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Special officer of coop.society is a Public authority and writ will lie against

Posted on 20 September 2011 by Isaac Gabriel

Court

Supreme court



Brief

The Special Officer is appointed under the provisions of the Act and as such he is a statutory Officer and, therefore, he should be regarded as a public authority. Apart from that Art. 226 of the Constitution is not confined to issue of writ only to a public authority, the bar extends also to issue directions to any person. In our opinion, in a case where the Cooperative Society is under the control of a Special Officer, a writ would lie



Citation

Appeal(civil) 3523 of 1998 ayatridevi Vs Mousumi coop.Housing Society&ors



Judgement

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Attached File : 15197_2924_writ_will_lie_against_coopssc.pdf downloaded 118 times

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