A case where the basic facts are disputed, and complicated questions of law and fact depending on evidence are involved the writ court is not the proper forum for seeking relief – The rights course of the High Court to follow was to dismiss the writ petition on this preliminary ground, without entering upon the merits of the case.
Keywords:- West Bengal -Municipality Updated 2018 The Durgapur Municipal Corporation Act, 1994 West Bengal Act 53 of 1994 [1st October, 1996.] Assent of the President of India was published in the Calcutta […]
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What is the period of limitation prescribed for recovery of arrears of house tax due to the Municipal corporation
Facts: Vide letter dated February 14, 1968, the Assistant Assessor and Collector (Recovery Cell) of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi had required the appellant to pay a sum of Rs. 19,558.75 as arrears […]
KEYWORDS: ARREAR OF RENT TO GOVERNMENT- LIMITATION -Municipal- Decided on : 20-04-1976- If the recovery of any amount is barred by the law of limitation, it is difficult to hold that the […]
KEYWORDS: what is the period of limitation prescribed for recovery of arrears of house tax-distress warrant- Article 62 Of the new Limitation Act is applicable to the demand in question and thus the same was […]
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