GENERAL MANAGER, TUTICORIN DISTRICT CENTRAL COOPERATIVE BANK Vs. S. SARAWATHI
TAMIL NADU STATE CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION
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M. THANIKACHALAM J. -
(1.) The 3rd opposite party is the appellant.
(2.) The 1st respondent in this appeal, as complainant, claimed a sum of
Rs.1 lakh, with interest thereon, from 4.1.2003 at 13% p.a., alleging
that she had deposited a sum of Rs.1 lakh, in the 1st opposite party
society, on the assurance given by 3rd opposite party, which was
supervised by opposite parties 2 and 4, that for some period, the 1st
opposite party paid interest, and thereafter failed to pay the periodical
interest, that when the complainant approached the 1st opposite party, to
return the deposit amounts, they failed to do, and therefore for the
deficiency committed by the 1st opposite party, other opposite parties
are also responsible, since all of them have committed deficiency.
(3.) The 2nd opposite party, denying the deposit, said to have been made by
the complainant, would contend that the documents produced by the
complainant are forged one, that the society never paid any interest,
since there was no necessity, and therefore they are not liable to pay
any amount, praying for the dismissal of the complaint.;
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