SARDAR SAROVAR NARMADA NIGAM LTD Vs. RUPDEVSINHJI DOLATSINHJI GOHIL
HIGH COURT OF GUJARAT
SARDAR SAROVAR NARMADA NIGAM LTD
Rupdevsinhji Dolatsinhji Gohil
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(1.) This litigation is between a statutory Corporation being a wholly owned Government Company under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 and a private individual. In this litigation, the public exchequer of approximately an amount of Rs.700/- Crore is at stake. Having regard to the high stake involved in this litigation, it was expected of the appellant Corporation to pursue this litigation very seriously, but unfortunately, it realized its seriousness only after the matter reached to this High Court by way of the present second appeal under Section 100 of the CPC (for short "the CPC"). It was also expected of the Trial Court and the First Appellate Court to conduct this litigation in a proper manner with all seriousness having regard to the public exchequer involved, but unfortunately, even the two Courts below dealt with this litigation in a very casual and slipshod manner.
(2.) This second appeal under Section 100 of the CPC is at the instance of the original defendant No.1, namely, Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd., and is directed against the judgment and order passed by the Addl. District Judge, Narmada at Rajpipla dated 28th August, 2014 in the Regular Civil Appeal No.20 of 2010 filed by the appellant herein against the judgment and decree passed by the Principal Senior Civil Judge, Narmada at Rajpipla dated 10th May, 2010 in the Regular Civil Suit No.142 of 2006 instituted by the respondent No.1 herein (original plaintiff).
(3.) For the sake of convenience, the appellant herein shall be referred to as the defendant and the respondent No.1 herein shall be referred to as the original plaintiff.;
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