Courts cannot interfere with the determination of circle rates of immovable properties, Delhi HCNovember 30 2019
The Delhi High Court has held that the Court under its Article 226 jurisdiction cannot interfere with the determination of circle rates of immovable properties and built-up flats.
The Order was passed by a Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar in a public interest litigation preferred by one Suraj Prakash Manchanda (petitioner).
Apart from seeking a direction to the Delhi Government to rationalize circle rates of immovable properties and built-up flats . . .
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