Comments on Presumption under Sec.27 of the General Clauses Act, 1897 - is not available to secured creditor

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c.p.s. ramachary

c.p.s. ramachary

Wrote on 29 July 2014  

THANK YOU MR. RAJU



RAJU O.F.,

RAJU O.F.,

Wrote on 14 April 2014  

Dear Sir, Your Article has given clarity on the issue of Notices, to advocates, bankers and also to layman. Thank you for taking pains for such clarification.



Prof Wg Cdr G Kumar

Prof Wg Cdr G Kumar

Wrote on 30 March 2014  

It appears that Supreme Court Judges sign whatever is typed and put up for their signatures by the Court Master -- the meaning of 'dispatch' is "speed", whereas 'despatch' means "to send".



G.L.N. Prasad

G.L.N. Prasad

Wrote on 20 March 2014  

Moderator, as there is long delay due to error in connecting to server, the comment is posted thrice. With excuses , please remove additional posts.



G.L.N. Prasad

G.L.N. Prasad

Wrote on 20 March 2014  

May be out of context. But may be relevant. One lessor has asked lessee to send lease rent through Mr.X. The lessee has altered the cheque in the name of X and now claims that the communication is an authorisation of sale, and an unconditional order. I could not find the real meaning of "send through" as pay to. Can some body throw light as decision is pending with Commitee on Petitions, Loksabha.



G.L.N. Prasad

G.L.N. Prasad

Wrote on 20 March 2014  

May be out of context. But may be relevant. One lessor has asked lessee to send lease rent through Mr.X. The lessee has altered the cheque in the name of X and now claims that the communication is an authorisation of sale, and an unconditional order. I could not find the real meaning of "send through" as pay to. Can some body throw light as decision is pending with Commitee on Petitions, Loksabha.



G.L.N. Prasad

G.L.N. Prasad

Wrote on 20 March 2014  

May be out of context. But may be relevant. One lessor has asked lessee to send lease rent through Mr.X. The lessee has altered the cheque in the name of X and now claims that the communication is an authorisation of sale, and an unconditional order. I could not find the real meaning of "send through" as pay to. Can some body throw light as decision is pending with Commitee on Petitions, Loksabha.



G.L.N. Prasad

G.L.N. Prasad

Wrote on 20 March 2014  

May be out of context. But may be relevant. One lessor has asked lessee to send lease rent through Mr.X. The lessee has altered the cheque in the name of X and now claims that the communication is an authorisation of sale, and an unconditional order. I could not find the real meaning of "send through" as pay to. Can some body throw light as decision is pending with Commitee on Petitions, Loksabha.


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