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Amar Nath Yadav v. Abdul Qasim - SECOND APPEAL No. 3357 of 1984  RD-AH 21262 (18 December 2006)
Court No. 19
Second Appeal No. 3357 of 1984
Amar Nath Yadav............................Appellant
Abdul Qasim and others........................Respondents
Hon. S.P. Mehrotra, J.
Case called out in the revised list. However, the learned counsel for the appellant is not present.
On account of failure on the part of the learned counsel for the appellant to take requisite steps for issuance of notices to the Respondent No.1 and the Respondent Nos.3 to 15 on the Second Appeal, pursuant to the order dated 20.4.1999 passed by the Additional Registrar, the case is listed today under Chapter XII, Rule 4 of the Rules of the Court with the Office Report dated 22.8.2006.
Even though the case is listed today under Chapter XII, Rule 4 of the Rules of the Court, requisite steps have not been taken by the learned counsel for the appellant.
In the circumstances, the Second Appeal is liable to be dismissed for want of prosecution as against the Respondent No.1, and the Respondent Nos. 3 to 15 under Chapter XII, Rule 4 of the Rules of the Court.
Further, as noted above, none is present on behalf of the appellant even when the case has been taken-up in the revised list. The Second Appeal is, therefore, liable to be dismissed for want of prosecution.
The Second Appeal is accordingly dismissed for want of prosecution.
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