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ILC-2016-SC-CIVIL-Mar-3

Ram Dutt (D) Thr. Lrs. Vs. Dev Dutt (D) Thr. Lrs. & Ors.

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Civil Law  - Land Reforms

Delhi Land Reforms Act, 1954, Section 11 - Land Reforms - Bhumidari Rights - Dispute pertaining to 94 Bigha 15 Biswa was totally a different subject matter not covered by the proceedings in the first round of litigation - For this reason Apex Court gave liberty to the appellants to initiate appropriate proceedings in this behalf including filing of suit if that was remedy available in law - Appellants, in fact, filed the suit for this purpose - However, for reasons best known to them, they choose to withdraw the suit - After the withdrawal of the suit, they again approach the Commissioner and filed revision petition arising out of earlier proceedings which was rightly dismissed by the Commissioner holding that such proceedings were not maintainable and the same upheld by single Judge as well as Division Bench of the High Court -Learned single Judge of the High Court has even recorded in his judgment that respondents have no objection to the appellants instituting proceedings, if entitled in law, for claiming share in the said 94 Bigha 15 Biswa of land - Appeal liable to be dismissed.

Topic(s)-Land Reforms - Bhumidari Rights - Dispute not Covered Under Litigation







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