Guest (n/a) 08 March 2008
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Guest (n/a) 12 May 2008
J. P. Shah (RTI & CONSUMER ACTIVIST) 04 July 2008
In one of my clients case, a nationalised bank had taken physical possession under securitisation act, of his flat and prepared panchanama and inventory. However, when the flat was given back on adjusting loan acccount, certain items like freeze, tv, were missing. Client has having panchanama and inventory of giving possession. Thus there is difference of few costly items which are missing during the time flat was in actual custody of the bank. Despite requests by my client, the authorised officer is not filing FIR. Locks were intact but seals were broken. There are no signs of forceful opening on the only door to the flat which is on 5th floor. What should my friend do. Officers of bank are trying to save their colleagues, who my client apprehends that he would have removed. Neighbours have said orally that the bank manager was opening the flat and removing big things. Pl advicse.
Jinendra Lal Jain (Advocate) 12 February 2009
Mr. J. P. shah,
Advise your client to lodge a FIR under Section 406 og the IPC for griminal breach of trust. I am sure he will get the relief.
Another course is to file a complaint about deficiency in service as the Bank has failed to maintain the security of the articles of which it had taken possession under section 13(4) of Securitisation Act and therefore the bank is liable to compensate and pay compensation for not providing proper services.
You may further contact me as and when desire over the subject.
J. L. JainARFa
J. P. Shah (RTI & CONSUMER ACTIVIST) 15 February 2009
Thanks Shri Jain. He has last week filed complaint in State Consumer Commission at Ahmedabad for Rs.41.00 lacs. His wife will be filing a civil case in local court, against the bank shortly for dispossessing her stridhan etc for 12 months when she was no way connected to Bank. Some items are missing also.