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Praveen Kumar Verma v. State Of U.P. Thru' Chief Secy. & Others - WRIT - C No. 40223 of 2006  RD-AH 12486 (28 July 2006)
This writ petition has been filed for a writ of mandamus directing the respondents not to take any coercive measures in recovering the loan amount and to accept the same in easy installments.
The learned counsel for the petitioner states that due to some problem the petitioner could not deposit the instalments in time. Now, he is willing to deposit the same, provided some easy installments are fixed by the Court. Shri Tarun Verma, learned counsel appearing for the respondent Bank has no objection if the petitioner is permitted to deposit the amount of tax in four equal bimonthly instalments.
In view of the above,we dispose of this writ petition with the direction to the authority concerned that the petitioner shall be permitted to deposit the amount outstanding against him in four equal bimonthly instalments. The amount of interest payable, if any, shall also be paid alongwith the last instalment. However, it is made clear that in case of default, this order shall stand automatically vacated and the respondents shall be at liberty to realise the entire balance amount in accordance with law. Further, this order will have no effect if the petitioner has earlier been granted an order of payment of dues in instalments by this Court and the petitioner had defaulted in payment of the instalments.
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