Restrain against civil wrong

Social Worker


In a dispute over minor amount of Rs 5000/- in which the alleged debtor denies owing the amount, the creditor repeatedly makes telephonic calls and personal visits in the office of the alleged debtor with an intention of pressurizing him to pay the amount


Considering the action of the so called creditor as a civil wrong and violation of the right to live peacefully in own property, what is the remedy available to the alleged Debtor if he wants to restrain him (the creditor) from making such calls and visits.

Does such calls constitute a private nuisance?

Social Worker

can any one provide soem insight on this?




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