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Anjum Mir   21 May 2021

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can someone please tell me the case comment on alfa ventures pvt. Ltd vs the kerela state coastal zone.. it's urgent


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Saura Patil   21 May 2021

Hello, 

The case was decided on 10th July 2019 bearing civil appeal no. 4784-4785 of 2019 wherein Alfa Ventures was the Petitioner and Kerala State Coastal Zone Management Authorities were the Respondents.  The case was heard by a bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Navin Sinha. 

Facts of the case - 

Alfa Serene, one of the five high-rise apartment complexes ordered by the Supreme Court to be demolished for allegedly violating the Coastal Regulatory Zone Rules decided to initiate legal proceedings against Maradu Municipality and Kerala State Coastal Zone Management Authorities for monetary loss and loss of reputation.

In this case, 

1. the permission to file a review petition was granted

2. Applications for oral hearings of the case in open court were rejected 

3. After perusing the review petitions and the connected papers with due diligence, no justifiable reason to entertain the review petitions was found. 

4. the review petition was accordingly dismissed. 

Hope this helps! 

 

Regards, 

Saura Patil 

Anjum Mir   21 May 2021

thanks a lott

sneha jaiswal   28 May 2021

Hello, Greetings of the day!
For the query you posted, I would suggest that:
The name of the case is Alfa Ventures Pvt. Ltd. vs The Kerala State Coastal Zone.
Reference: W.P (C) No. 22590 of 2007
Date of Judgement: 10 July 2019
Facts of the case:   Alfa Ventures Pvt. Ltd. was the Petitioner and Kerala State Coastal Zone Management Authorities were the Respondents to the case. A bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Navin Sinha heard the case. Alfa Serene, one of the five high-rise apartment complexes was ordered by the Hon’ble Supreme Court to be demolished for allegedly violating the Coastal Regulatory Zone Rules. And, decided to initiate legal proceedings against Maradu Municipality and Kerala State Coastal Zone Management Authorities for financial loss and for hurting the reputation of the petitioner. In this case,  
•    The permission to file a review petition was granted.
•    Open courtroom hearing was denied to the application for oral hearings.
•    Considering the fact and circumstances of the case or analysing the review petition, there was no order as to costs.
•    The review petition stands dismissed in this case. 
Hope it helps,
Regards,
Sneha Jaiswal
Law Student
 


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