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M/S Maya Sons v. Presiding Officer Labour Court 5th & Others - WRIT - C No. 38364 of 2001 [2007] RD-AH 5352 (26 March 2007)

 

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE OF ALLAHABAD

Court No. 23

Civil Misc. Writ Petition No. 38364 of 2001

M/s Maya Sons.                                                                  .....Petitioner.

Versus

The Presiding Officer, Labour Court, Vth,

Kanpur Nagar, U.P. and others.                                       ......Respondents.

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Hon'ble S.P.Mehrotra, J.

Pursuant to the order dated 22nd March, 2007, the case has been put up today as an unlisted case along with Civil Misc. Application No. 74887 of 2007, as  mentioned in the said order dated 22nd March, 2007.

Sri Shailendra Nath Tripathi, learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri R.S. Yadav, learned counsel for the  respondent No.2, are present.

Sri  Shailendra Nath Tripathi, learned counsel for the petitioner states that as out-of-Court settlement has been arrived at between the petitioner and the respondent No. 2, the petitioner does not want to press the Writ Petition any further, and the same may be dismissed as not pressed.

The aforementioned Civil Misc. Application No. 74887 of 2007 has been filed on behalf of Ram Nath Singh (respondent No. 2).

The said Application is supported by an  Affidavit, sworn jointly by Sugam Chand Bajaj on behalf of the petitioner and Ram Nath Singh (respondent No. 2) on 15th March, 2007.

The said Affidavit refers to the terms of out of Court settlement arrived at between the petitioner and the respondent No. 2.

In view of the statement made by Sri Shailendra Nath Tripathi, learned counsel for the petitioner, and in view of the averments made in the aforementioned Application, filed on behalf of the respondent No.2, and its accompanying joint Affidavit, the Writ Petition  is dismissed as not pressed.

The interim order dated 28-11-2001 stands vacated.

It is made clear that no liberty is being given to the petitioner to file a fresh Writ Petition on the same cause of action.

Dt. 26-03-2007/AK/L


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