1. Exemption allowed subject to all just exceptions.
2. The application stands disposed of.
1. The appellants have challenged the judgment and decree dated
02.06.2014 passed by the Trial Court in Suit No.107/2014 whereby
the relief sought by the appellants/plaintiffs was rejected as also
against the judgment dated 04.02.2016 passed by the First Appellate
Court in RCA No.23/2014 whereby the judgment of the Trial Court
was upheld and affirmed.
2. The appellants/plaintiffs sought injunction against the
respondents/defendants from obstructing in the peaceful enjoyment of
the property bearing No.36/72, Punjabi West, New Delhi as also from
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dispossessing them without the process of law. Mandatory injunction
was also sought seeking direction to the respondents/defendants for
restoring electric supply in the suit premises which comprised one
room set in the main house. The appellants and the respondents are
related to each other and respondent/defendant No.1 is the father-in-
law of appellant No.1 and respondent/defendant Nos.2 & 3 are her
brother-in-law and sister-in-law respectively.
Source: Indian Kanoon