Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram
Decided on : Dec-20-2012
..... lt-vi-a tariff applies to temples, churches, mosques, monasteries, premises of religious worship convents, private hospitals, registered under the cultural, scientific and charitable societies act and exempted from payment of income tax. government or private educational institutions, libraries, readings rooms affiliated to universities or run by government or private, government hospitals x-ray units and laboratories attached to government ..... weaving school etc. hence the organization not being a place of religious worship should have been registered under the cultural, scientific and charitable societies act. further it should be exempted from payment of income tax. neither of these 2 conditions are satisfied in this case. so the complainant really does not fall within lt-vi-a tariff as found ..... was a charitable institution. the finding was that it was an institution of public nature for religious purpose and that too for the purpose of the kerala land reforms act, 1963. it is seen from ext.a8 that based on the government decision, the revenue divisional officer, kottyam closed the case against the complainant in the changanassery ..... consumed by the complainant, question of limitation does not arise and the 3rd opposite party has every right to issue bill for the energy supplied. there was no illegal act committed by the opposite parties. hence the opposite parties prayed for dismissal of the complaint. 3. this complaint has a chequered history. initially the forum recorded oral .....Tag this Judgment!