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Stay telegram (Exhibit-2) was withdrawn) be kept in abeyance, meaning thereby that the telegram stopping recovery
Rajasthan High Court
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Till then, however, the impugned order was kept in abeyance; meaning thereby, the order passed by this Court was followed
Rajasthan High Court - Jodhpur
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mentioned in the arbitration Award was kept in abeyance. Meaning thereby the amount was not fixed and Award in respect
Jharkhand High Court
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respondent No.4 was ordered to be kept in abeyance, meaning thereby, it was not given effect to and ultimately
Gujarat High Court
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said post could also not be kept in abeyance, meaning, inter alia, that there were not 6, but virtually
Central Administrative Tribunal - Delhi
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first clearance by the issuance of an abeyance order by the by. Chief Controller of Imports & Exports, the provision ... accordingly, there was no question of smuggling within the meaning of section 2(e) of the COFEPOSA ACT read with
Supreme Court of India
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Supreme Court of India M/S. Burrakur Coal Co., Ltd vs The Union Of India
Supreme Court of India
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payment of the pension was held in abeyance then on plain grammatical meaning of the words "held in abeyance
Rajasthan High Court
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first respondent in keeping the document in abeyance, has no meaning. 11. On the other hand, as rightly pointed
Madras High Court
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company to the shareholder. Debt is defined as meaning any pecuniary liability. The words 'pecuniary liability' will cover any liability ... payability that is in abeyance. 8. In Black's Law Dictionary, the meaning of the word, "debt" is explained
Madras High Court
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