Deviation/violation of Rule 9(3) of Security interest enforcement rule 2002 Deviation/violation of Rule 9(3) of Security interest enforcement rule 2002

In e-auction bank had deviated/violated the Rule 9(3) of security interest enforcement rules 2002. I hv no connection with auction property. But after collecting information under RTI, fault in e-auction by bank was noticed. I hv beeb advised to challenge this high court. Being public common cause what wil b fee for filing case in high court of delhi

Anurag Bhatt

Responded 3 years ago

A.You may contact us directly via phone for further clarity.
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Allahabad High Court
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Deepak Yashwantrao Bade

Responded 4 years ago

A.dear client kindly file PIL.
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Rajender Prasad

Responded 4 years ago

A.the facts given by you are not clear. contact a local lawyer from Vidhikarya
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Sk Soni

Replied 4 years ago

Rule 9(3) of Security interest enforcement rules 2002 states that 25% of bid inclusive of EMD if any shall be deposited on the same day or by Next working day. In instant case eauction was conducted by IOB on 15/5/18. EMD of 10% was paid on 14/5/18 but rest 15% to make 25% was deposited/collected by bank on 17/5/18 after two days in contravention of Statute. Rule 9(3) also state that on failure to deposit 25% within prescribed timelimit auction shall be held again. Here bank had acted as property dealer and went ahead in eauction after violating the Rule 9(3).
Hope now u understand the issue clearly.

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ROBERT D ROZARIO

Responded 4 years ago

A.go for PIL instead of WP
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Anurag Bhatt

Responded 4 years ago

A.Dear client in that case you should approach High Court violations of natural justice under article 226 of the Constitution of the India as per fees is concern it varies and depend the experience of an Advocate.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 4 years ago

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A.Dear Sir,
You can even claim compensation and even approach Banking Ombudsman.
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Shanti Ranjan Behera

Responded 4 years ago

A.Dear Mr. Soni,
There are two points to be noted.
1. The fees to the paid in the form of stamp duty/or cash deposit is nominal.
2.The fees charged by the Advocate varies from person to person depending upon the expertise,image,integrity,PR , and so many things.There is no standard fees structure like a product( e.g. Shes from Bata).
Better to ask 2.3 Advocates so that you know the average .Alternatively get in touch with Vidhikarya.com who will do the job for you through their panel of Advocates if you so desire.
Shanti Ranjan Behera,
Advocate
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Rameshwar Dadhe

Responded 4 years ago

A.If it is true then u can file pIL in high court. Only against the government bank
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Sk Soni

Replied 3 years ago

Can u provide ur mobile no for further clarity

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Replied 3 years ago

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