Saturday, 18 August 2018

Whether court can execute decree for possession even if there is no plaint map or detailed description of suit property?

The main contention of the applicant is that in the absence of a plaint map or detailed description of the suit property and lane in question, the decree passed by the trial Court is rendered inexecutable. A perusal of the impugned order and even the report of the Commissioner shows that there is no substance in the aforesaid contention raised on behalf of the applicant. Even if, further steps are to be taken while actually executing the decree in question, there are enough powers with the executing Court to take appropriate steps so that the decree is properly satisfied. 
IN THE HIGH COURT OF BOMBAY (NAGPUR BENCH)

Civil Revision Application No. 131 of 2017

Decided On: 23.03.2018

 Shankarlal Chhanulal Nagpure Vs. Pramodkumar Prahladrai Agrawal and Ors.


Hon'ble Judges/Coram:
Manish Pitale, J.

Citation: 2018(4) MHLJ 672.
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