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Gaurav & anr. v. Union of India & Ors. - CWP-9157-2002  RD-P&H 10153 (9 November 2006)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB & HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH
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C.W.P NO. 9157 OF 2002
Date of decision : October 24, 2006
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Gaurav & anr. ............Petitioner
Union of India & ors. ...........Respondents * * * * *
CORAM: HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE VINEY MITTAL
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE H.S BHALLA
Present: Mr. R.P.S Ahluwalia, Advocate for the petitioner(s).
Mr. Ashok Jindal, Additional Advocate General, Haryana.
Mr. Rajiv Sharma, Advocate for Union of India.
Mr. Sumeet Goel, Advocate for respondent No. 11.
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Viney Mittal, J. (Oral)
The petitioners have approached this Court challenging the orders passed by the Registering Authorities whereby on the basis of a notification dated January 15, 2002 issued by the Haryana Government, the sale deed presented by the petitioners for registration has not been entertained and the petitioners have been communicated that they were required to obtain No Objection Certificate for the registration of the document.
Sh. Ashok Jindal, Additional Advocate General, Haryana at the outset has produced before us a copy of the notification dated May 27, 2003 whereby notification No.DTCP-STP(E)-M-2002/M263/176 dated January C.W.P NO. 9157 OF 2002 2
15, 2002 pertaining to Kaithal has been withdrawn by the State Government.
Faced with the aforesaid situation, Sh. R.P.S Ahluwalia, learned counsel appearing for the petitioners states that even a General Power of Attorney presented for registration by the petitioners has been rejected by the registering authorities vide order dated May 10, 2002, Annexure P-5.
After going through the aforesaid order and the averments made in the writ petition with regard to the aforesaid order, we are satisfied that even the aforesaid order has been ostensibly passed by the Registering Authority on the basis of the notification dated January 15, 2002 which has since been withdrawn. If there are any other reasons for the passing of the aforesaid order, the petitioners would be at liberty to challenge the aforesaid order in accordance with law.
Present petition is accordingly disposed of as having been rendered infructuous.
However, if the petitioners have any other cause of action arising out of any subsequent developments, the petitioners would be at liberty to approach this Court yet again in accordance with law.
Disposed of with the aforesaid liberty.
( VINEY MITTAL )
October 24, 2006 ( H.S BHALLA )
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