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dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 18 January 2015  

In an advice i saw the opinion given to the home loan department is just frivalous...builders NOC is asked when the building already completed more than 14 years or so and flat owners got ownership rights duly transferred by town planning depts concerned, but the loan department is advised to get NOC from builder who enjoys no rights on the property...such advice just delays loans to borrowers to buy their properties...such opinions need to be weeded out, after all opinion of panel advocate cannot affect the discretion of the loan department head, for...


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 18 January 2015  

In an advice i saw the opinion given to the home loan department is just frivalous...builders NOC is asked when the building already completed more than 14 years or so and flat owners got ownership rights duly transferred by town planning depts concerned, but the loan department is advised to get NOC from builder who enjoys no rights on the property...such advice just delays loans to borrowers to buy their properties...such opinions need to be weeded out, after all opinion of panel advocate cannot affect the discretion of the loan department head, for...


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 18 January 2015  

Legal Opinions well tested only should be used... not any legal opinion as banks panel lawyers resort to for obvious purposes should be viewed very seriously, if needed MD or CMD of the Nationalized Banks,shd keep a tab on such men and promptly remove them from panel is a wiser approach i think, as i see many lapses on panel advocates' opinion...


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 18 January 2015  

if officers involved in frivalous litigation for obvious reasons should be duly taken up, even the legal assistance wrongly used should be viewed very seriously, i think.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 18 January 2015  

Wherever limitation prescribed by statute is there and when negligently omitted no relief would be possible to govt, so govt forthwith drop such frivalos litigation would be my advice to all concerned departments.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 18 January 2015  

Policy statement is good. Nodal officers strictly follow the scheme of the policy. Frivalous litigation must stop. that would save unnecessary expenses!


T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate
Wrote on 13 October 2013  

The union law ministry's latest policy should not remain as one more official circular tagged and kept safely with the Head of the concerned departments, it should be ensured that it is implemented in its full sense for what it is meant for, further the government pleaders appointed on the basis of political recommendations are the main culprits to drag down the govt's name and image in the litigation while representing the government side, the reason is that they are either inefficient to handle the cases effectively or involve themselves in corrupt practices thereby denying the provisions what the government has thought over while drafting such useful policies. Advocate Kalaiselvan,Vellore.


ashok kumar
Wrote on 27 December 2012  

Things can be improved if and only if vexatious litigation from the side of the Govt is done away with This will not happen by issuing circulars by the Deptt Head and Secretaries but by having a Vixatious Litigation Discouragement Policy in which the Officers responsible for pushing the hapless citizens to courts are punishedd


m.lxman rao
Wrote on 18 September 2011  

this will be better implemented, if the panel advocates are selected by way of special unbiased recruitment from the public service commission, because there are several efficient advocates who does not have proper recognition and political recommendation. in this way i feel that the objective will be achieved. M. LAXMAN RAO ADVOCATE, HYDERABAD, AP. PH.91-9391560009


B.L.gupta
Wrote on 22 April 2011  

Rajasthan is the biggest State in area with 56% tribe population in Udaipur,Dungarpur,Banswara & Pratapgarh district which has been declared as scheduled area under vth Schedule of the Constitution.Will Law minister kindly consider establishment of High Court bench for the Mewad Wagd Tribal area as per 229th Law Commission report and supreme court benches for Mumbai, Chennai & Kolkatta as per 230th Report and Recommendation of the Pranab Parliamentary committee recommendation. As India is 1.21 billion population country and solitary discreation and whims of Hon'ble Chief Justice and that of High court benches needs to be relooked in the changed democracy and to downsize arbritary approach without reasons and justification spacially ignoring parliamentary recommendations.blgupta,Advocate Udaipur Rajasthan.blgupta@bsnl.in


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