The Delhi High Court has today allowed stay on the eviction notice against Maharaja Ranjit Singh Gaekwad (Deceased) on a property in New Delhi along with a condition for the payment of Rs. 10 Lakh per month (deposit) till the stay application or main petition is decided (whichever is earlier).
A divisional bench of the Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti while hearing the plea through video conferencing held up the stay after confirming about the possession of the property with the counsels today.
The petition has been filed on behalf of late Maharaja seeking stay on the eviction notice on which earlier stay was granted in the year 2002. The property, 7, Safdarjung Lane, New Delhi has been provided in lieu of the property acquired by the Central Government in Baroda.
The bench further informed the Counsel appearing for the appellant that the amount deposited will be set-off against any of your liability subject to the outcome of the matter and listed the matter for further hearing on February 12.