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Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958
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Section 14(1)(e)

Eviction in the suit shop–
The appellants are directed to deposit the entire arrears of rent payable from the date of application filed by respondent No.1 for their eviction and continue to deposit the monthly rent on or before 15th of each month at the rate determined by the High Court till final orders are passed by the Rent Controlling Authority. Failure to deposit the arrears including monthly rent, as directed herein, would result in refusal to contest the eviction proceedings. .....Vijay Kumar Ahluwalia =VS= Bishan Chand Maheshwari, (Civil), 2017 (2)– [3 LM (SC) 50] ....View Full Judgment

Order I Rule 10

Power under Order I, Rule 10 suo motu invoked–
Power under Order I, Rule 10 suo motu invoked by us, it is not necessary for the parties to file separate application, since we have ourselves impleaded the firm and the partners in the proceedings. We direct all the parties to appear before the Rent Controller, Delhi on 1.3.2017. Within two weeks from today, the respondents will file an amended memo of parties before the Rent Controller. The additionally impleaded respondents, if they chose to file written statement, will file it either jointly or individually, within a period of thirty days from today. .....Richard Lee =VS= Girish Soni, (Civil), 2017 (2)– [3 LM (SC) 38] ....View Full Judgment