SHYAM SAHNI Vs. ARJUN PRAKASH
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Referred Judgements :-
DAVID JUDE VS. HANNAH GRACE JUDE
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(2.)This appeal has been filed assailing the impugned judgment and final order dated 01.08.2018 passed by the High Court of Delhi
at New Delhi in FAO (OS) No.210 of 2017 in and by which the
Division Bench of the High Court has set aside the order of the
learned Single Judge and allowed the appeal filed by respondent
No.1 (defendant No.4) herein by holding that the passport of
respondent No.1 (defendant No.4) ought not to have been ordered
to be detained and further directed return of the passport of
respondent No.1 (defendant No.4).
(3.)Brief facts which led to filing of this appeal are as follows:- The appellant filed a civil suit being CS (OS) No.1134 of 2008
before the High Court seeking declaration, permanent injunction
and possession of the suit property being the first and second floor
of the residential house constructed upon Plot No.68, Friends
Colony (West), New Delhi. Alternatively, appellant has sought the
partition of the suit property. Case of the appellant is that in 1954,
Late Niamat Sahni acquired Plot No.68, Friends Colony (West),
New Delhi, measuring 3000 sq. yards from Friends Colony
Cooperative Housing Building Society Limited wherein, she
constructed a main building having a ground floor and first floor.
Niamat Sahni herself and with her son Shyam Sahni (appellant) and
his family were residing in the ground floor. Soon after the demise of
Niamat Sahni, the appellant came to know that Sarabjit Prakash
and respondent No.1 have executed documents purporting to be
sale deeds and other documents in their favour or in favour of other
persons qua first floor and second floor and terrace in the residential
building constructed upon 68, Friends Colony (West) New Delhi
belonging to mother of the appellant, the appellant has filed a civil
suit seeking declaration, possession and permanent injunction and
also for partition in CS (OS) No.1134 of 2008 which is pending at
the stage of cross-examination of the defendants witnesses.
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