Sunday, 17 November 2019

When change of flooring will not amount additions and alterations of permanent nature?

Menghraj Visandas Jeswani Vs. Babulal Uttam Chand Bhandari and
others [1983 (1) AIRCJ 730], wherein the Hon'ble Bombay High Court
held that, the flooring, which was probably originally of a different
material has been converted into a cement flooring by itself does not
amount to permanent erection. If anything, the quality of the flooring was
improved by the said act done by the petitioner, connecting different parts
of the machinery which had been erected by way of pillars and pipelines
could by no stretch of imagination be characterised as erection of anything
of permanent nature.

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