Allahabad High Court Judgement

Allahabad High Court Judgement

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JUDGEMENT HEADLINE : Contempt Petn.-continued Absence Of Learned Counsel For Parties-Contempt Petn.dismissed As Infructuous By Lapse Of Time.
JUDGEMENT TITLE : Raj Dev Vs. Rk Tyagi On 14/12/2004 By Allahabad High Court
CORAM : Hon'ble Satya Poot Mehrotra,J.


Court No. 48

Civil Misc. Contempt Application No. 1615 Of 1995
Raj Dev ..............Applicant
R.K. Tyagi ...............Opp. Party.

Hon'ble S. P.Mehrotra, J.

The Present Contempt Petition Has Been Filed Under Section 12 Of The Contempt Of Courts Act, 1971. It Is, Inter-alia, Prayed That The Opposite Party Be Punished For Having Committed Contempt Of This Court By Allegedly Not Complying With The Order Dated 13-2-1995 Passed By This Court In Civil Misc. Writ Petition No. 2759 Of 1995.

The Present Contempt Petition Is Being Listed Before The Court On Various Dates Since September, 2004. However, On Each Such Date, The Learned Counsel For The Parties Have Not Appeared Before The Court Even When The Case Has Been Taken Up In The Revised List.

Reference May Be Made To The Orders Dated 21-9-2004, 28-9-2004, 24-11-2004 And 2-12-2004, Passed On The Order-sheet.

The Case Has Been Taken Up Today In The Revised List.

However, The Learned Counsel For The Parties Are Not Present.

Having Regard To The Nature Of Controversy Involved In The Present Case And Keeping In View The Continued Absence Of The Learned Counsel For The Parties In The Present Contempt Petition, It Appears That The Present Contempt Petition Has Become Infructuous.

In The Circumstances, The Contempt Petition Is Dismissed As Having Become Infructuous.

Show Cause Notice Issued To The Opposite Party On The Contempt Petition, Is Discharged.

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