AJIT KUMAR ROY Vs. SATYA BALA DUTT
HIGH COURT OF CALCUTTA
AJIT KUMAR ROY
SM. SATYA BALA DUTT
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M.M.Dutt, J. -
(1.)This appeal is at the instance of the defendants and it arises out of a suit for ejectment.
(2.)The suit premises consists of three floors in premises No. 8/1, Baithakkhana First Lane now known as Debendra Nath Roy Lane. The plaintiff purchased the said premises on September 30, 1959. She instituted the suit on March 22, 1962. The case of the plaintiff is that the plaintiff with the members of her family have been residing in a rented house and that she reasonably requires the suit premises for the use and occupation of herself and the members of her family. It has been alleged by the plaintiff that the defendants are defaulters in payment of rent. The tenancy of the defendants were determined by the plaintiff by the service of a notice to quit, but the defendants not having vacated the suit premises, the plaintiff instituted the suit.
(3.)The suit was contested by some of the defendants. It has been alleged by the defendants that the plaintiff is not the owner of the suit premises, but she is the Benamdar of her husband and that she does not reasonably require the suit premises for the use and occupation of herself and the members of her family. The defendants have challenged the legality and validity of the notice to quit and have denied the service thereof on the defendants.
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