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Abhinay Kumar Shaw (Service)     09 May 2020

Time of settlement

Dear Members, Please guide me on the steps that can be taken for by a person who has filed a case in a District Consumer Forum on April 11, 2016 but the case is still in the stage of "For Argument" but no order yet. How long the person remain unhomed even after making payment more than 10L out of the total consideration of Rs. 16L. Please take this matter as urgent.


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Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     09 May 2020

1. There is no Time Limit in ANY court /forum in India.  ALL of them are over-burdened with work and short staff.

Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal
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Shreya Saxena (Student at Faculty of Law Banasthali Vidyapith Rajasthan.)     09 May 2020

Sir,

Although there is no time limit herein, However, if the time period becomes unreasonable, you can file a petition in the court as there may be a possibility of the matter being time-barred which shall create problems for you in the future.

Regards

Shreya

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JOSEPH BENEDICT (Advocate)     09 May 2020

File a petition

Abhinay Kumar Shaw (Service)     09 May 2020

Dear Shreya Saxena,

Can you please guide which petition to be filed before which authority, whether to the same District Consumer Forumm or State Consumer Forum  (being Superior) or before the Civil or Crimianl Court. 

Your suggestion would help the petitioner to get relieve soon, as you can understand a middle class person arranged for such huge corpus for his dream house and still bound to reside in rented house by incurring extra Rental Cost and Interest on borrowed funds.

Waiting for your reply soon.


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