Avtar Singh vs Union Of India And Another on 24 November, 1992 - Synopsis

At the end, it may be noticed here that the lease granted to respondent No. 3 for three years, under the order of the Court, and appears to have come to an end in May 1991 and it has not been shown by him that the said lease has been renewed in his favor. Therefore, he has been left with no locus standi to oppose the petition of the petitioner. In the light of what is discussed above, the writ petition is allowed and the impugned order of termination of lease dated 27-4-1984 (Annexure P-14); Order of the Central Government in Revision dated 24-11-1984 (Annexure P-1) and order passed in Review dated 3-6-1985 (Annexure P-2) are quashed. Writ of mandamus is issued to the respondents 1 & 2 to restore possession of the lease to the petitioner immediately and it is further directed that the period of unlawful interruption shall be excluded in computing 10 years term of the lease granted to the petitioner. Consequently, the rule is made absolute and the petitioner will be entitled to costs of Rs. 3,000/-. Petition allowed.


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