The Calcutta Law Reports of Cases Decided by the High Court, Calcutta; Also Judgments of H.M.'s Privy Council Volume 8

The Calcutta Law Reports of Cases Decided by the High Court, Calcutta; Also Judgments of H.M.'s Privy Council Volume 8

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...which forms the subject of the second suit; and when, according to the direction of the Subordinate Judge, the cases were separated and a separate plaiut filed in respect of the second business, this claim of Rs. 1,000 should have been transferred to such second plaint. The second appeal No. 14 of 1880 relates to the second business conducted by the same persons. It is alleged that this business was commenced on the 231-d Falgoon 1284 (6th March 1878); that the plaintifis and defendants were partners therein and that the plaintiifs had an eight anna share; and the defendants Kedar Nath Mullick and Russick Lall Mullick, the other eight anna share. It is not distinctly alleged that this second business has been closed, but the cause of action is dated from Bysack 1285, when certain arbitrators were appointed to settle disputes between the parties, and it would appear that this was a virtual dissolution of the partnership. The plaintilfs here ask, first, that the accounts be settled, or in other words that the partnership may be wound up; and 866'07Llll_l/, that Rs. 1,100, or whatever larger sum may be found to be their share of the profits may be awarded to them by the Court. To this case also belongs the further claim for Rs. 1,000 as damages incurred in consequence of the withdrawal of Rs. 13,000 from the business, and these damages are claimed as compensation for the probable profits which the plaintiffs would have obtained from the continued employment of this amount of capital. The Subordinate Judge has held that he had no jurisdiction to entertain and decide these suits, and that with reference to section 265 of the Contract Act, the Court of the District Judge has exclusive jurisdiction to deal with the questions raised in more

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  • United States
  • English
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