Mahabir Prasad Jalan
& ANR. Vs. Satish Deora  INSC 726 (13 April 2009)
IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NO.2381 OF 2009 (Arising out
of SLP(C) No. 8329 of 2008) Mahabir Prasad Jalan & Anr. ..........Appellant
Versus Satish Deora ........Respondent WITH CIVIL APPEAL NO.2382 OF 2009
(Arising out of SLP(C) No. 19209 of 2008) Mahabir Prasad Jalan & Anr.
..........Appellant Versus Satish Deora ........Respondent
granted in both these special leave petitions.
application filed before the trial court in T.S. No. 23 of 2001, for issuance
of a direction to the defendant therein, is rejected by the trial court and the
same is confirmed by the High Court by dismissing the Revisional Application
C.O. No. 3410 of 2007 dated 1.10.2007.
The appellant by filing application under Section 151 of C.P.C. in T.S. No. 23
of 2001, had sought for a direction to the defendant in the Civil Suit to pay
rent/compensation at the enhanced rate.
the time of hearing of this appeal, Shri S.N. Mukherjee, the learned Senior
Counsel appearing for the respondent herein, on instructions; very fairly
submits that the respondent herein would pay an amount of Rs.31,656.04 and Rs.
38, 961.08 in both these appeals, respectively, commencing from 5th of April,
2009, subject to the result of the Civil Suit pending before the trial court
between the parties.
Vijay Hansaria, learned Senior Counsel appearing for the appellant, has no objection
to the suggestion made by learned Senior Counsel for the respondent.
view of the above, it may not be necessary for us to go into the issues raised
by the parties in this appeal. Accordingly, we dispose of the appeals, by
directing the respondent herein to pay an amount of Rs. 31,656.04 and Rs. 38,
961.08 by way of rent/compensation for the two premises in their occupation
during the pendency of the Civil Suit commencing from 5th of April, 2009, and
also subject to the result of the suit/s. Appeals are disposed of.
place on record our deep appreciation to the efforts made by the learned Senior
Counsel Shri S.N. Mukherjee in amicably settling the matter.
[ TARUN CHATTERJEE ]
[ H.L. DATTU ]
Delhi, April 13, 2009.
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