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Feb 28 2014 (TRI)

Sony Abraham Kurian, Assistant Manager and Another Vs. V. Sunija

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

A. Radha : Member Appellants are the 2nd and 3rd opposite parties in C.C.No.134/11 on the file of CDRF, Palakkad, the respondent is the complainant. 2. The case of the complainant is that the complainant is an account holder of State Bank of India, Ottappalam Branch and was having an ATM Card. On 15/10/2010 at 13.04 hours the complainant tried to withdraw Rs.10,000/- from ATM counter of Federal Bank, Nenmara Branch. The transaction was successful as per TXN No.1120 and along with the same received TXN No.1121 stating the balance enquiry. Since the complainant received both receipts in one slip the complainant made an enquiry and received the slip bearing TXN No.1122. Subsequently at 13.07 hours made withdrawal of Rs.10,000/- which received as per TXN No.1123 slip, along with which the complainant got TXN No.1124 stating withdrawal of Rs.10,000/-. Which the complainant alleges that the said amount was not received by the complainant. Consequent to that another attempt made by the compla...

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Feb 28 2014 (TRI)

Satheesh Lal Vs. Hdfc Standard Life Insurance, Kadappakada, Represente ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

A. Radha : Member Dis-satisfied by the Order passed by the CDRF, Thiruvanthapuram in C.C.No.117/09 the complainant came up in appeal. The Forum Below allowed the complaint in part. 2. Attracted by the representations made by the opposite party the complainant joined a Life Insurance Policy œYoung Star Plan Policy? of the opposite party. The period of the policy was 20 years commencing from 06/06/2006 and the annual premium was Rs.80,000/- to be paid in 2 half yearly instalments of Rs.40,000/- each. The complainant paid two instalments in 2006 and from 2007 based on mutual understanding the terms of payment was fixed as quarterly instalments @ Rs.20,000/- each to be paid in March, June, September and December 2007. He also paid two instalments in March and June 2008 at Rs.20,000/- each and the total amount comes to Rs.2 Lakhs remitted by the complainant till 2008. While the next instalment fell due in September 2008 it is alleged by the complainant that the opposite parties failed...

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Feb 26 2014 (TRI)

Oriental Insurance Co.Ltd. Divisional Office Vs. Rajambili

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

K. Chandradas Nadar : Judicial Member Appellant was the opposite party in CC.No.50/2003 in the CDRF, Thiruvananthapuram. The complainant is the sole respondent. He was the proprietor of the shop Sreeram Fancy and Gold Covering. It is alleged in the complaint that he had obtained a shopkeepers insurance policy for the period from 30.07.2001 to 29.07.2002 from the opposite party insurance company. Theft occurred in the complainant's shop during the night on 29.10.2001 between 9 p.m and 9 a.m 26.10.2001. Articles worth Rs.1,08,140/- were stolen from the stock of articles worth Rs.2,50,000/- .Immediately on coming to know of the theft the complainant lodged a complaint before the Neyyattinkara police and Crime No.538/2001 was registered by them. The complainant had informed the theft to his bank namely Canara Bank, Neyyattinkara and the opposite party insurance company. He also produced all the records required by the insurance company and their surveyor. But the surveyor has reported that...

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Feb 26 2014 (TRI)

P.K. Jisha Vs. Managing Director, Popular Vehicle and Service Ltd.

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

Smt. A. Radha : Member This appeal is preferred by the complainant on dismissal of C.C No.255/09 on the file of CDRF, Kozhikode. 2. The case of the complainant is that she purchased a Maruti Car from the respondents True Value Division on 24/07/08 on payment of Rs.1,38,000/-. The total purchase money was paid in 2 instalments ie. Rs.43,780/- on 07/07/08 and the balance amount on 24/07/2013. The complainant handed over 5 blank cheques for availing the loan from ICICI Bank. The original owner was one Mr. Muneer and the complainant handed over the relevant papers for transferring the vehicle to the name of the complainant. On 24/07/08 the very next day after signing the documents the vehicle met with an accident and was heavily damaged. The vehicle was entrusted for repair and the repair charges estimated to Rs.45,000/-. The opposite party further demanded Rs.18,000/- where as some other mechanics were ready to repair the vehicle for less than Rs.45,000/-. The accident happened while the ...

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Feb 25 2014 (TRI)

V.T. Mathew Vs. Assistant Engineer, K.S.E.B. Section, Kozhencherry and ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

V.V. Jose :Member The complainant in CC 171/2011 in the file of CDRF, Pathanamthitta is the appellant here. The appeal is against the dismissal of his complaint in the Lower forum. Complainant was a regular consumer of the opposite party for last six years as Consumer No.447. The connection was changed to the nearby building owned by the complainant by the officials of the opposite 0party; as the complainant got a three phase connection in his newly built home. The tariff of the said connection was changed to commercial for last six years and regular in payment also. While so the Pathanamthitta Divisional squad inspected the premise on 31/05/2011 and issued a penal bill of Rs.73,000/- alleging the connection as unauthorised and they disconnected the connection also. According to the complainant the issue of penal bill and disconnection is illegal and it caused hardship and mental agony to the complainant and his rented shop owners. Hence this complaint for a direction to set aside the ...

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Feb 25 2014 (TRI)

M/S. Muthoot Capital Services Ltd. Muthoot Towers Vs. R. Vijayakumar a ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

K. Chandradas Nadar : Judicial Member These appeals are respectively filed by the first opposite party and the complainant in CC.No.182/2006 in the CDRF, Thiruvananthapuram. They challenge the order of the Forum dated 31.10.2011. The complainant alleged that on 04.12.2002 he had purchased a new Yamaha Crux Motor bike at a cost of Rs.46, 175/- as per hire purchase agreement entered into with the opposite parties. At the time of execution of the hire purchase agreement the first opposite party obtained from the complainant 48 blank signed cheque leaves towards the future hire instalments. The EMI to be remitted was Rs.1500/-. The complainant got the vehicle registered in his name with Reg.No.KL-01-Z-2994. He was regularly paying the instalments. But due to some family problems he had to face financial difficulties and there by committed default in payment of three instalments. The first opposite party did not utilize the cheques entrusted as security to realize the instalments that fell ...

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Feb 25 2014 (TRI)

The Chairman and Managing Director, M/S. State Bank of Travancore and ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

K. Chandradas Nadar : Judicial Member Appellants were the opposite parties in CC.No.193/2011 in the CDRF, Idukki. Respondent was the sole complainant. The allegations in the complaint were that he was conducting an industry along with his wife and in order to raise working capital the complainant availed a loan of Rs.3,20,000/- from the State Bank of Travancore represented by the opposite parties. The complainant equitably mortgaged an extent of 8.783/4 acres of land in Santhanpara Village belonging to him. Title deeds relating to the property registered in the Rajakumari Sub Registrar's Office were deposited to create equitable mortgage. Their prior title deed and legal heirship certificate were also deposited with the opposite parties. There was default in repayment of the loan and decree was passed against the complainant. It is further alleged that the complainant is ready to raise the amount due to the bank by selling the property equitably mortgaged to the opposite parties. So th...

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Feb 24 2014 (TRI)

G.S. Rajeev Vs. the Proprietor, Monal Motors

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

V.V. Jose : Member This appeal is filed by the complainant against the order in CC 80/11 dated 30/7/2012 in the file of CDRF, Kasargod. The case of the above CC is as follows. 2. Complainant ordered for a tipper lorry on 20/04/2010 with Power Steering; for which complainant paid Rs.8,65,000/- which was delivered on 24/06/2010. Opposite party demanded Rs.36,000/- for power steering, as it is an additional facility. Complainant registered it, as according to him, it is only an oridinary part of the vehicle. Delivery was delayed. When delivered the opposite party has not handed over various documents related to the vehicle, by keeping it illegally; which caused mental agony to the complainant. In the absence of service book complainant was denied the free services. As the vehicular documents are not with him, he was fined by traffic police many times. So he was confined to keep the vehicle idle in the shed without plying which caused a loss of Rs.1,50,000/-. Opposite party issued a legal ...

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Feb 22 2014 (TRI)

Kerala State Co-operative Bank Ltd., a Schedule Bank Having Its Head O ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

Mrs. A. Radha : Member Aggrieved by the Order passed in C.C.No.85/2010 on the file of CDRF, Kollam, the opposite parties preferred this appeal. 2. The brief facts of the case are that the complainant availed a Cash Credit Loan from the 1st opposite party for an amount of Rs.7,00,000/- under Loan No.CC.98 mortgaging his property by himself and his son. The rate of interest was @ 16% at the time of passing the loan and thereafter the interest was reduced in view of the order of the Reserve Bank of India. The complainant remitted the loan amount in February, 2000 by remitting Rs.35,000/- till November, 2009. The balance amount as on 12/08/2009 was Rs.29,863/-. Thereafter the complainant remitted Rs.29,000/- on 12/11/2009. The complainant submitted an application for return of the documents to the 2nd respondent on 31/03/2010 against which an amount of Rs.1000/- was remitted. It is stated in the complaint that the complainant altogether remitted Rs.16,01,300/- against the loan of Rs.7 Lakh...

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Feb 22 2014 (TRI)

The Manager, Reliance General Insurance Company Ltd. and Another Vs. D ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

K. Chandradas Nadar : Judicial Member Appellants were opposite parties 1 and 2 in CC.No.70/2012 in the CDRF, Idukki. The first respondent in this appeal was the sole complainant. He alleged that he had purchased a new Honda city car on 06.04.2011 bearing Reg.No.KL-16G-4552. The vehicle was duly insured with opposite parties 1 and 2 for the period from 06.04.2011 to 05.04.2012. It was a private car package policy. The insurance premium for the vehicle was Rs.16,538/- and the vehicle was insured for an amount of Rs.8,81,790/-. When the policy was in force the vehicle met with a major accident at Kottayam on 30.11.2011 at 11 pm. The matter was informed to the nearest police station and to opposite parties 1 and 2. At the instruction of opposite parties 1 and 2 the vehicle was entrusted with the third opposite party for repair. They prepared an estimate for repair for an amount of Rs.707917/- and forwarded the estimate to the first opposite party. The complainant heard that a surveyor had ...

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