GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL NADU Vs. R. ELUMALAI
HIGH COURT OF MADRAS
GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL NADU
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(1.) Heard learned Additional Advocate General for the appellants State.
(2.) The Government has come up in appeal contesting that the provisions of sub-sections (5) and (6) and Section 11 of the Tamil
Nadu Urban Land (Ceiling and Regulation) Act , 1978, have been clearly
observed in this case and the learned Single Judge, without looking
into the pleadings contained in the counter-affidavit erroneously
proceeded to allow the writ petition by recording that no counter-
affidavit has been filed. It is urged that the possession having been
taken from the original owner, namely, Murugappa Reddiar, there was
no occasion for the learned Single Judge to have come to a contrary
(3.) Learned Additional Advocate General has also produced the original records and we have seen the delivery of possession memo
dated 10.10.1998. The same records the name of the original land
owner, Murugappa Reddiar.;
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