The Godhra (Gujarat) municipality filed an offence against the builder and the architect of the building under construction that had collapsed in Bhuravav area of town killing a girl and her mother. The municipality has alleged that the building was being constructed in violation of the plans that were passed and its construction too was of inferior quality. The authorities had sent samples to Gujarat Engineering Research Institute for analysis.
The FIR, lodged at Godhra (A Division police station) by the chief executive officer, Nitin Bodat, of Godhra municipality, states that Sanjay Kalvani was constructing the building with Sanjay Doshi as its architect. Mr Bodat has stated that Mr Doshi had put up the plans of the building for construction and it was his responsibility to ensure that construction was as per plans and soil conditions.
A landlady’s family cannot be asked to live separately while her tenant is occupying the rented premises, the Bombay High Court has ruled. Setting to rest a 20-year-old legal dispute between a Thane resident and her tenants, Justice BR Gavai asked the latter to move out. “A tenant or the court can’t dictate to a landlord on what is bona fide and reasonable need... landlord is the best judge of his requirements,” said the judge.
Sudha Barve had rented her flat on the ground floor of Thane’s Shrikripa Building, to Ramesh Padhye in 1974. Ms Barve moved the court seeking his eviction due to non-payment of rent. Also, a crèche was run illegally from the flat and alterations were made to the flat without permission. Ms Barve also said she stayed in a 300-sq-ft flat and needed the place for her family comprising her divorced daughter, son, his wife and their two children. During the case, Ms Barve died. The HC said even after her death, “it cannot be said the space would be enough for the family... consisting of her daughter, son, daughter in law and two children.”
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