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Feb 08 2000 (TRI)

Delhi Vidyut Board Vs. Suraj Bhan

Court : Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC New Delhi

Decided on : Feb-08-2000

..... was ??sufficient cause for not filing the same within time. the words ??sufficient cause, occurring in proviso to section 15 of the ??act, are of utmost significance. as per settled law, culled out from various judicial decisions, the above expression, ??sufficient cause though deserves to receive a liberal construction, yet, a just and equitable balance has to be maintained between the ..... and beyond the control of the appellant. though, no hard and fast line can be drawn as to what affords ??sufficient cause in given case, yet again, as per settled law any cause which prevents a person from approaching the court within time, is ??sufficient cause. in doing so, it is the test of a reasonable man in normal circumstances which .....

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Jan 06 2000 (TRI)

Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited Vs. M/S. Sagoon Builders Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC New Delhi

Decided on : Jan-06-2000

..... was ??sufficient cause for not filing the same within time. the words ??sufficient cause, occurring in proviso to section 15 of the act, are of utmost significance. as per settled law, culled out from various judicial decisions, the above expression, ??sufficient cause though deserves to receive a liberal construction, yet, a just and equitable balance has to be maintained between the ..... beyond the control of the appellant. though no hard and fast line can be drawn as to what affords ??sufficient cause in a given case, yet, again as per settled law, any cause which prevents a person from approaching the court within time is ??sufficient cause. in doing so, it is the test of a reasonable man in normal circumstances which .....

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Aug 01 2000 (TRI)

C.B. Aggarwal Vs. Central Bank of India

Court : Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC New Delhi

Decided on : Aug-01-2000

lokeshwar prasad, president: 1. the present appeal, filed by the appellant, under section 15 of the consumer protection act, 1986 (hereinafter referred to as ??the act) is directed against order dated 2nd june, 1995, passed by district forum-i, in complaint case no. 1789/93, entitled shri c.b. aggarwal v. the manager, central bank of india, janakpuri, new delhi. 2. the facts, relevant for the disposal of the present appeal, lie in a narrow compass. the appellant had filed a complaint under section 12 of the act before the district forum and, in that complaint, the main grievance of the appellant was regarding non-payment of proper interest by the respondent. it was stated by the appellant that in response to an advertisement given by the respondent in the press in april, 1992, regarding stock investment scheme, the appellant visited the janakpuri, new delhi branch of the respondent bank and on 2.5.1992, opened a savings bank account, for the purpose of obtaining stock investments under the stock invests (si) scheme, which was made operational by the respondent w.e.f. 1.5.1992, by initially depositing a sum of rs. 35,000/-. subsequently, in the above said account further deposits were made by the appellant. the grievance of the appellant in the complaint was that on the sum which was lying deposited in the above said account, the appellant should have been given interest @ 12% instead of 6% allowed by the respondent. the appellant, in the complaint, also claimed a sum of rs. .....

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Jan 28 2000 (TRI)

P.C. Shirangannavar Vs. M/S. Anand Household Carriers (Regd.) and Anot ...

Court : Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC New Delhi

Decided on : Jan-28-2000

..... was ??sufficient cause for not filing the same within time. the words ??sufficient cause, occurring in proviso to section 15 of the act, are of utmost significance. as per settled law, culled out from various judicial decisions, the above expression, ??sufficient cause, though deserves to receive a liberal construction, yet, a just and equitable balance has to be maintained between the ..... beyond the control of the appellant. though no hard and fast line can be drawn as to what affords ??sufficient cause in a given case, yet, again as per settled law, any cause which prevents a person from approaching the court within time is ??sufficient cause. in doing so, it is the test of a reasonable man in normal circumstances which .....

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