Supreme Court holds West Bengal Govt company to be in unlawful possession of property for 22 years; retd High Court judge to decide compensation

A Bench of Justices Rohinton Fali Nariman and BR Gavai termed it "very disturbing" after it noted that West Bengal Mineral Development and Trading Corporation was enjoying unlawful possession of the property since 1998
Justice Rohinton Nariman and Justice BR Gavai
Justice Rohinton Nariman and Justice BR Gavai

The Supreme Court on Monday took a very grim view of a West Bengal government body retaining unlawful possession of a property in Kolkata for the last 22 years without "paying a single pice towards compensation" (Punalur Paper Mills Limited v. West Bengal Mineral Development and Trading Corporation).

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