“The Gazette notification dated 07-05-2015 and proceedings 09-06-2016, are not violative of Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution and do not infringe the petitioner’s fundamental to carry on his business in a particular District.”
“Even if there are certain clauses which the parties may have aided from the tenancy legislation, is no ground to … declare the unambiguous leave and licence agreement to be an agreement of tenancy ignoring preponderance of probability.”
“District Court, Karnal where the first petition was filed pertaining to the Agreement in question alone shall have jurisdiction over the arbitral proceedings and all subsequent applications arising out of the Licence Agreement. No other Court can entertain any subsequent application.
Delhi High Court observed that when assessed, by the maxim generalia specialibus non derogant or by the maxim lex posterior derogat priori, the Patents Act must prevail over the Competition Act on the issue of exercise of rights by a patentee under the Patents Act.
Legislature has deliberately used the words “acquire”, “possess” and “use” in the same Section 3(3) of the Arms Act having different connotations, to be construed in a manner to give effect to each word to further the purpose of the legislation i.e., to reduce the number of firearms that could be possessed by an individual.
Allahabad High Court said that the proceedings involve the widespread issue of fake arms licenses, and it is natural that insiders in the Collectorate Office would also be involved in a matter of this magnitude.
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