In one case, over a 100 home buyers had filed an application against Pyramid Infratech for not passing on the Input Tax Credit (ITC) of the GST paid on construction services. The National Anti-profiteering Authority (NAA) directed the company to refund or reduce Rs 8.22 crore from the buyers’ last installment along with 18% interest per annum to be calculated from the date of the receipt of the excess amount from each buyer. The builder has since moved Delhi High Court.
Author: Legal Advice Guru
Query: I filed civil suit for permanent injunction to restrain defendants from interfering into my peaceful possession of shop question taken on rent from defendant. I moved an application under Order 39 Rule 1 and 2 CPC wherein trial court directed parties to maintain status quo regarding possession of shop. During pendency of suit, defendant installed a lock on the shutter of my shop in violation of status quo order. Can I get police help in getting my possession restored back in view of the order of status quo.