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Mar 10 2004 (TRI)

Medical Superintendent Incharge, Nehru Hospital, Post Graduate Institu ...

Court : Union Territory Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission UT Chandigarh

Decided on : Mar-10-2004

..... the villi structures seem to be second trimester villi. areas showing inter villous haemorrahage can be seen.impressionsuggestive of abneptio/premature separation of placenta. decidual areas showing clumps of inter-mediate triphoblast also appreciated suggesting decidual ishemia.impression consistent with clinical diagnosis of missed abortion with evidence of acute and chronic focal inflammation focal premature separation with evidence of decidual ischemia .....

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Jul 05 2004 (TRI)

Mehar Kaur and Others Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Union Territory Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission UT Chandigarh

Decided on : Jul-05-2004

k.k. srivastava, president: 1. feeling aggrieved against judgment and order dated 8.3.2004 of district consumer disputes redressal forum-i, u.t., chandigarh [for short hereinafter referred to as the district forum] passed in complaint case no. 628/99, the complainants have filed this appeal. at the time of motion hearing, the learned counsel for the appellants contended that the district forum awarded a sum of rs. 15,000/- as compensation in lumpsum besides costs of litigation of rs. 1,100/-, which is grossly inadequate. 2. the appellants had claimed compensation of a sum of rs. 1 lac for mental and physical torture besides the relief of issuance of a direction for mutation of the house/plot no. 721, phase iv, mohali in the name of late s. harnek singh and in pursuance of the conveyance deed dated 17.3.1987 executed by sub-general power of attorney sh. ajay kumar in favour of late s. harnek singh and thereafter issuance of a direction to transfer the said house/plot in the name of the complainants who are the legal heirs of late s. harnek singh, in pursuance of the legal heir certificate and affidavit submitted/executed by sub-general power of attorney to o.p. no. 4 namely the estate officer, urban estate, phase-i, mohali. the o.ps. arrayed in the complaint were the state of punjab through its secretary, urban development department, chandigarh; the director, punjab urban planning and development authority, sco no. 63-64, sector 17, chandigarh; the chief administrator, punjab .....

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Mar 10 2004 (TRI)

Chandigarh Housing Board Vs. Rajesh Jaspal and Another

Court : Union Territory Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission UT Chandigarh

Decided on : Mar-10-2004

k.k. srivastava, president: 1. this is an appeal filed against order dated 13.3.2003 passed by district consumer disputes redressal forum-ii, u.t., chandigarh [for short hereinafter referred to as the district forum] in complaint case no. 468 of 2000. 2. the district forum has allowed the complaint and directed the appellant - chandigarh housing board (for short hereinafter referred to as chb) to refund the amount of rs. 9,200/- and rs. 31,170/- to the complainant with interest @ 9% per annum in the manner indicated in para 18 of the impugned order in sub-paras (a) to (d). the o.ps. were further directed to pay a sum of rs. 500/- as costs of litigation. 3. the respondent/complainant shri madan jaspal was a member of respondent no. 2 - the chandigarh sector 10 cooperative house building society limited (for short hereinafter referred to as the society), 1215, sector 8c, chandigarh. he participated in the scheme floated by the appellant-chb for group housing societies as member of the respondent no. 2 - society and deposited earnest money of 10% of the costs of land amounting to rs. 9,200/- @ 750/- per sq. yard fixed by the chb vide receipt no. 157 dated 1.6.1992. the said amount was deposited by the respondent/complainant with the respondent no. 2 - society for onward transmission and deposit with the appellant-chb. enrolment number allotted to the respondent/complainant was 43 dated 2.6.1974. an additional amount equal to 15% of the earnest money amounting to rs. 31,170/- .....

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