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KUNJUVAREED C.D. S/O.DEVASSY v. THE IRINJALAKUDA TOWN CO-OPERATIVE - WP(C) No. 18313 of 2005(E)  RD-KL 3814 (19 December 2006)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF KERALA AT ERNAKULAMWP(C) No. 18313 of 2005(E)
1. KUNJUVAREED C.D. S/O.DEVASSY,
1. THE IRINJALAKUDA TOWN CO-OPERATIVE
2. THE CHAIRMAN,
3. THE ASSISTANT REGISTRAR (GENERAL)
4. ARBITRATOR-CUM-SALE OFFICER,
For Petitioner :SRI.PREMCHAND R.NAIR
For Respondent :SRI.N.P.SAMUEL
The Hon'ble MR. Justice J.M.JAMES
O R D E R
J.M.JAMES, J.W.P.(C). 18313/2005 Dated this the 19th day of December, 2006
The writ petitioner prays that Ext.P5 order, transferring the property to the auction purchaser, be quashed. When the writ petition came up for admission, it was submitted that the writ petitioner was willing to wipe out the entire amount and all other incidentals that may be due to the bank, and the latter be persuaded to return the property to the petitioner. The service is complete.
2. I heard the arguments being advanced by the learned counsel for the respondents 1 and 2. It is submitted that no amount had so far been paid. Nor did he proceed against Ext.P5, as per the procedure. The remitting of the amount, within thirty days of the sale was not done. He did not approach the respondents 1 and 2, with the entire amount, as was submitted at the time of admission of this writ petition, the counsel submits.
3. When the writ petition came up on 5.12.2006, there was no representation. Therefore, the matter was W.P.(C).18313/2005 2 posted on 19.12.2006 for disposal.
4. When the matter is taken up today, there is no representation from the writ petitioner or his counsel. Hence, 2005 matter remains without any action and the interim direction non-complied with. In the circumstances, this writ petition is dismissed for default. J.M.JAMES
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