NISHANT
Use of a vehicle in a public place without a permit is a fundamental statutory infraction.
NISHANT MEHROTRA 17 May 2018

Use of a vehicle in a public place without a permit is a fundamental statutory infraction.

SC :: Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 - S. 66 - Use of a vehicle in a public place without a permit is a fundamental statutory infraction. Held :: The insurer had taken the plea that the vehicle in question had no permit. It does not require the wisdom of the “Tripitaka”, that the existence of a permit of any nature is a matter of documentary evidence. Nothing has been brought on record by the insured to prove that he had a permit of the vehicle. In such a situation, the onus cannot be cast on the insurer.


Case: Judgment dated 17, 2018 CIVIL APPEAL NO. 2253 OF 2018 (Arising out of S.L.P. (CIVIL) NO. 7692 of 2017) Amrit Paul Singh & Anr. Appellant(s) VERSUS TATA AIG General Insurance Respondent(s) Co. Ltd. & Ors.

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