L And T Finance Limited vs Manoj Pathak And Anr on 2 December, 2019

On

2. The respondents themselves were served as the afdavit of
service shows on 1st October 2019. The afdavit of service dated
8th November 2019 is taken on record. The reason I note this is
because I have the usual request by Mr Shinde for an adjournment
to take instructions. What the respondents have been doing since 1st

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October 2019 is wholly unexplained. Some limited protection is
necessary. My reasons follow.

L And T Finance Limited vs Diamond Projects Limited And 3 Ors on 2 December, 2019

On

2. The petition is under Section 9 of the Arbitration and
Conciliation Act 1996. The 1st respondent is a company that
manufactures conductors, cables, transmission towers and
transformers. It also undertakes projects for power infrastructure.
The 2nd respondent is another private limited company in a similar
business. Respondents Nos. 3 and 4 are the directors of the
respondents Nos. 1 and 2 and have given personal guarantees as set
out below.

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Rameshchandra Mansukhani And 5 … vs Jagdishchandra Mansukhani And 6 … on 2 December, 2019

On

2. Shortly stated, the dispute revolves around a Deed of Family
Settlement (“DFS”)or arrangement of 11th September 2013, and,
for our present purposes, specifcally relates to the equity to be
taken up by the present petitioners in the sixth respondent Man
Industries (India) Limited (“MIIL”). The prayers in the petition
read thus:

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“a. Pending the execution of the Interim Final Award
and the Award in favour of the Petitioners, this Hon’ble
Court be pleased to order and direct Respondent Nos. 1 to 5
to jointly and / or severally, transfer 60,00,000 (Sixty Lacs)
equity shares of Man Industries Ltd. to the credit of a
DEMAT Account with/ to be opened by the Prothonotary
& Senior Master, High Court, Bombay, in the present
proceedings;

Arunodaya Charitable Trust vs Multi Commodity Exchange Of India … on 2 December, 2019

On

1 On 13-8-2019, respondent (original plaintiff) mentioned the

matter at 11.00 a.m. without notice to petitioner (original defendant) and

sought an extension for serving the writ of summons by four weeks. The

following order came to be passed:-

“1.Mentioned not on board.

2. Time to serve summons extended by 4 weeks. Registry to suitably
extend the returnable date.”

2 Against this order, petitioner (original defendant) has filed a

review petition. It is the case of petitioner that suit had stood dismissed for

the 4th time in view of the self operating order dated 6-2-2019 passed by the

Prothonotary and Senior Master, High Court, Bombay, and therefore,

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plaintiff’s have played a trick on the court and snatched the order dated 13-

8-2019 by suppressing that the suit had got dismissed by order of 6-2-2019.

Of course, plaintiff has denied all this.

M/S Jayanti Business Machines Ltd vs Nusrat Ahmed & Ors on 2 December, 2019

On

“The complainant and advocate absent, when called out. Accused No.2
present with Advocate. The complainant has not taken any step since long
time, hence the complaint is dismissed and accused are acquitted u/sec. 138
of N. I. Act.”

2 With the assistance of Ms Rane for appellant and the APP – Ms.

Malhotra , I have perused the appeal papers and records and proceedings.

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3 Admittedly in this case, process, i.e., summons, has been issued

and even plea has been recorded.

4 Section 256 of the Code of Criminal Procedure reads as under :

256. Non- appearance or death of complainant.

The Kapol Co-Operative Bank Ltd vs M/S.Devansh Pharma Chem.& Ors on 2 December, 2019

On

order dated 28.06.2004 passed by the Revisional Authority under the
Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960.

2] Kapol Co-operative Bank sought recovery of
₹ 64,76,349/- by filing an application under Section 101 of the
Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act before the Assistant Registrar,
Co-operative. In the said application M/s. Devansh Pharma Chem.
Loyalka Apartment Co-op. Hsg. Soc. Ltd. was impleaded as
Respondent No.1. Mr. Janak J. Gandhi (HUF) stated to be a
proprietor of the Co-operative Society as Respondent No.2.
Vasantgauri J. Gandhi also as Respondent No.2 and Girish C. Shah as
Respondent No.3. It was pleaded that the Respondent was a member
of the Applicant Bank. It was pleaded that the Respondents had filed
an application for loan. It was pleaded that the Respondent created
equitable mortgage of flat No.3 of the 1 st Respondent society. It was
pleaded that Janak J. Gandhi (HUF), Vasantgauri J. Gandhi and
Girish C. Shah gave personal sureties.

Sharad Nagorao Shirsat vs State Of Mah., Thr. Pso P S Khadan … on 2 December, 2019

On

(b) Applicants Dinkar Tulshiram Kharat, Tejrao s/o Sadashiv
Shirsat, Gautam s/o Bhimrao Shirsat, Santosh s/o Bhimrao
Shirsat, Sharad Nagorao Shirsat, and Avinash s/o Seshrao

…..4/-

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Shirsat, in connection with Crime No.552/2019 registered
with Khadan Police Station, Akola for offences punishable
under Sections 143, 147, 148, 149, 336, 307, 324, 294, and
506 of the Indian Penal Code, be released on bail on their
executing a P.R.Bond in the sum of Rs.10,000/- by each of
them with one solvent surety of the like amount by each of
them.

Avinash S/O Seshrao Shirsat vs State Of Mah., Thr. Pso P S Khadan … on 2 December, 2019

On

(b) Applicants Dinkar Tulshiram Kharat, Tejrao s/o Sadashiv
Shirsat, Gautam s/o Bhimrao Shirsat, Santosh s/o Bhimrao
Shirsat, Sharad Nagorao Shirsat, and Avinash s/o Seshrao

…..4/-

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Shirsat, in connection with Crime No.552/2019 registered
with Khadan Police Station, Akola for offences punishable
under Sections 143, 147, 148, 149, 336, 307, 324, 294, and
506 of the Indian Penal Code, be released on bail on their
executing a P.R.Bond in the sum of Rs.10,000/- by each of
them with one solvent surety of the like amount by each of
them.

Shri Dinkar Tulshiram Kharat vs State Of Mah., Thr. Khadan Police … on 2 December, 2019

On

(b) Applicants Dinkar Tulshiram Kharat, Tejrao s/o Sadashiv
Shirsat, Gautam s/o Bhimrao Shirsat, Santosh s/o Bhimrao
Shirsat, Sharad Nagorao Shirsat, and Avinash s/o Seshrao

…..4/-

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Shirsat, in connection with Crime No.552/2019 registered
with Khadan Police Station, Akola for offences punishable
under Sections 143, 147, 148, 149, 336, 307, 324, 294, and
506 of the Indian Penal Code, be released on bail on their
executing a P.R.Bond in the sum of Rs.10,000/- by each of
them with one solvent surety of the like amount by each of
them.

Tejrao S/O Sadashiv Shirsat vs State Of Mah., Thr. Pso P S Khadan … on 2 December, 2019

On

(b) Applicants Dinkar Tulshiram Kharat, Tejrao s/o Sadashiv
Shirsat, Gautam s/o Bhimrao Shirsat, Santosh s/o Bhimrao
Shirsat, Sharad Nagorao Shirsat, and Avinash s/o Seshrao

…..4/-

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Shirsat, in connection with Crime No.552/2019 registered
with Khadan Police Station, Akola for offences punishable
under Sections 143, 147, 148, 149, 336, 307, 324, 294, and
506 of the Indian Penal Code, be released on bail on their
executing a P.R.Bond in the sum of Rs.10,000/- by each of
them with one solvent surety of the like amount by each of
them.