In a significant development, the Assam Real Estate Appellate Tribunal has announced the next steps in the ongoing case of Sagar Saikia vs. Babita Patowary and others. The case, numbered as REAT/ASSAM/APPEAL NO. 03 of 2023, has captured attention due to its implications in the real estate sector.
With the recent hearing held on May 23, 2023, the tribunal, chaired by Hon'ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) Manojit Bhuyan, has decided on the subsequent course of action. This article aims to provide an in-depth analysis of the case, highlighting the parties involved, the arguments presented, and the implications of the tribunal's decision.
The case revolves around a dispute between Sagar Saikia, the appellant, and Ms. Babita Patowary and others, the respondents. The specifics of the dispute, such as the nature of the property and the conflicting claims, are yet to be revealed. However, the case holds significant importance in the real estate sector of Assam, prompting its hearing in the Assam Real Estate Appellate Tribunal.
On May 23, 2023, the tribunal heard the arguments presented by both parties' counsels. Representing the appellant, Sagar Saikia, were Mr. Rakesh Mour, Mr. Ajay Sarma, and Ms. Daijy Barman, who put forth their case before the tribunal. On the other hand, the respondents were represented by Mr. S.K. Talukdar (Respondent No. 1) and Mr. Rupjit De (Respondent Nos. 2 and 3).
Deliberations and Decision
After carefully considering the arguments from both sides, the tribunal decided to schedule the next hearing for June 2, 2023. This decision was reached based on the agreement of the counsels representing the appellant and respondents. The specific reasons leading to this decision were not disclosed in the order. However, it can be inferred that the tribunal requires additional time to review the presented arguments and evidence before proceeding further.
Significance and Implications
The case of Sagar Saikia vs. Babita Patowary and others carries substantial implications for the real estate sector in Assam. While the precise details of the dispute remain undisclosed, it is expected that the tribunal's decision will have far-reaching consequences. The ruling could establish important precedents regarding property rights, ownership claims, or other legal aspects related to real estate in the state. As such, stakeholders and industry professionals eagerly await the tribunal's final judgment.
The Assam Real Estate Appellate Tribunal has taken a crucial step forward in the Sagar Saikia vs. Babita Patowary case, scheduling the next hearing for June 2, 2023. The tribunal's decision to allow more time for reviewing the arguments presented indicates the complexity and significance of the case. As the proceedings unfold, the real estate sector in Assam remains attentive to the tribunal's final judgment, which is expected to shape future legal considerations within the industry.
Note: The information provided in this article about Assam Real Estate Regulatory Authority (ASSAM RERA) is for informational purposes only. It is not intended as legal or professional advice and readers should consult qualified professionals for advice specific to their circumstances. The information provided in this article is based on the APPEAL No. 03 of 2023 before the Assam Real Estate Regulatory Authority
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