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Delhi High Court vacates stay on NRS

26-March-2004
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Delhi High Court vacates stay on NRS

Delhi High Court yesterday vacated stay on NRS 2003. As per the sources close to the situation the data can now be used. However, they state that there is a twist in the tale and a complete copy of the judgement is eagerly awaited.

Just to refresh the memory here is a brief sum up of the story so far. Incidentally, the fate of other cases is yet awaited.

The case we are talking about here is the one that the Supreme Court had referred to Delhi High Court on January 12, 2004. The case was heard in Delhi High Court on January 19 and 20. However, as the argument could not be completed in those two days, hearing was concluded on 3rd and 4th February and since the judgment was awaited.

Going a little back on this case, On December 22, 2003, the Delhi High Court had directed NRSC not to release NRS 2003 till further notification. Feedback Communications had filed a writ petition against the directive in the Supreme Court. The petition came up for hearing on January 12, 2004. The Supreme Court had then sent the case back to the divisional branch of Delhi High Court hoping and expecting a speedy judgement or directive on the case.

Watch this space for the complete story.

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