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Monday, 30 November 2020

Bailable warrants against Parkwood Developers MD

Tribune News Service

Mohali, November 29

Non-compliance of an order passed by the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Punjab, has proved costly for the Managing Director of Parkwood Developers Private Limited.

The commission issued bailable warrants in the sum of Rs5 lakh with one surety of the like amount against the Managing Director, the Commissioner of Police, New Delhi, and the SSP, Mohali, for December 29.

Advocate Narender Yadav, counsel for the complainant, said his client Dinesh Kumar booked a flat in a project, Parkwood Glade, developed by Parkwood Developers Private Limited on the Kharar-Landran road in Mohali in 2013. The builder agreed to give the possession of the flat by September 30, 2015. However, the possession was delayed and the builder abandoned the tower at mid level. On October 17, 2019, Dinesh filed a complaint before the commission for the refund of the entire amount along with interest.

On February 19, 2020, the commission directed the Managing Director to refund the entire amount along with 12 per cent interest within 30 days from the date of passing of the order. The commission also directed the Managing Director to pay a compensation of Rs50,000 for causing mental agony and litigation charges to the complainant.

Yadav said the Managing Director failed to comply with the order within the stipulated period of one month. Feeling aggrieved, the complainant filed an execution claiming the total compensation of Rs29 lakh calculated as per the direction of the state commission.

On November 18, the state commission passed an order in execution with a observation that the Managing Director just filed an appeal before the National Consumer Commission, Delhi, which is pending for the removal of objections and it cannot be considered that it will come up for hearing. Otherwise also, there is no stay granted till date in this case.

On the last date of hearing, the Managing Director had been directed to be present on the adjourned date, but none appeared. Therefore, a bailable warrant in the sum of Rs5 lakh with one surety of the like amount be issued against the Managing Director of Parkwood Developers Private Limited, Commissioner of Police, New Delhi, and the SSP, Mohali, for December 29.



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