HC allows Shirole heirs to become party to civil suit
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Case against DES is pending in small causes court
The Bombay High Court recently allowed six legal heirs of four deceased members of the Shiroles - the family's civil suit seeking possession of Fergusson College land is pending in the small causes court in Pune- to become party to the original civil suit pending in the Pune small causes court.
The lower court had earlier allowed heirs of three deceased to become party, while rejecting the application of the legal heirs of four others. They had moved the HC against rejection of their application.
The case dates back to 1992, when 25 members of the Shirole family filed the civil suit against DES seeking the said land. After seven of the 25 members expired, their legal heirs had independently filed for inclusion in the suit as party.
Earlier this month, justice Ranjit More of the HC disposed of the writ petitions and allowed Indrajeet Shirole (heir of deceased Chandrasen Dinkarrao Shirole), Pravinsingh and Vijaymala Shirole (heirs of deceased Dhairyasheel Dinkarrao Shirole), Rajkumar and Amar Shirole (heirs of deceased Pandurangrao Aburao Shirole) and Tarabai Shirole (heir of deceased Vasantrao Aburao Shirole) to become party to the original suit.
When the DES requested the court to stay this order for four weeks to be able to appeal against it, the court stayed it till December 3. Advocate A A Kumbhakoni representing the DES said on Monday they were yet to appeal against the order.
Advocate V A Thorat representing the Shirole family argued that 'the suit against tenants can be filed by one of the co-owners unless there is a dispute between co-owners. Death of one of the co-owners will not result in abatement of the suit.'
Advocate Kumbhakoni requested that the applications be rejected arguing that the applications were filed seeking condonation of delay caused in bringing legal heirs on record of the deceased plaintiffs. The minimum delay caused is of about 3.5 years and the maximum 17 years.
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