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Posted On 13 April 2012 at 05:43 Report Abuse

Issue Regarding Non-joinder of parties should be raised at earliest opportunity!

Supreme Court of India
Sriram Pasricha vs Jagannath & Ors on 24 August, 1976
Equivalent citations: 1976 AIR 2335, 1977 SCR (1) 395
Bench: Goswami, P.K.
Indian Evidence Act 1872 Sec. 116--Whether tenant can deny the landlord's title.
West Bengal Premises Tenancy Act 1956--Sec. 13(1)(f)--Whether one of the co-owners can file a suit for eviction without impleading other co-owners--Whether a co- owner, an owner for the purpose of an eviction suit--Stage for raising objection about frame of suit.

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