Permanent Injunction

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30 April 2011

In a suit for permanent injunction with regard to easemantry right, at the intitial stage the court grants injunction and at later point the court denies to extent the same on the ground that the Defendant though in the pending suit, constructed his portion, hence the Plaintiff is not entitled for easementary right. Whether the order of the Court is liable to be setaside.

adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (Expert)
01 May 2011

File a writ against that order.

Amit Minocha (Expert)
01 May 2011

please provide more details of order it is too short to answer

Advocate Sachdev Bishnoi (Expert)
01 May 2011

the injunction granted to you was an interim order and after hearing the other side and on hearing the other side court does not find it to be fit for the extension of the stay

Sachdev Bishnoi is right in is observation, but if you feel that you have certan solid points in your favour, you can challenge the decision in the upper court on merits of the case for getting extension.

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