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DRAT Kolkata

DRAT Kolkata was eastablished vide GSR No: 257(E) 24-3-2000. The territorial jusrisdiction of the Hon`ble Tribunal covers Over Debt Recovery Tribunals at Cuttak, Guwahati, Patna, Kolkata-1, Kolkata-2, Kolkata-2, Hyderabad, Vishakapatnam and Ranchi.


Hon'ble Justice Arunabha Barua

Hon'ble Justice Barua is Chairperson of Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal (DRAT) Kolkata



Employee Directors could become vicariously responsible for company loans

To be designated as a director in a company is a great feeling and does good to ones ego too. But some employees who are designated as directors becomes guarantors to the loans taken by the company and end up virtually as criminals on the run.

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OTS is available only to pending cases.

The Benefit of One "Time Settlement Scheme", popularly known as "OTS", is available only to cases which are still pending for adjudication. Cases that have been disposed off are not entitled for benefit of the scheme. This was held by the Hon'ble Delhi High Court while considering a plea that the petitioner has unjustly been denied the benefit of the OTS even though the bank's very own circular says that the scheme should be extended to even those that cases which are before the Debts Recovery Tribunal or the Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal. The Court has held that the circulars issued by the Bank are not directions within the meaning of the Banking Regulations Act.

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DRTs cannot adjudicate any claim of the bank.

DRTs cannot decide any and every claim of a bank. The Bank’s claim must be within the meaning of the word ‘debt’ as defined in the RDB Act. If the claim does not satisfy the definition of ‘debt’, the DRTs are denuded of their jurisdiction to hear such claims and the Banks must be advised to approach the civil courts.

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MORE ON DRT PROCEEDINGS
  1. DRT Pune orders arrest for enforcing orders.
  1. CMM need not hear the owner of asset.
  1. Can there be pre-deposit even if no debt has been determined?
  1. Bank Officers should carefully examine the title deeds being deposited by borrowers :: DRT-2 Chennai.
  1. DRAT can modify rate of interest pendent elite
  1. Non compliance with illegal orders is not contempt.
  1. Bank must produce original title deed for claiming equitable mortgage on the property.
  1. Debts Recovery Tribunals cannot use their discretionary powers to reduce interest pendende lite.
  1. Merely denying banks accounts is of no use
  1. DRTs can fix rate of interest.
  1. Borrower is deemed to have signed the documents after reading and understanding the document.
  1. Bank is entitled to claim only agreed rate of interest.
  1. Financial jurisdiction of DRT does not change with the change of amount adjudicated.
  1. Where the bank has suppressed material evidence it is not entitled for any relief
  1. Allegations of embezzlement should not be made loosely
  1. Presence of a Notary Public is satisfactory
  1. Contempt notice to PO DRT Hyderabad
  1. AP High Court admits PIL against Presiding Officer DRT Hyderabad.
  1. Now an PIL for appointment of PO DRT Bangalore.
  1. PO DRT Bangalore placed under suspension. Details awaited.
  1. Decks cleared for proceedings against former PO DRT Ahmedabad.
  1. Limitation for enforcing foreign judgments is three years.
  1. The DRT must adjudicate the claim of the applicant only.
  1. Limitation for enforcing foreign judgments before DRTs is 3 years.
  1. Employee-Directors cum guarantors are liable for repayment of the whole of the loan amount
  1. DRTs cannot adjudicate any claim of the bank.
  1. Amount resulting from fraud is also a debt.
  1. Stakes for crown debts should be made before the Recovery Officer.
  1. Tenancy has to be properly proved as per law.
  1. Stakes for crown debts should be laid at the time of Recovery Proceedings.
  1. Third parties do not have a locus standi to meddle into disputes between a Bank and its borrowers.
  1. Agreement necessary for arbitration of case between AMC and Bank
  1. DRAT can modify rate of interest pendent elite
  1. In case of Frauds DRTs must help in punishing the culprits.
  1. Auction purchasers beware -Auction Notice under SRFAESI Act should contain mandatory details
  1. Every act of Bank under SRFAESI Act gives raise to an fresh cause of action.
  1. Recovery Officer cannot impound passport.
  1. Guarantors are co-extensively responsible.
  1. Objection cannot be raised for the first time before DRAT.
  1. Litigant cannot be made to suffer due to negligence of his counsel.
  1. Guarantors have no say to seek priority of recovery.
  1. When documents are challenged, DRT must seek expert evidence.
  1. Don’t go for fishing expedition in DRAT.
  1. In BIFR proceedings, Guarantors cannot seek better protection than the principle borrower.
  1. Guarantors are not protected under provisions of SICA
  1. To challenge an Auction – follow the procedure
  1. A compromise deed should be a proper document
  1. A few transactions does not convert a NPA into PA
  1. DRAT Allahabad :: Unless stated, all RBI Circulars are enforceable.
  1. When jurisdiction is challenged, the same should be decided first.
  1. Unless rejected, the proposal submitted by the borrower is deemed to be under consideration of the Bank.
  1. Conscious absenteeism from proceeding before DRT uncondonable
  1. A few transactions does not convert a NPA into PA
  1. When the borrower does not deserve even sympathy
  1. Indian Evidence Act not applicable to DRTs
  1. DRTs fume at pleas for cross examination as delaying tactic.
  1. Commissioners are to protect interests of secured creditors
  1. Uncontested claim of a Bank results in full amount being decreed.
  1. Auctions below upset price are not permitted.
  1. Basic right of borrowers under SRFAESIA- to file a representation against seizure notice.
  1. First right of a defendant under SRFAESIA- to be replied to by the Bank.
  1. Banks can club all their claims against a person in a single application before the DRT.
  1. Debt Recovery Tribunal ( DRT ) need not frame issues for cases before them.
  1. Jurisdiction of High Courts over DRATs depends on the cause of action
  1. The Debt Recovery Tribunals should hear the parties.
  1. Adjournments before DRTs should be a rarity.
  1. DRTs cannot be expected to grant adjournments merely for the asking.
  1. Has the Government unjustly sided the banks with SRFAESIA ?
  1. MARDIA ne SRFAESIA ko Mardia ?
  1. Auction & Sale of Properties by Public Financial Instititutions should be in the best interest of the Institution.
  1. Receivers who do not act in the best interest of the properties placed in their hands can be prosecuted.
  1. Recovery Officer of a DRT is bound by Schedule II of the Income Tax Act
  1. The Recovery Officer of a DRT cannot arrest a lady defaulter.
  1. Powers of DRTs are limited where Companies are under liquidation.
  1. The DRT Commissioner has right of way over the Official Liquidator
  1. Plural remedies no longer applicable even to pending proceedings
  1. Multiple transactions does not amount to plural remedies
  1. Consumer Court are not forums over DRTs
  1. Proceedings can go on in Consumer Court as well as in DRT
  1. Tribunals cannot pass Garnishee orders on parties who do not have dispute with the Banks
  1. Auction of properties, should be above board.
  1. SRFAESI - needs securitisation
  1. Jurisdiction Issue should be settled first
  1. Banking Ombudsman & DRT Act are different and Exclusive – Proceedings between two parties based on the same facts can go on simultaneously before the two forums.
  1. Tribunals are important mechanism for the administration of justice -SC
  1. Cross Examination of Witnesses in Tribunal not compulsory
  1. DRATs are under jurisdiction of multiple High Courts
  1. Pre-deposit of debts due for filing an appeal in the DRT is a limiting factor for justice!
  1. Relief for Bank Customer under Consumer Protection Act
  1. OTS is a win win methodology to solve debt problem.
  1. Caught with hits pants down, HSBC Bank agrees to pays $ 101 million to ward of criminal proceedings
  1. Buy assets at bank auctions only after due diligence
  1. No money to put up for litigation? Consider indigence route!
  1. Relief for Bank Customer under Consumer Protection Act
  1. Took a loan? Repay it first. Rest await civil courts Orders.
  1. Parties can change advocates at any time without a need for NOC from earlier advocate.
  1. Auction purchaser in limbo as Madras HC sets aside an auction after 12 years after the auction.
  1. Madras HC orders CBI probe against DRT-1 Delhi & Ors.
  1. Non-Advocates cannot practice serially before DRT
  1. DRT restrains directors of defaulter company from travelling abroad
  1. DRAT have powers to condone delays in filing appeal : SC
  1. Chandigarh HC orders scrutiny of records of Debts Recovery Tribunal at Chandigarh and immediate setting up of web site.
  1. The RBI has powers to define the parameters of NPA
  1. Procedure for declaring a defaulter as willful defaulter should be scrupulously followed : Calcutta HC
  1. Government issues tooth less Orders on debt relief!!
  1. NCDRC puts brakes on reckless charging of interest by banks under the floating rate of interest
  1. OTS with bank does not mean removal of name from special watch list by ECGC.
  1. Clamour to extend SARFAESI Act to NBFCs grows.
  1. Chief Judicial Magistrate not competent to seize properties under SARFAESI Act.
  1. Wrongly attached properties can be opposed
  1. Tenants cannot be evicted from a property under the SRFAESI Act
  1. Guarantors beware you have no protection before DRTs.
  1. Consumer forum asks ICICI Bank to pay Rs 75,000 to complainant
  1. MM holds Bank’s claim ‘extortion’
  1. Intervener would be liable for losses at auction.
  1. Stamp duty on auction amount only to be paid: Allahabad HC
  1. NI 138 Notice Should be Not be Vague
  1. Blaming advcoate for delay in filing the appeal is not a good idea, Sir jee!
  1. CO-OP BANK NOT HIT BY PARTICIPATING IN DRT PROCEEDINGS
  1. Non compliance with S. 13(2) notice results in auction of securities.
  1. DRTs can vary rates of interest even in compromised matters.
  1. The DRTs cannot enlarge the demand from what was sought in the S. 13(2) Notice
  1. Consent and limitation are no bar for challenging a unlawful compromise
  1. If a compromise has two portions, lawful and unlawful, the lawful can be enforced and the unlawful ignored.
  1. Unlawful Compromise is unenforceable.
  1. DRAT cannot waive off pre-deposit of debt due for admitting an appeal u/s 18 of the SARFAESI Act.
  1. Complicated recording of evidence has to be done by DRTs
  1. Bank need not reply to representation within a week.
  1. Borrowers can seek relief on interest payable for the litigation period.
  1. Writ Petition is not maintainable against initiation of proceedings u/s 13(2) of the SRFAESI Act.
  1. Claim against the principal borrower need not be crystallized for proceeding against the guarantor.
  1. When sick, talk to your bank.
  1. If there is no mention of the rate of interest in either the Loan Agreement or in the Promissory Note, then interest at 18% pa should be charged .
  1. Supreme Court reduces interest rate for litigation periods.
  1. Compromise must be given effect to if the borrower was made to act on it.
  1. A contract between a Bank and Borrower has to be enforced.
  1. Stay of recovery proceedings does not mean putting borrower back into possession of the assets.
  1. Without pre-deposit an appeal cannot be entertained : SC
  1. Can recovery proceedings be taken against a company which is before BIFR?
  1. Banks cannot recklessly exercise their powers under SRFAESI Act.
  1. Dues of a Government company are not dues of the Government.
  1. Liberal construction should be granted to beneficial statues: SC.
  1. There is no need to invoke SRFAESI Act if the Bank’s money can be recovered equally fast
  1. Auction of assets behind the back of Official Liquidator is fatal to an auction.
  1. SFC cannot proceed against the guarantors directly.
  1. Agricultural land cannot form security for SRFAESI Act.
  1. Guarantor wholly responsible for the due discharge of the loan: SC
  1. A Borrower has no say in the sale of NPAs.
  1. Employee Directors could become vicariously responsible for company loans
  1. Kerala High Court’s fresh approach on Securitisation proceedings.
  1. SC larger bench to decide on loans against leased Govt. land.
  1. Cannot take Bank’s money and go away.
  1. From debt to death - Recovery goons beat borrower to death.
  1. Admitted amount can be recovered without waiting for the Recovery Certificate.
  1. Disputes between Crown and Secured claimants needs adjudication.
  1. No harm if DRT accepts 2nd statement of defense in transferred matters.
  1. Revenue Recovery Act can be invoked to execute decrees: Kerala High Court
  1. A pending EP no bar to proceedings under SRFAESI Act
  1. A sad commentary on the functioning of the Debts Recovery Tribunal.
  1. Kolkata High Court strikes down willful defaulter tag
  1. OTS scheme can be directed where borrower is sincere.
  1. Co-op Banks out of DRT net
  1. High Court is not the Right Forum to challenge proceedings under SRFAESI Act.
  1. Re-auction is the only remedy for Irregular Auction.
  1. Recoveries can be made in terms of contract between the parties.
  1. An irregular auction cannot be sustained.
  1. Latches – detrimental to auction
  1. Asset can be sold below the Reserve price also.
  1. Sale below reserve price is not illegal.
  1. Should Recovery Proceedings by Banks need monitering?
  1. Debts Recovery Tribunal cannot ask the lessee to pay more than the indenture amount.
  1. Arraign all the parties to secure full justice.
  1. DRT cannot ask the lessee to pay more than the indenture amount.
  1. Appeal to DRT under SRFAESI Act to be charged as per DRT Rules:: SC
  1. What should lthe limitation be for filing recovery claims?
  1. Civil Courts cannot grant injunctions against Banks :: SC
  1. Borrowers free to pursue against the Lenders: SC
  1. Borrowers can pursue independent actions against the Lenders: SC
  1. Courts take a dim view of delaying tactics
  1. Costing of suits – Court fees should not be included.
  1. Proceedings before DRT is no bar for other proceedings to go on
  1. When setting aside a auction – sale, grant of interest to auction purchaser is the discretion of the Court.
  1. Hammer the best price out of auctions.
  1. SFC can initiate action till the assets are free.
  1. Lease hold land are not good titles of owner ship of land. Lending agencies should be careful.
  1. Recovery Officer cannot decide the properties to be attached and sold.
  1. Recovery Officer cannot attach State Funds with the RBI.
  1. Unreasonable delay in return of documents is a deficiency of service
  1. OTS is available only to pending cases.
  1. All that glitters is not diamonds. IT Department learns !
  1. No need to transfer a case to Debts Recovery Tribunal where a particular case was decreed before the issue of notification under the RDB Act
  1. No special clauses for tenants in DRT Act
  1. Guarantors can peruse Appellate Remedies on their own
  1. Workmen’s Dues before Debt Recovery Tribunal
  1. Death of a borrower will not effect proceedings intiated under SRFAESIA
  1. The Debt Recovery Tribunal cannot re-open, or re-examine, or re-call an order already passed by the High Court earlier.
  1. Small industrialists miss out CGTSI benefits due to poor awareness.
  1. Strong message from DRT Mumbai - Exercise Powers with Responsibility.
  1. Contempt proceedings - Limitation starts from the day the contemptuous act became known.
  1. Notice under SRFAESIA is of crucial importance.
  1. Limitation starts on the day the loan recall notice is issued.
  1. Civil Courts loose jurisdiction if value of Execution Petition reaches Rs. 10 lakhs.
  1. Tribunals should be slow & cautious while granting ad-interim ex-parte orders.
  1. Proceedings under SRFAESIA cannot take place when BIFR is seized of the issue.
  1. Jurisdiction of a Recovery Officer - cannot transgress that of the DRT.
  1. Mardia Hearing Starts – ex-parte stay given
  1. Workmen’s Dues before Debt Recovery Tribunal
  1. Where Claim is not opposed - no need to appoint a Receiver
  1. Claim will be decreed where defence admits the loan amount -


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ON AUCTIONS
  • Immovables at

    Flat No. 904, 9th Floor, Wing – “B” in the building known as “Silver Crest” constructed on Gat No. 631 (Old Survey No. 85/9), Gat No. 632, Gat No. 636, laying being situated at Village – Wagholi, Taluka – Haveli, District – Pune within the registration Sub-District Haveli and also within the limits of Zillaparishad and Panchayat Samiti Haveli, District Pune. Flat Area – Admeasuring 655 Sq.ft i.e 60.58 Sq. Mtrs. Alongwith attached terrace 108 Sq.Ft. i.e 10.03 Sq. Mtrs. With Mechanized Puzzle Parking Space



  • Immovables at

    Flat No. 904, 9th Floor, Wing – “B” in the building known as “Silver Crest” constructed on Gat No. 631 (Old Survey No. 85/9), Gat No. 632, Gat No. 636, laying being situated at Village – Wagholi, Taluka – Haveli, District – Pune within the registration Sub-District Haveli and also within the limits of Zillaparishad and Panchayat Samiti Haveli, District Pune. Flat Area – Admeasuring 655 Sq.ft i.e 60.58 Sq. Mtrs. Alongwith attached terrace 108 Sq.Ft. i.e 10.03 Sq. Mtrs. With Mechanized Puzzle Parking Space



  • Plot - Residential at

    Residential address H No Plot No 967, infront of Anganawadi Gali Shiva nagar Mathpurena  Raipur



  • Immovables at

    Plat & Machinnery Oil Nll at premises situated at Revenue Survey no 113/1 Visavadar Road Near Railway Drossing Dhari , Dist Amreli standing in the name of M/s Charbhuja Industries 

     



  • Immovables at

    Plant and machinery ( cotton Ginning & pressing at factory premises situated at revenue survey No 113 Visavadar road Near Railwayy Crossing Dhari

    District Amreli Standig in the name of M/s Shrinath Cotton Industres



  • Building - Apartment at
    A Schedule as per regd sale deed no 2897/2014 date 17.04.2014
    an extent of 1056 -79 sq yards vacant site in Rs No 298/3 with
    near D No 10-11-40/3 Nidadavole town & Mandal W.G dist
    within the following Boundaries : East:site belongs to APSRTC 
    62-7 feet south site belongs to Bayya Vazra kumar and
    abdul Rehman 145.86 feet west:Municipal Main Road 62-7 feet
    North:Same property of site belongs to APSRTC and some property 
    J Venkateswara Rao -157-74 feet in above said boundaries an extent of
    1056-79 yards on the share of no 3 us ie 792-55-1/2
    on that sold to youu an extent of 44 sq yards or its equivalent to 36-78
    meters joint unspecified undivided site and its all
    easement rights etcB Schedule in the above said A schdule site to be con
    structed in the name of sri ramanuja residency in clouding
    stilit + ground floor up to constructed basement level
     
     
     
    B Schedule in the above said A schdule site to be con
    structed in the name of sri ramanuja residency in clouding
    stilit + ground floor up to constructed basement level
     
    floor up to constructed basement level Flat No 2C (303) an extent of
    950 sq ft ( in clouding common corridor, car parkinng)
    bounded by east open to sky south open to sky west:
    open to sky north entrance common corridor
    in the above said an extent of 950 sq feet area with 
    2 bed rooms common area and with all its easement right
    etc
     

     



  • Immovables at

    All those piece and parcels to the Immovable Property bearing Revenu Survey No 292/1 & 292/1 T. P Scheme No 23, F.B. No .20, Known as “Gopaleshwar Society”, Plot No 18, admeasuring 60.20 square meteres of village: Rander, opposite- Shalby Hospita, District Surat.

    Plot area in sq mtrs 60.2

    Built up area in sq ft



  • Factory - Building at

    i) Factory land & Building, Unit-1 at Plot No.81 admeasuring 2520 Sqmtr & plot no 82 admeasuring 2800 Sqmtr, plot No1-A phase III admeasuring 2100 sqmtrs,Gondpur Industrial Area, Paonta Sahib, Dist Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh. Encumbrance known to bank: Nil



  • Factory - Building at

    ii) Factory Land & Building , Unit-II at Plot No 1to 7 admeasuring 14845 Sqmtrs, Gondpur Industrial Area, Paonta Sahib, Dist Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh. Encumbrance known to bank: Nil



  • Factory - Building at

    ii) Factory Land & Building , Unit-II at Plot No 1to 7 admeasuring 14845 Sqmtrs, Gondpur Industrial Area, Paonta Sahib, Dist Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh. Encumbrance known to bank: Nil



  • Factory - Land and Building at

    i) Land and Building including Medical Equipments, furniture and fixtures suitated at Plot No. 45,Sector 29, Dronagiri Node, Bokadvira, Uran Navi Mumbai 400705 Encumbrance known to bank: Nil



  • Factory - Land and Building at

    All that part and parcel of property consisting of piece and parcel of land measuring 5 Acres (Plot No. A-1) out of 10 Acres in the plot No. (1-9) at Mouza Nonadnaga, JI No. 10 under East Kolkata Development Projects, District of 24 Parganas (South) Kolkata – 700107 within the jurisdiction of Kolkata Municipal corporation, KMC ward No. 108 Encumbrance known to bank: Ni



  • Immovables at

    All that undivided 20.488 % undivided share and interest in all that piece and parcel of land bearing plot no. 119/A total admeasuring 234 Sq Mtrs. Being apart or portion of entire land bearing Kh No. 277,278,279 & 280 City Survey No. 1297, Sheet No. 544/95,533/93 P. h. No. 11 Mouza Zingabai Takli together with R.C.C. Structured Apartment Flat No. D-1 on 4th Floor at the apartment/ building named as /Styled as Azhaan Heights in the layout of Yogendra Nagar, Sharamik Co-Op Housing Society , Jafar Nagar, Near Blue Diamond School , within the Limit of Nagpur Improvement Trust( NIT) and Nagpur Municipal corporation (NPC), Dist and Tehsil – Nagpur. The Flat is havingbuilt up area 84.801 Sq mtrs and super built up area 145.206 Sq mtrs. The Flat stands in the names of Mr. Shahid Ahmed Jamil Ahmed Khan ( alias : Mr. Shahid Khan Jamil Mazid Khan & Mr. Vasim Ahmed Jamil Ahmed Khan. Plot No. 119/A is bounded as under : On the North by plot no.94 On the south by Road On the East by Plot No. 119/B On the west by open space



  • Immovables at

    Schedule A: Plant and Machineries including other movables, fixtures, fittings Company kept at 112-A, Saradambal Nagar, West Karumathampatti, Coimbatore-641 659 or such other places shifted from time to time.



  • Commercial Property at

    Schedule A: Plant and Machineries including other movables, fixtures, fittings Company kept at 112-A, Saradambal Nagar, West Karumathampatti, Coimbatore-641 659 or such other places shifted from time to time



  • Immovables at

    Schedule C: Item No. I: In Coimbatore Registration District, sulur Sub Registration District, palladam Taluk, Karumathampatti village, (as per patta No.231) in G.S.No.789, an extent of 15.74 acres of land (present sub division No.789/3) in this North of East west pathway situated in G.S.No.789/4, East of Share of lands belonging to Muthu gr and others , South of G.S.No. 788/3 West of North south pathway situated in G.S.No. 789/5 In the middle an extent of 11.55 acres of land out of this the acre 2.00 acres of land situated in East west on the southern side bounded and measuring: North of East west pathway situated in G.S.No.789/4 East of Share of lands belonging to Muthu Gounder and others South of The middle portion of 2.00 acres of land, West of North south pathway situated in G.S.No. 789/5

    In this middle of an extent of 2.00 acres of land (0.81.0 Ha) and In the same place in G.S.No. 789/5, East west on both sides 23 links, North south on the west 884 links North south on the East 885 links Measuring an extent of 20344 sq. Links of land and the right to use the east west pathway situated in G.S.No. 789/4, to reach the item No.1 property situated in G.S.No. 789/3 and the usual rights and other appurtenances thereto.

     

    Item No. II In Coimbatore Registration District, Sulur Sub Registration District, Palladam Taluk, Karumathampatti Village, (As per patta No.231) in G.S.No. 789, (New sub division No.789/3), the East west on the Middle bounded and measuring: North of Southern portion of 2.00 acres already given by settlement deed. East of Share of lands belonging to Muthu gr and others, South of Northern portion of 3.00acres already given by settlement deed, West of North south pathway situated in G.S.No.789/5, In this middle an extent of 2.00acres of land (0.81.0 Ha) Both items 1 and 2 totalling an extent of 4.00 acres of land and the right to use the pathway and cart track rights and other appurtenances thereto. The above properties are situated within the Karumathampatti panchayat limits.



  • Commercial Property at

    Schedule D: In Coimbatore Registration District, Sulur Sub Registration District, Palladam Taluk, Karumathampatti village, in G.S.No.789 (patta No. 231) an extent of 15.74 acres (present sub division G.S.No.789/3) bounded and measuring: North of the East west way in G.S.No.789/4, South of the lands in G.S.No.788/3, East of the lands belonging to Muthu gounder and others, West of the North south way situated in G.S.789/5, In this middle, an extent of 11.55 acres, in this the lands belonging to K.V.Thangavel as per the settlement deed bearing Registration No.5833/2008 the lands given as settlement in the Northern side out of an extent of 3.00 acres in Southern side an extent of 1.5 acres bounded and measuring: North of the lands in G.S.No.789/3, in middle measuring an extent of 2.00 acres. South of The remaining lands belonging to K.V.Thangavel East of the lands belonging to Muthu Gr and others. West of The North South way in G.S.No.789/5, In this middle, in East west an extent of 1.5 acres (one acre and fifty cents) of land and the right to using North west common way right of using the vehicles, pathway and other appurtenances thereto. The property is situated within the Karumathamapatti town panchayat



  • Land - Residential at

    Item No: 1 In Tirupur registration district, Udumalpet Sub Registration district, in Udumalpet Taluk, Kanakkampalayam Village, in SF No: 209 an extent of 6.63 acres in this one portion measuring 0.72 acres converted into a layout of housing sites called Kumaran Nagar Extension approved in file No: 3068/2008 Go. Ma.3, Ma.Va/ (Go.Ma) No: 99/2009 in this site No: 1 with the following boundaries; South 40 feet width east west municipality road North House site No: 2 West T.S. No: 12/ 2A3 East 30 feet width North South Layout road In between these measuring 60 feet east west on the North 53’0” feet east westly from west then proceeds 10’0” feet towards east crossly 41’9” feet north south on the west 56’0” feet starting from north to west on the eastern side and proceeds 5’0” feet crossly Totally comprising 3060 Square feet or 7.02 cents vacant site with all common rights of way



  • Land - Residential at

    Item No: 1 In Tirupur registration district, Udumalpet Sub Registration district, in Udumalpet Taluk, Kanakkampalayam Village, in SF No: 209 an extent of 6.63 acres in this one portion measuring 0.72 acres converted into a layout of housing sites called Kumaran Nagar Extension approved in file No: 3068/2008 Go. Ma.3, Ma.Va/ (Go.Ma) No: 99/2009 in this site No: 1 with the following boundaries; South 40 feet width east west municipality road North House site No: 2 West T.S. No: 12/ 2A3 East 30 feet width North South Layout road In between these measuring 60 feet east west on the North 53’0” feet east westly from west then proceeds 10’0” feet towards east crossly 41’9” feet north south on the west 56’0” feet starting from north to west on the eastern side and proceeds 5’0” feet crossly Totally comprising 3060 Square feet or 7.02 cents vacant site with all common rights of way



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    Schedule A : Item – 1 : All that piece and parcel of vacant land situated at Vilankurichi village, Coimbatore North Taluk, Coimbatore District, Comprised in Survey No. 83/2 as per present Sub Division S.F.Nos. 83/2A, 83/2B measuring an extent of 0.68 acres (or) 68 Cents (28968 sq. Ft) out of 2.32 acres of land and being bounded on the, North By Survey No. 83/1 & 30feet East west road in SF No. 83/2 South by Survey No. 89 East by Survey No.83/3B West by Lands in Saravanampatti village limit Admeasuring a total extent of 68 cents situated within the Sub Registration District of Ganapathy and Registration District of Coimbatore. In this,



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    ITEM NO-I: In Tiruppur Registration District, Palladam Sub Registration District, Palladam Taluk, within the limits of Palladam Panchayat Union,in Kodangipalayam Village Panchayat limits,in Kodangipalayam Village,in SF No 153 an extent of 8.76 Acres assessed at Rs 7.12 in this an extent of 1.60 Acres situated within the following boundaries:North of the land of Nataraj and Kochin-Karur petrol pipeline:East of S.F.No 155:South of land of Chinniya Gounder and others:West of Perumagoundenpalayam South North road: in this a specific extent of 8730 Square feet situated within the following boundaries:- East and North of the lands retained by S.Venkatachalapathy and K.Perumal, South of the lands of Chinniya Gounder and others and West of the South North Road, measuring south north 60 feet on both sides, east west 148.5 Feet on the northern side and east west 142.5 Feet on the southern side making the above extent 8730 Square Feet along with residential and AC sheet building constructed thereon with all easementary rights and all appurtenances attached thereto.

    The property is situated in present sub division S.F.No 153/1A.



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    Details of Properties: SCHEDULE—A: ITEM NO-1: In Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub- Regn. District, Coimbatore Regn. District (Within Moppiripalayam Special Panchayat Limits) in Survey No: G. S. No. 320/1A an extent of 1.59 acres ( As per Patta 1.63 acres ) of dry land with the right of access through the north South Common Vehicle Path in G.S.No:306/4E from the east west road leading to the thanneer panthal bounded as follows: South of land in G.S.No:321, West of land in G.S.No:320/1B, North of land in G.S.No:308/3C and East of the north south common path in G.S.No:306/4E ITEM NO-2: In Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn District, Coimbatore Regn. District. The property is within the Moppiripalayam Panchayat Union in Survey No: G.S.No.310/1 to an extent of 1.78 acres of a dry land and the ACC sheet roofed machinery Hall constructed as per approved building plan dated 02.08.2006 bounded as follows

    South of land belonging to you in G.S.No.308, West of land belonging to you in G.S.No.311, North of 30 cents of land belonging to Arumuga Gounder and others proposed to be purchased by you in G.S.No.310/1, East of the rest of land belonging to the vendors. ITEM NO-3: In G.S.No.311 survey land Measuring 7.65 acres, in this, on the middle and within the specified boundaries at Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn. District, Coimbatore Regn.District in Survey No: G.S.No.311. (present Sub division Survey No.311/2) to an extent of 1.98 acres of land bounded as follows: North of land in G.S.No.311/3, East of lands in G.S.No.310 and 308, South of land previously held by Th. Nanjappa Gounder now sold to the present owners, West of lands in G.S.No.312 and 313/3

    ITEM NO-4: In Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn District, Coimbatore Regn. District. The property is within the Moppiripalayam Panchayat Union Survey No: G.S.No.311/1 to an extent of 2.06 acres of a dry land with usual path way and other easementary rights bounded as follows:. South of land in G.S.No.320, West of land in G.S.No.313 and the share in the said land, North of land in G.S.No.311/2 and the share in the said land, East of land in G.S.No.308.

    ITEM NO-5: In Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn District, Coimbatore Regn. District. The property is within the Moppiripalayam Panchayat Union.in Survey No: G.S.No.311/3 to an extent of 1.82 acres of a dry land with usual path way and other easementary rights. Bounded as follows: West of land belonging to Th.Shanmugam in G.S.No.312, South of land belonging to Th.Shanmugam in G.S.No.311/2, North of land in G.S.No.311/4, East of land belonging to late Th.R.Subramaniam in G.S.No.310

    ITEM NO-6: In Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn. District, Coimbatore Regn. District (Within Moppiripalayam Special Panchayat Limits). In Survey No: G.S.No.308/3.to an extent of 0.79 acres of dry land with usual rights of access bounded as follows: South of periya Chinniya Goundar’s share, East of land sold by Marakkal, North of Ramanna Goundar’s land in G.S.No: 310 Goundar and, West of land in G.S.No:311

    ITEM NO-7: In Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn. District, Coimbatore Regn. District (Within Moppiripalayam Special Panchayat Limits) in Survey No: G.S.No.308/3. To an extent of 0.80 acres of dry land with usual rights of access bounded as follows: South of land in G.S.No:320, East of land sold by Marakkal

    North of land that belonged to Karuppa Goundar, now sold and, West of land in G.S.No:311. ITEM NO-8: In Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn. District, Coimbatore Regn. District (Within Moppiripalayam Special Panchayat Limits) in Survey No: G.S.No.308/3.to an extent of 0.80 acres of dry land with usual rights of access bounded as follows: South of land that belonged to Chinna Chinniya Goundar, now sold, East of land sold by Marakkal, North of land that belonged to periya Chinniya Goundar, now sold and, West of land in G.S.No:311. ITEM NO-9: In Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn. District, Coimbatore Regn. District (Within Moppiripalayam Special Panchayat Limits).in Survey No: G.S.No.308/3. To an extent 0.80 acres of dry land with usual rights of access bounded as follows:

    North of land belonging to Muthu Goundar, East of land sold by Marakkal, South of Karuppa Goundar’s share and, West of land in g.S.No:311. ITEM NO-10: In G.S.No.319/1 on the Western side, in Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn. District, Coimbatore Regn District in .Survey No: G.S.No.319/1 to an extent of 0.24 ½ acres of land bounded as follows: South of east west road in G.S.No.323, West of remaining land belonging to the vendor in G.S.No.319/1, North of lands sold in G.S.No.313/1, East of lands in G.S.No.323 and 321. ITEM NO-11: In G.S.No.313/1A and 1B within the boundaries specified in Moppiripalayam Village, Palladam Taluk, Annur Sub-Regn, District, Coimbatore Regn.District in Survey No: G.S.No.313/1A and 1B. to an extent of 0.21 acres of land bounded as follows: West of remaining, lands belonging to the vendor, North of land belonging to Th.Shanmugam in G.S.No.313/3, East of land in G.S.No.320 and the land belonging to the present owner in G.S.No.311, South of land belonging to the present owner in G.S.No.319/1. Totalling to 12.915 acres of land including 60,000 sq. ft of factory land and building constructed thereon



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    Plot no. 170, 6th floor admeasuring 8900 sq ft Built up area*, , Indore Central Mall, R N T Marg, Indore. In the name of M/s Aloha Hospitals Pvt Ltd.



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    All that part and parcel of the property consisting of leased factory land and building including machineries at plot No. 107 to 110, Revenue Survey No.171/p of village Gundalav, Old GIDC – Valsad Industrial Estate, Gundalav ,Gujarat . PIN – 396035



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    Machineries installed in the said factory premises Lot 2

    All that part and parcel of the property consisting of leased factory land and building including machineries at plot No. 107 to 110, Revenue Survey No.171/p of village Gundalav, Old GIDC – Valsad Industrial Estate, Gundalav ,Gujarat . PIN – 396035



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    All that part and parcel of Gala No. 101, Ist floor, Bldg No. E , Block No. B-3,Krishna Industrial Estate, Survey no.906/1/2 of village Amli, Amli road, Near 66 NVA power station, Union Territory of Dadra & nagar Haveli Silvassa-396230, admeasuring about 1441.82 sqft (Super built up area)



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    All that part and parcel of Gala No. 103, Ist floor, Bldg No. E , Block No. B3,Krishna Industrial Estate, Survey no.906/1/2 of village Amli, Amli road, Near 66 NVA power station, Union Territory of Dadra & nagar Haveli Silvassa-396230, admeasuring about 961.25 sqft (Super built up area)

    Lot 2



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    Plinth nos. 1 Building No. D/5, Grampanchayat House No. 222/1 and 2 in “Om Harihar Complex”, Sy No 31 & Hissa No 6/B/1,situated at Om Harihar Ware Housing, opposite Vadghar Bus stop, near Kharbao Railway Station, village Vadghar, Tal. Bhiwandi, Dist. Thane - 421 302. admeasuring about 3125 sqft



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    Flat No 801 on the 8th floor ad measuring 1800 sq ft built area in the building known as adobe Height at shardhananD road vile parle (e) Mumbai 400057

    Encumbrance known to Bank Nil 



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    M/s Shiv Sagar Industrial Premises Co op Soc Ltd Unit No 313 3 rd floor Kotkar Road Of Vishweshwa r Road Goregaon East Mumbai 400063 Area : Carpet – 380 Sq Ft Encumbranc e known to Bank: Nil

    Residential Flat No. 206, 2nd Floor, ‘A, Wing, Shree Arjuneshwar i Co-Op, Housing Society Ltd., Near LPG Pump, Bhiwandi Kalyan Road, Temghar, Bhiwandi – 421 302 Area : Builtup – 1074 Sq Ft Carpet – 750 Sq Ft Encumbranc e known to Bank: Nil



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    M/s Shiv Sagar Industrial Premises Co op Soc Ltd Unit No 313 3 rd floor Kotkar Road Of Vishweshwa r Road Goregaon East Mumbai 400063 Area : Carpet – 380 Sq Ft Encumbranc e known to Bank: Nil

    Residential Flat No. 206, 2nd Floor, ‘A, Wing, Shree Arjuneshwar i Co-Op, Housing Society Ltd., Near LPG Pump, Bhiwandi Kalyan Road, Temghar, Bhiwandi – 421 302 Area : Builtup – 1074 Sq Ft Carpet – 750 Sq Ft Encumbranc e known to Bank: Nil



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    Residential Flat No. 206, 2nd Floor, ‘A, Wing, Shree Arjuneshwar i Co-Op, Housing Society Ltd., Near LPG Pump, Bhiwandi Kalyan Road, Temghar, Bhiwandi – 421 302 Area : Builtup – 1074 Sq Ft Carpet – 750 Sq Ft Encumbranc e known to Bank: Nil



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    Residential Flat No 202, 2 nd Floor, in the building known as “Draupati” Co-op. Hsg. Soc. Ltd., Block No A/704, 1411 & 1412, Sahayadri Nagar, Hira Puri Chowk, Ulhasnagar – 421005. Area : Carpet – 415 Sq Ft Encumbranc e known to Bank: Nil



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    Flat No. 101 on the 1st floor, in the Building known as 'Lakshmi Palace' Block No. Cl, Plot No. 413/1 (part), Sheet No. 48, Opp : Shanti Prabhat Garden, Master J. Dusseja Road, Ulhasnagar - 421005, Taluka Ulhasnagar, Dist. Thane. Area : 1273 Sq Ft (Super Built-up) Encumbranc e known to Bank: Nil



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