VIKRAM SINGH Vs. STATE OF UTTARANCHAL
HIGH COURT OF UTTARAKHAND
STATE OF UTTARANCHAL
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RAJESH TANDON, J. -
(1.) HEARD Sri Parikshit Saini, Advocate for the petitioner and
Standing Counsel for the State.
(2.) BY the present writ petition, the petitioner has prayed for a writ of certiorari quashing the order dated 27th January, 2006 passed by
respondent no.2 in Misc. Appeal No. 7/2003 - 04 Vikram Singh Vs. State of
Uttaranchal (Annexure No. 7 to the writ petition).
(3.) BRIEFLY stated, the petitioner took a loan of Rs. 17,000/ - from the Punjab National Bank Civil Lines, Roorkee, on 20.11.1979 for
running the Flour Mill, but due to some reasons, the petitioner could not
repay the loan amount and on 26.10.1993, a recovery certificate was
issued against the petitioner.
Thereafter, the flour mill of the petitioner was auctioned by the Tehsildar, but the amount could not be repaid by the aforesaid
auction and the balance amount was Rs. 93,158.26 and the proceedings for
recovery of the amount were initiated against the petitioner for recovery
by selling his immovable property by S.D.M. Roorkee and the proceedings
for auction of immovable property was started and on 27.09.1996, the
property was auctioned, however the same was cancelled.;
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