Kulbir Singh Chandhok & Anr vs Amardeep Singh Chandhok & Ors on 10 May, 2016

1. This is a classic case of greed over-shadowing relationship.
One brother (the appellant No. 1) is trying to take the advantage of his
situation and deprive the other brothers and their family of their rights
to the property left behind by their father. Attempts are being made to

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prolong litigation by one means or the other. Not only is the brother
attempting to prolong litigation himself but is also using his son to do
so. Attempts have been made not only by way of vague and false
averments made in applications but also by resiling from statements
recorded before this Court.

2. The appeal impugns order dated 15.07.2015, which order was
passed in furtherance to order dated 29.05.2015, whereby it was
directed that the appellants and their family members shall not
obstruct the children of the family/extended family residing in
different portions of the suit premises from visiting/playing in the
garden in the front portion of the suit premises and it was further
directed that the locks pose an obstruction to free access to children to
the garden at any time that they may desire to play and directs
removal of locks on the gate to the garden and in the case of
requirement of putting the lock on the gate, keys to be shared with the
other parties.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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