HANS RAJ SALIG RAM Vs. L NIRANJAN LAL
HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA
HANS RAJ SALIG RAM
L NIRANJAN LAL
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(1.) Counsel for the respondent basing himself on the decision in Hari Kishan V. Amar Nath 52 P.L.R. 13, urges a preliminary objection that E.S.A. No.337 of 1949 is not competent.
(2.) In Hari Kishan V. Amar Nath the judgment-debtor raised an objection in the execution proceedings that he could not be evicted in execution of a decree passed before or after the commencement of the Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act, 1947 , except in accordance with the provisions of section 13 of that Act. The plea did not find favour either with the executing Court or with the Court of the District Judge. From the order passed by the District Judge in appeal Hari Kishan judgment-debtor preferred appeal in this Court and in the appellate proceedings a preliminary objection was taken by the learned counsel for Amar Nath landlord that the appeal was not competent. In allowing the objection, Kapur J. said.
"I am of the opinion that in this case if no second appeal lay from the original matter under section 13 of Act 4 of 1947 no second appeal would lie in execution of the order passed under that section."
(3.) From a perusal of the report in Hari Kishan V. Amar Nath it appears that the judgment in that case was based on the decision in Sant Prasad V. Bhawani Prasad, 1921 43 ILR(All) 403.;
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