Monday 26/06/2017

Events

Achievements of State Legal Services Authority

Since inception the State Legal Services Authority has done yeomen´s service to this society and has organized a number of Lok Adalats at Pre-Ligitative Stage and many cases have been settled at Permanent Lok Adalat District Court, Sector 43, Chandigarh. Few of the cases are :-

Suit for Recovery of Amount

1.        Sh. Rajinder Kumar V/S Mouji Ram this was a suit for recovery of Rs. 12 Lac as Principal Amount and Rs. 5,40,000/- as interest Total Amounting to Rs. 17,40,000/-. In this case this Lok Adalat intervened and settled the matter at Rs. 12 Lac. The statement of both the parties were recorded and the award was passed.

2.        State Bank of India V/s Fashion World & others this was a suit for recovery of Rs. 5,72,682/- including interest alongwith future interest @ 12.75% Per Annum. The defendant after hypothecation failed to adhere to the financial discipline of the bank as a result of which a loan account was transferred to Stressed Assets Resolution Centre. The matter was referred to PLA and settled the matter at Rs. 5,72,682/- with interest @ 12.75% Per Annum with monthly rests from 15.10.2010 till actual realization in monthly installment of Rs. 15,000/- to comments from 15.11.2010 to be paid regularly on or before 15th of each month. The statement of both the parties were recorded and the award was passed.

3.        State Bank of India V/s Raveka Malachi & others this was a suit for recovery of Rs. 206653/- as including interest calculated upto 15.04.2010 alongwith pendente lite and future interest @ 11% Per Annum. The Education Loan of Rs. 60,000/- was sanctioned in favour of defendant a sum of Rs. 1,40,000/- was utilized out of that amount. The defendant failed to adhere to the financial discipline of the bank as a result of which a loan account was transferred to Stressed Assets Resolution Centre. The matter was referred to PLA and settled the matter at Rs. 206653/- with interest @ 11% Per Annum with monthly rests from 15.04.2010 till actual realization in monthly installment of Rs. 5,000/- to comments from 20.11.2010 to be paid regularly on or before 20th of each month. The statement of both the parties were recorded and the award was passed.

Settlement of Telephone Bills Dispute.

1.        Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited V/s Lajwanti. this was a suit for recovery of Rs. 34,752/- (Bill amount Rs. 27,306 + Surcharge Rs. 780 + Interest @ 9% Per Annum Rs. 6666) with 18% Interest on account non-payment of mobile/telephone bills. In this case this Lok Adalat intervened and settled the matter at Rs. 14,000/-. The statement of both the parties were recorded and the award was passed.

2.        Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited V/s M/s New Time Contractor Builders Pvt. Ltd. & Others this was a suit for recovery of Rs. 66,675/- (Bill amount Rs. 51,512 + Surcharge Rs. 3252 + Interest @ 9% Per Annum Rs. 1191) with 18% Interest on account non-payment of mobile/telephone bills. In this case this Lok Adalat intervened and settled the matter at Rs. 51,512/-. The statement of both the parties were recorded and the award was passed.

Case under section 138 negotiable instruments act 1881

1.        Sh. Ramesh Kumar Bhardwaj V/s Ekta Sandhu & others. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 1,65,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

2.        M/s Sunrise Technologies V/s Pioneer Air Consultants & others. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 1,25,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

3.        Sh. Amarjit Singh V/s Sukhdev Chand. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 48,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

4.        The Ropar Centre Cooperative Bank V/s Smt. Sukhdarshna Devi. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 1,25,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

5.        Singal Polymers through its Partner Sh. Raman Singal V/s M/s Vee Ess Polyvin & others. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 4,78,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

6.        Mr. Niranjan Singh V/s Inderjit Singh. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 13,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

7.        Sh. Rajveer Singh Jassal V/s Jeewan Ram. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 30,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

8.        Sh. Neeraj Arora V/s Sikander Setia. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 5,562/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

9.        Sh. Ashwani Kumar Mahajan V/s Vipin Mahajan. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 6,00,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

10.        Sh. Bir Singh V/s Salvester. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 1,25,0001/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

11.        Sh. Ravinder Kumar V/s Sh. Jasbir Singh. In this case, a cheque of Rs. 40,000/- was issued by the accused which was dishonored. The accused failed to make the payment despite receipt of notice. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled and the payment was made to the Complainant.

Settlement of Rent Dispute under the East Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act

1.        Dr. Purneet Chatha V/s Darpan Shukla & others, an SCO No. 1028-29, Sector 22-B, Chandigarh was let out to the respondents for a period of 9 years vide lease deed dated 14.10.2010 @ Rs. 2 Lac Per Month with 5% Increase Per Annum. Immediately thereafter petition for eviction of the respondent was filed on the ground that the respondents had started using the premises for running a machine of photo printing which is not permissible under the legal provisions. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled.

Suit for specific performance

1.        Sh. Sartaj Singh & another V/s Gagan Sarup Singla. The plaintifts filed a suit for Specific Performance of the agreement to sell dated 28.01.2003 purported to be executed in their favour by the defendant. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled.

2.         Ms. Meena Malhotra & others. The plaintifts filed a suit for Specific Performance of the agreement to sell dated 24.10.2001 purported to be executed in their favour by the defendant. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled.

3.         Sh. Harjinder Singh V/s B.K. Kaushal & others. The plaintifts filed a suit for Specific Performance of the agreement to sell dated 30.01.1995. However with the intervention of the Permanent Lok Adalat the matter was settled between the parties.

4.         Sh. Umesh Gautam & others V/s Krishan Kumar & another. This was a suit for Specific Performance of contract with a relief of possession. The suit for specific performance of contract dated 16.12.2004 was filed by the plaintiff. With the intervention of Lok Adalat the parties arrived at the settlement and the award was passed dismissing the suit and withdrawn.

5.         Sh. Shiv Dyal & others V/s Vijay Kumar Goyal & others. This was a suit for possession (in respect of 10% share of SCO No. 47-48, Sector 17-C, Chandigarh) by way of Specific Performance of the agreement to sell dated 25.05.2005 was filed by the plaintiffs. With the intervention of Lok Adalat the parties arrived at the settlement.

Civil Suit for partition

1.        Sh. Gursharan Singh V/s Brig. Jasdeep Singh. The plaintiff filed a suit for getting the agreement annulled and for partition of the house. With the assistance of Lok Adalat, the matter was mutually settled

 

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