In a recent development, the Assam Real Estate Appellate Tribunal in Guwahati reached a resolution in a dispute between Sri Padum Deuri and M/s Arya Erectors India Pvt. Ltd. The case, with a reference number of MISC. CASE No.03 OF 2022 and REAT/ASSAM/APPEAL No. 05 of 2022, saw a significant turn of events when the applicant, Padum Deuri, sought to withdraw the application. The tribunal, led by Hon'ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) Manojit Bhuyan, Chairperson, granted the leave to withdraw, resulting in the dismissal of the application. This article will delve into the details of the case and the implications of the withdrawal.
Background of the Dispute
The conflict between Padum Deuri and Arya Erectors India Pvt. Ltd. had been brought before the Assam Real Estate Appellate Tribunal. The exact nature of the dispute, although not explicitly mentioned, pertains to real estate matters, which are within the jurisdiction of the tribunal. Both parties were represented by their respective advocates, Mr. Simanta Das for Padum Deuri and Mr. D.K. Bhattacharyya for Arya Erectors India Pvt. Ltd.
Proceedings and Withdrawal
During the hearing, Mr. Simanta Das, acting on instructions from Padum Deuri, expressed the desire to withdraw the application. The tribunal duly heard the arguments presented by both advocates, and after careful consideration, granted the leave for withdrawal. Consequently, the application was dismissed. This decision signifies a significant shift in the case's trajectory and warrants further examination.
Implications and RERA Involvement
Following the withdrawal of the application, it is crucial to assess the implications for both parties involved. The dismissal of the application suggests that Padum Deuri's pursuit of legal action against Arya Erectors India Pvt. Ltd. has come to an end. With the withdrawal, it is essential to understand the potential ramifications on any future claims or legal recourse that Padum Deuri may seek.
Moreover, the Assam Real Estate Appellate Tribunal has ordered the provision of a copy of the order to the concerned parties as well as the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) in Assam. This emphasizes the transparency and regulatory compliance associated with the tribunal's decision-making process.
The withdrawal of the application in the case between Padum Deuri and Arya Erectors India Pvt. Ltd. marks a significant turning point in the dispute. The Assam Real Estate Appellate Tribunal, headed by Hon'ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) Manojit Bhuyan, granted the leave to withdraw, leading to the dismissal of the application. While the specifics of the dispute remain undisclosed, this resolution highlights the effectiveness of the tribunal in facilitating the resolution of real estate conflicts in Assam.
As the case concludes, it is crucial for all parties involved to reflect on the outcome and assess any further steps that may be necessary. The withdrawal of the application does not preclude future actions or the exploration of alternative legal avenues. With the copy of the order provided to the relevant parties and RERA, the decision upholds transparency and ensures compliance within the real estate sector.
Note: The information provided in this article about Assam Real Estate Regulatory Authority (ASSAM RERA) is for informational purposes only. It is not intended as legal or professional advice and readers should consult qualified professionals for advice specific to their circumstances. The information provided in this article is based on the APPEAL No. 05 of 2022 before the Karnataka Real Estate Regulatory Authority
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