Chennai: The Madras high court has set aside an order of the Chennai organization, which directed the owner of assets on Walltax road to stop production and demolish the alleged unauthorized construction.
Allowing a petition filed with the aid of G. Krishnamoorthy of Sowcarpet, the property proprietor, a division bench comprising Justices S. Manikumar And V. Bhavani Subbaroyan quashed the order dated February five, 2018. Pointing out that the prevent construction paintings and demolition be aware has been issued without connection with the real state of affairs, the bench stated, “We are inclined to interfere and set aside the order.”
According to Krishnamoorthy, the land in query originally belonged to the enterprise. Subsequently, it changed into leased out to at least one Gopal Pillai, and after he died in 1974, the land became his wife’s profession. In 1978, the petitioner and his wife jointly and severally occupied the ground, and an ‘L’ fashioned superstructure was made. The belongings changed into assessed property tax. As there has been no response from the enterprise while he approached it for effecting mutation of statistics, he approached the High Court. The courtroom had directed the Corporation Commissioner to purpose an in-depth inquiry regarding the person who turned into possession of the assets. However, no examination was performed. But, suddenly, the corporation issued a note declaring that the construction on the land in the query was unauthorized. He sent a felony to be aware of on February three. While so, the enterprise issued the prevailing February 5 notice directing him to stop creation work and demolish the alleged unauthorized production. The present superstructure was constructed in 1978, and there has been no new production after that. Therefore, the notice was issued mechanically.