Anup Mittal (Huf) vs M/S. Kanungo Co-Operative Group … on 27 January, 2016

1. Perceptions that a person’s prosperity are relateable to his address and
the vehicle he drives, has led to this paradox of people effecting property
and vehicle acquisitions way beyond their real needs. The instant case
manifests the mindless assertion of non-existent entitlements to
accommodate such acquisitions despite the same being contrary to law, it
adversely impacting constitutional rights of others, and resulting in
environmental degradation. Perhaps illustrating the words of Mahatma
Gandhi when he said :
“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not
every man’s greed.”
2. The petitioner challenges the order dated 20th April, 2015 passed by
the Delhi Cooperative Tribunal in Appeal No. 72/2014/DCT. By this order,
the Tribunal set aside the Award dated 4th March, 2014 passed by the
Arbitrator under Section 71 of the Delhi Cooperative Societies Act, 2003
(the ‘Act’ hereafter) whereby the claim of the petitioner herein had been

Source: Indian Kanoon

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