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Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945
Rule 65-A - the respondents not satisfied with the petitioner having any valid right over the premises, refused to renew the licence-Constitution of India, 1950 - Article 226 - petition under - for issuance of a Writ o Certiorarified Mandamus
Rule 65-A - the respondents not satisfied with the petitioner having any valid right over the premises, refused to renew the licence-Constitution of India, 1950 - Article 226 - petition under - for issuance of a Writ o Certiorarified Mandamus
The petitioner has not proved that he has filed documentary evidence of his legal occupation of the premises - petition dismissed - The respondents not satisfied with the petitioner having any valid right over the premises, refused to renew the licence - the landlord of the said premises has already initiated eviction proceedings against the petitioner which was ordered in his favour - petitioner not confirmed whether the appeal against the eviction order been disposed of and ended in his favour or not - the petitioner has not proved that he has filed documentary evidence of his legal occupation of the premises - petition dismissed - no costs.
R. Jayasankar vs. The Assistant Commissioner & another, Madras High Court, 2010 (1) Drugs Cases (DC) 352

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