|Publish list of residential
premises misusers: SC
Thursday, February 16, 2006
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday directed the MCD to publish within ten days in newspapers the list of residential premises used for commercial purposes in the national capital in violation of the rules in the national capital.
A Bench headed by Chief Justice Y K Sabharwal directed the owners of such premises to stop the misuse of the residential premises within 30 days of the publication of the list of major violators.
The court said the owners will have to file the affidavit within 30 days with MCD Commissioner that they have stopped the misuse of the premises.
The Court made it clear that
the sealing of the premises will begin after the expiry of the publication
of the list.
The Bench also clarified that its order is limited only to the misusers of the residential complex and MCD will have to take action first in the areas where there has been major violations of the rules.
The Court left the small shops for the time-being. It said that if any tampering is done with the ceiling of the premises, appropriate action will be taken against the violators.
Court directed the MCD Commissioner to file in two weeks on the action taken by the corporation.
The Supreme Court on Thursday directed the MCD to publish the list of residential premises used for commercial purposes in violation of the rules in Delhi.
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