Kangana Ranaut files caveat in Supreme Court in matter regarding BMC’s demolition of her Bandra property – Times of India
Kangana Ranaut files caveat in Supreme Court, requesting that no order be passed without hearing her in case Briha… https://t.co/jclTvzVAxD
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Last week, the Bombay High Court set aside the demolition order passed on September 9 by the BMC and held that the demolition action “was actuated by mala fides.’’ The purpose of using section 354A of the BMC Act (meant for ongoing illegal construction) was “more sinister” and “mainly to prevent from taking legal recourse for… preventive action,’’ held the HC.
In the judgment pronounced by Justices S J Kathawalla and Riyaz Chagla, it was held that since demolition was unlawful, Kangana was allowed compensation. HC will also be appointing valuers to assess damage and decide on the compensation.