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Jan 14 2011 (TRI)

Jammu Development Authority, Through Its Vice Chairman Vs. Dalhit Sing ...

Court : Jammu and Kashmir State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Jammu

G.D. Sharma, J. Order dated 8-2-2010 passed by the Learned Divisional Forum Jammu (herein after to be referred as the forum) has been taken in this appeal which is time barred by 82 days. The appeal is accompanied by application for condoning the delay on the sole ground that time was spent after obtaining the copy of the impugned order to get it factually and legally scrutinized at different levels of the administrative hierarchy. The application has not been opposed by the Counsel of the non-applicant/respondent and orally he has submitted that the appeal may be argued on its merits .Hence, the application is allowed and the appeal is registered in concerned register. The brief facts of the case are that respondent on 14-8-07 deposited an amount of Rs 43,330/ by way of bank draft after fulfilling all the requisite formalities but after a gap of 14 months on 6-10-08 the above earnest money was returned without making the payment of the cost of Rs 100/ of the application form and Rs 30...

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Apr 20 1995 (TRI)

Brinder Nath Vs. Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu and Others

Court : Jammu and Kashmir State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Jammu

Malik Sharief-ud-Din, President: 1. In order to appreciate the points that arise for consideration in this complaint we would briefly like to state the facts. 2. Complainant was a student of M.M. College, Jammu and he had to appear for B.A. final examination in the year 1982-83. However, due to illness and shortage in the attendance he could not appeared. In the following year he was again admitted to College as late College student. It is in such circumstances that the benefit of Statute VIII of the University is made available. The benefit available is to the effect that such students are given the benefit of internal assessment in the previous year and this internal assessment record is to be forwarded by the College to the University before the examinations start. The Complainant appeared in the examination conducted in 1983-84 as a B.A. student, he was allotted Roll No. but the College did not send the internal assessment in time. It was only forwarded after the examinations were ...

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