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Haryana Vidyut Parsaran Nigam v. M/s Krishna Rice Mill - RSA-3592-2004  RD-P&H 670 (9 February 2006)
Case No. : C.M.No.8800-C of 2004 &
R.S.A.No.3592 of 2004
Date of Decision : February 03, 2006.
Haryana Vidyut Parsaran Nigam .... Appellant Vs.
M/s Krishna Rice Mill .... Respondent
Coram : Hon'ble Mr.Justice Viney Mittal.
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Present : Mr.Mukul Aggarwal, Advocate
for the appellant.
for the respondent.
C.M.No.8800-C of 2004 :
For the reasons stated in the application, the delay in re-filing the present appeal is condoned.
R.S.A.3592 of 2004 :
The defendant-Nigam and another have approached this Court through the present appeal. The defendants have concurrently failed before the two courts below. A suit for declaration was filed by the plaintiff firm claiming that the notice dated November 05, 1998, served by defendant no.2, upon the plaintiff-firm is illegal, void and without jurisdiction. The permanent injunction was sought for restraining the defendants from disconnecting the electricity supply of the plaintiff with regard to connection no.LSS.XV.
The learned trial court decreed the suit filed by the plaintiff- firm. It was held that the defendant-Nigam had absolutely no justification to club the arrears of another concern M/s Krishna Cold Storage along with the bill pertaining to the plaintiff-firm. In view of the aforesaid finding, the suit filed by the plaintiff was decreed.
C.M.No.8800-C of 2004 & : 2 :
R.S.A.No.3592 of 2004
The matter was taken up in appeal by the defendants. During the course of the first appeal, the defendants sought to lead additional evidence. The said application for additional evidence was dis-allowed by the learned first appellate court on the ground that there was no justification to permit the defendants to lead additional evidence when the said evidence was already available from the proceedings before the learned trial court.
On merits of the controversy, the learned first appellate court also came to the similar conclusions as were arrived at by the learned trial court. Consequently, the appeal filed by the defendants was also dismissed.
Nothing has been shown that the findings recorded by both the courts below suffer from any infirmity or are contrary to the record.
No question of law, much less any substantial question of law, arises in the present appeal.
February 03, 2006 ( VINEY MITTAL )
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