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30.11.2018 Present: Ms. Devyani … vs Mr. Neeraj Gupta on 30 November, 2018

CMP No. 8889 of 2018 in RFA No. 23 of 2000

 30.11.2018  Present: Ms.   Devyani   Sharma,   Advocate,   for   the

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appellants/non­applicants.

Mr.       Neeraj   Gupta,   Advocate,   for   respondent   No.
13/applicant.

Mr.     Hemant Vaid and Mr. Desh Raj Thakur, Additional

Advocates General with Mr. Vikrant Chandel, Deputy
Advocate General for the State.
Sub Inspector Suman Sharma,  Police Station, Women,
Una present in person.

Tehsildar Rampur is directed to within four weeks, to

make a report with respect to the shares of the tenants, held in the

afore capacity vis-a-vis the acquired lands, at the pre-notification

stage.

In the meantime, pleadings be completed. List thereafter.

          (Sureshwar Thakur)
                                           Judge

 November 30, 2018
      (brb/rohit )

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RSA No. 90 of 2018

30.11.2018  Present: Mr. Ajay Shandil Advocate, for the appellant.

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Mr.     Rohit   Chauhan,   Advocate   vice   counsel   for
respondent No.1.

Mr.   Digvijay   Singh   Thakur,   Advocate   vice   counsel

for respondent No.2.

  Record received. Learned counsel for  the parties pray for

time to inspect the same. Prayer allowed. List  after two weeks.

        (Sureshwar Thakur)

                                                Judge

November 30, 2018
      (brb/rohit )            

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FAO No. 2420 of 2017 with FAO No. 396 of 2016

 30.11.2018  Present: Ms.   Ruchi   Kumari,   Advocate,   vice   counsel   for   the

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appellant(s).

Ms.   Neeelam   Kumari,   Advocate   vice   counsel   for
respondent No.1 in both the appeals
Mr. Dheeraj K. Vashishta, Advocate, for respondents

No.3 to 10 in FAO No. 242 of 2017.

  Record received. Learned counsel for  the parties pray 

for time to inspect the same. Prayer allowed. List   after two  

weeks.

        (Sureshwar Thakur)

                                                Judge
November 30, 2018
      (brb/rohit )            

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FAO No. 117 of 2017 

30.11.2018  Present: Mr.     Dheeraj  K.   Vashishta,   Advocate,   vice  counsel

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for the appellant.

Ms. Sudhir Thakur, Advocate, for respondent.

CMP No. 8339 of 2017

In   compliance   of   order   dated   21.05.2018  ,

pronounced    by this Court in CMP No. 8339 of 2017, a sum of

Rs. 81,000/­ is reported to be deposited in the Registry of this

Court.   The   matter   was   taken   up   by   the   learned   Mediator   on

18.07.2018,   in   pursuance   of   order   of   this   Court   dated

05.07.2018, but, mediation has failed, as submitted by learned

counsel, for the respective parties.

    FAO No. 117 of 2017

    Admit. Call for the records.

   

        (Sureshwar Thakur)
                                                Judge
November 30, 2018
      (brb/rohit )            

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 CMPMO No. 44 of 2015 

30.11.2018  Present: Mr. R.S. Chandel, Advocate, for the petitioner.

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Ms. Aruna Chauhan, Advocate, for respondents No.1
and 2.

Mr. Nareshwar Chandel, Advocate, for respondents

No.. 3 and 5.

Respondent No.6 proceeded against ex parte.

   

      Requisite   steps   for   effectuation   of   service   upon

respondents No. 4 and 8 be taken within a period of one week
and thereafter notice be issued to these respondents, returnable

within two weeks.   Respondent No.7 is reported to be expired.

Let steps for substitution of deceased­respondent No. 7 be taken
within   the   aforesaid   period,   in   accordance   with   law.   List
thereafter.

        

        (Sureshwar Thakur)

                                                Judge
November 30, 2018

      (brb/rohit )            

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FAO No. 120 of 2017 

30.11.2018  Present: Mr. H.R. Bhardwaj, Advocate, for the appellant.

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Mr. Vivek Sharma Advocate, for the respondent.

       CMP No.10634 of 2018

           Heard.  Application is allowed. As per the operative

part   of   verdict,   the   excess   amount   lying   deposited   in   the

Registry   of   this   Court,   be   ordered   to   be   refunded,   to   the

applicant­New   Indian   Insurance   Company   alongwith

proportionate upto date interest accrued thereon, and, the same

be remitted in their Savings Bank account, particulars whereof

stand described in the application,  against proper receipt and

identification.  The application stands disposed of.  

       

        (Sureshwar Thakur)

                                                Judge
November 30, 2018
              (brb/rohit )            

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RFA No. 595 of 2012 

30.11.2018  Present: Mr.  Hemant   Vaid   and   Mr.   Desh   Raj   Thakur,
Additional   Advocates   General   with   Mr.   Vikrant
Chandel, Deputy Advocate General, for the appellant­

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State.

Mr.   Chander   Paul   Sood,   Advocate,   for   the
respondents/applicants No. 2 to 5.

        CMP No. 10336 11324 of 2018

         Heard.   Both the applications are allowed. Amount of

compensation, as deposited by the appellants, in the Registry of

this   Court,   is   ordered   to   be   released   to   the

respondents/applicants   No. 1, 6A, 6B, 6C and 7, respectively,

described in CMP No. 10336, detail, of which alongwith Saving

Bank   Account   numbers   are   given   in   para­6   and

respondents/applicants  No.  2, 3  5, respectively, , described in

CMP No. 11324, detail of which alongwith Saving Bank Account

numbers are given in para­6,   in proportion, to their respective

shares,   and, the same be remitted into their respective bank

accounts, as  described in para­6 of the application.     Both the

application stands disposed of.  

  Learned counsel for the applicants   has submitted that

the amount of enhanced compensation, has not been deposited

by   the   State.   Learned  Additional  Advocate  General,  prays  for

and is granted two weeks time to clarify this factum. List after

two weeks.         

        (Sureshwar Thakur)
                                                Judge
November 30, 2018
              (brb/rohit )            

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RFA No. 664 of 2012 

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30.11.2018  Present: Mr. Prince Chauhan, Advocate, vice counsel for the
appellant.

Mr.  Hemant   Vaid   and   Mr.   Desh   Raj   Thakur,

Additional   Advocates   General   with   Mr.   Vikrant
Chandel,   Deputy   Advocate   General,  for   the
respondents­State.

Mr. Ajay Sharma, Advocate, for the respondents No.
1, 3 to 12.

      

          List after two weeks, as prayed for.

                     (Sureshwar   Thakur)
Judge
November 30, 2018

              (brb/rohit )            

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Cr. MP(M) No. 1578 of 2018 

30.11.2018  Present: Mr. Tanuj Thakur,Advocate, for the petitioner.

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Mr.  Hemant   Vaid   and   Mr.   Desh   Raj   Thakur,
Additional   Advocates   General   with   Mr.   Vikrant
Chandel,   Deputy   Advocate   General,  for   the

respondents­State.  

           Learned Additional Advocate General states at the

bar     that   recovery   of   laptop   is   required,   hence,   to   know   the

truthfulness, of, carrying therein, the, alleged nude photographs

of   the     prosecutrix.   The   petitioner   is   directed   to   enable

effectuation   of   recovery   of   laptop   vis­a­vis   the   Investigating

Officer.       List   on  17.12.2018.    Till   then,   interim   order   dated

20.11.2018 shall remain  in force. 

                     (Sureshwar   Thakur)

Judge
November 30, 2018

              (brb/rohit )            

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CMP(M) No. 752 of 2018 

30.11.2018  Present: Mr.   Surender   Sharma,Advocate,   for   the

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petitioner/appellant.

Mr.   D.P.   Chauhan,   Advocate,   for   respondent   No.1
and 2.

Mr. Deepak Negi, Advocate, for respondent No.3.

 

None for respondent No. 4.

Mr.   Yash   Sharma,   Advocate,   vice   counsel,   for

respondent No.5
         CMP(M) No. 752 of 2018 

             Heard. Despite service of notice upon respondents,

reply has not been filed to the application, for condonation of

delay. For the reasons spelt out in the application at hand, the

delay of one year and 17 days in filing the present appeal, is,

hence, is condoned. The application stands disposed of.

FAO No._/2018

Appeal be registered. Admit. Call for records.

                     (Sureshwar   Thakur)
Judge
November 30, 2018
              (brb/rohit )            

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Cr. MP(M) No. 1220 of 2018 

30.11.2018  Present: Mr.  Hemant   Vaid   and   Mr.   Desh   Raj   Thakur,

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Additional   Advocates   General   with   Mr.   Vikrant

Chandel, Deputy Advocate General, for the applicant.

Mr.   Nareshwar   Chandel,   Advocate,   for   the

respondents.

         Cr.MP(M) No.1220 of 2018 

             Mr. Nareshwar Chandel, Advocate, has put an

appearance on behalf of respondents. Power of attorney be filed

within two weeks. Heard. For the reasons spelt out in the

application at hand, the delay of 13 days in filing the present

appeal is condoned. The application stands disposed of.

Cr.MP(M) No. 1219 of 2018

Leave to appeal is granted. Application stands

disposed of.

Cr.A No._/2018

Appeal be registered. Admit. Call for records.

                     (Sureshwar   Thakur)
Judge
November 30, 2018
              (brb/rohit )  

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CMP(M) No. 572 of 2018 

30.11.2018  Present: Mr.  Hemant   Vaid   and   Mr.   Desh   Raj   Thakur,

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Additional   Advocates   General   with   Mr.   Vikrant

Chandel,   Deputy   Advocate   General,  for   the
appellant/applicants.

       Ld. Additional Advocate General, prays for, and is

granted three weeks time to comply with the order dated

19.09.2018. List thereafter.

  
r to                   (Sureshwar   Thakur)

Judge
November 30, 2018
              (brb/rohit )            
          

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