KULSOOM KHAN @ KULSOOM BEGUM Vs. UTTARANCHAL POWER CORPORATION LTD
HIGH COURT OF UTTARAKHAND
Kulsoom Khan @ Kulsoom Begum
UTTARANCHAL POWER CORPORATION LTD
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SUDHANSHU DHULIA, J. -
(1.) LIST revised. Case called out twice. None appears for the app ellant/ plaintiff.
(2.) THE appellant was the plaintiff in court below and had filed a suit which was registered as Suit No. 38 of 2005. According to the
plaintiff/appellant she had taken an electricity connection from
Uttarakhand Power Corporation being No. 001075 and has been paying the
bill regularly till 1990. In July, 1990 the plaintiff sold the land on
which a tube -well was installed to another person. Thereafter the land
changed hands. All the same, for the electricity connection to the
tube -well, the plaintiff had moved an application with the Power
Corporation for disconnection and the same has been done. Subsequently, a
bill of ' 67000/ - was issued by the Power Corporation which was
challenged by the appellant by filing a suit.
(3.) AFTER giving notice to the defendants, including the Power Corporation the trial court, inter alia, framed the following issues :
"1. Whether the plaintiff had paid the entire bills till July,
1990 and subsequently had directed the Power Corporation to disconnect the electricity connection."
Apart from this, there were other eight issues framed by the trial court.;
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