TAMIL NADU STATE HOUSING BOARD Vs. P.SUSILA
TAMIL NADU STATE CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION
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N.KANNADASAN, J. -
(1.) The appellants are the opposite parties and the respondent is the
complainant before the District Forum.
(2.) The complainant has approached the District Forum under the following
The opposite parties have allotted a house site to the complainant during
the year 1997. The complainant has paid necessary initial amount as well
as monthly installments. Even though as per the notification of the
Housing Board, it was indicated that the extent of the house site would
be about 250.54 sq.ft., and the said extent of the land would be handed
over to the allottees only a lesser extent of the house site was allotted
to the complainant and hence the complaint.
(3.) The opposite party resisted the complaint that even though in the
notification of the housing board it is indicated as above, the said
extent is only an approximate extent of the site and the actual extent of
the house site was only 197.71 sq. meters, to which a lease cum sale
agreement was also entered into and accordingly there is no deficiency in
service. It was also contended that the complainant has encroached the
adjoining vacant land and as such he is a trespasser and in order to
prevent any action for the removal of the encroachment, the complainant
has approached the District Forum.;
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