Shri Mukesh Kapil vs Shri Parag P Tripathi & Ors. on 1 September, 2016

2. By and under a perpetual lease executed by the Governor General
Council on April 04, 1939 land ad-measuring 212 sq.yards bearing municipal
No.14, Bazar Lane, Babar Road, New Delhi was demised in perpetuity in the
name of late Darshan Lal Kapil, the predecessor-in-interest of the appellant in
the three appeals. He constructed a building thereon and after a few years
desired redevelopment thereof. On February, 1992 he entered into an
Agreement with Ranjit Towers India Pvt. Ltd., impleaded as respondent No.3
in the three appeals.
3. It is a typical collaboration arrangement. Respondent No.3 undertook
to demolish the existing construction and re-build a building thereon incurring
expenses and additionally pay money to the owner of the land and in lieu
thereof a share in the reconstructed building being its. In the instant case, the
agreement dated February 17, 1992 required a basement, a ground floor, a
first floor and a second floor to be constructed and additionally `15,00,000/-
(Rupees Fifteen Lacs only) to be paid to late Darshan Lal Kapil. As per the
agreement the ground floor was to belong to late Darshan Lal Kapil and the

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remaining floors were to belong to respondent No.3. The terrace rights were
to vest with late Darshan Lal Kapil.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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