Jai Balaji Security Services … vs A.P.F.C.Delhi (North) on 16 December, 2015

CM No.29072/2015 in LPA No.868/2015
For the reasons stated in the application delay of 24 days in filing the
appeal is condoned.
LPA Nos.880/2015, 762/2015, 848/2015 & 868/2015
1. The above captioned four appeals are being disposed of by a
composite order because a common question of law arises for consideration
in the appeals. The appellants of LPA No.880/2015 had challenged an order
passed under Section 14-B and Section 7-Q of the Employees Provident
Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 (hereinafter referred to as the
Act) before the Employees Provident Fund Appellate Tribunal. The order
levied damages for late deposit of the provident fund dues and raised a
demand towards interest. On an application filed for stay of the impugned
demand, vide order dated September 21, 2015 the Appellate Tribunal
directed that not more than 50% of the amount can be recovered. Said order
was challenged by way of a writ petition which has been dismissed vide
impugned order dated October 15, 2015.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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