women’s Rights Act /Karanataka Hindu law women’s rights Act – if a women acquired property on the death of her husband – can be considered as aboslute owner and whether she can gift the same to her one of the daugther and whether on the death of donee , this property falls on her husband or revert back on the legal heirs of Donor that is another duagther under sec.15 [2][a] of Hindu Succession Act ?