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Sri Akshai vs The National Highways Authority ...

Madras High Court|29 March, 2023
The learned counsel appearing for the petitioner reiterated all the grounds of the view. I am not however swayed by the same. I had categorically held that the petitioner will have to move only jurisdictional civil Court for relief. The learned counsel appearing for the petitioner states though a plaint was filed before the District Munsif Court, Thirumayam, it is yet to be numbered.
2.The District Munsif Court, Thirumayam is directed to number the suit instituted by the petitioner forthwith and without any delay and also take up the interim application filed by the petitioner for speedy disposal.
https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in/judis REV APLW(MD).No.60 of 2023
3.This Review Application is disposed of with the aforesaid direction to the jurisdictional Civil Court. There shall be no order as to costs.
29.03.2023 Index :Yes/No Internet:Yes/No NCC :Yes/No MGA Note: Issue Order Copy on 29.03.2023.
To
1.The National Highways Authority of India, G-5 & 6, Sector – 10, Dwarka, New Delhi – 110075.
2.The Regional Officer, National Highways Authority of India, Regional Office, 2nd & 3rd Floor, Vijay Krishna Plaza, No.1, Lake Area, Melur Main Road, Mattuthavani, Madurai – 625 007.
3.The Project Director, National Highways Authority of India, No.1, 2nd Floor, Subramaniapuram 3rd Street, Karaikudi, Sivagangai District.
4.The District Munsif Court, Thirumayam.
https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in/judis REV APLW(MD).No.60 of 2023 G.R.SWAMINATHAN, J.
MGA REV.APLW(MD).No.60 of 2023 in W.P(MD)No.3126 of 2023 29.03.2023 4/4 https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in/judis
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