R.THYAGARAJAN Vs. R.NAGESWARAN
TAMIL NADU STATE CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION
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N.KANNADASAN, J. -
(1.) Appellant is the complainant and the respondents are the opposite
parties before the District Forum.
(2.) The above appeal is filed under Sec.27 (A) of the CP Act, as against
the order dt.12.9.2007 in EP No.82/2006 in OP.No.75/2004.
(3.) Appellant / party in person contended that in pursuance of the order
passed in OP No.75/2004 on 23.3.2006, the opposite parties have directed
the complainant to take over the possession of the cottage at Kodaikanal,
Dindigul District 02.05.06. But however on the very next day viz. on
3.5.2006, the complainant informed the opposite parties that only after
visiting Kodaikanal, he would be in a position to report as to whether
there is satisfactory compliance of the direction issued by the District
Forum. According to the appellant, on the very next day, when he visited
Kodaikanal, he found that several works were not completed and hence he
was constrained to file EP.No.82/2006, which was dismissed, against which
the present appeal is filed. The main grievance on the part of the
appellant / complainant is that eventhough the District Forum has passed
an order directing the opposite party to handover the possession of the
cottage, after completion in all respects, free from any defects, the
said direction was not complied with by the opposite parties and when an
Execution Petition was filed, the same was dismissed without taking note
of the grievances of the complainant.;
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