MANAGER Vs. M. VIJAYAKUMAR
TAMIL NADU STATE CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION
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M. THANIKACHALAM J. -
(1.) The opposite party is the appellant.
(2.) The opposite party/appellant, provisionally allotted a house to the
complainant, who was employed in Indian Air Force, at his request, fixing
the cost of the house at Rs.1,67,500/-, requesting to pay initial deposit
of Rs.51,700/-. The father of the complainant since belonged to
Adidravida community, sought exemption, whereas the complainant sought
for change of allotment of house. On the basis of the assurance given,
deposit was made, but the opposite party neither accepted the requisition
for change of house, nor given the concession, though he belongs to
(3.) The complainant aggrieved by the conduct of the opposite party, wrote
a letter, canceling the booking, seeking refund, but he has received only
a sum of Rs.42,445/-, though he had paid a sum of Rs.51,700/-, which is
illegal. The opposite party by their act, had not only committed
deficiency, but also committed negligence, causing mental agony to the
complainant/consumer, and therefore, he was constrained to file this
case, seeking refund ofRs.8375/-, with interest, compensation of
Rs.10000/-, and for a further sum of Rs.15000/- for mental agony.;
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