The Supreme Court on Wednesday gave its judgement against the forceful eviction of top government officials from the Lutyens’ Zone residential complexes with the help of ‘bouncers.
The Bench of Justice Hemant Gupta and Justice Ramasubramanian ordered that the respondent was granted permanent lease and as a condition of the lease, half of the flats were to be given to GOI.
Therefore, even if the petitioner has failed to make payment of the arrears of rent, as a condition of permanent lease, the petitioner is entitled to continue in possession as a permanent lease under the permanent lease.
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Sr Adv Maninder Singh accepts notice on behalf of sole respondent- Sir Sobha Builders. The counter-affidavit has to be filed within 4 weeks.
The special leave appeal was filed by the Central government mentioning the property situated on North and South Sujan Singh Park, New Delhi, constructed by the Sardar Bahadur Sir Sobha Singh and Sons Pvt Ltd (Lessee) as per the perpetual lease deed executed with the Governor General in Council (lessor) in 1945, who were forcing the senior officers to vacate the premises.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta mentioned the matter before the bench led by Chief Justice N.V. Ramana, stating that the respondents were threatening to vacate the premises with the help of bouncers
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