The Bombay High Court on Monday granted four weeks time to Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut to apply for regularisation of portions on her residential property at Khar, Mumbai which was declared as unauthorised by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). (Kangana Ranaut v. Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai).Senior Advocate Birendra Saraf appearing for Kangana Ranaut offered that she will withdraw her suit from the Mumbai City Civil Court at Dindoshi within 4 days. The statement was recorded by Justice PK Chavan who was hearing the case. .Ranaut had approached the Bombay High Court in appeal against an order of the lower court dismissing a notice of motion filed in a suit challenging BMC's notice in connection with alleged unauthorised construction on her property. .During the previous hearing, the Court had granted time Ranaut to inform the Court whether or not she was willing to apply for regularisation of her residential property which was declared to be unauthorised by the BMC..Kangana Ranaut to respond on regularisation of unauthorised structures, Bombay High Court extends interim protection.Saraf requested the Court to grant him 6 weeks of protection so that Ranaut can apply for regularisation. He also requested for specific protection till the regularisation application is decided.."Milords this is a question of co-ordination, at least 4 weeks may be granted. I may also be protected from any coercive action till application is filed and considered by BMC. But I may be protected till application is decided and some time after that. I do want them to come and demolish my structure tomorrow," he said..Senior Advocate Aspi Chinoy, appearing for BMC, opposed this request. He submitted that the Court ought to only direct the authorities to decide the application expeditiously and in accordance with law, similar to the order passed in the matter of Sonu Sood by the Supreme Court..When Saraf stated that Sood's matter was different as his application was already pending, Chinoy replied that the once the application is filed by Ranaut, the authority will not take any action till the application is decided..After Saraf pressed for protection in the event an adverse order is passed by BMC, Justice Chavan granted her protection of two weeks if an adverse order is passed by BMC in Ranaut's regularisation application.