Executing Court Cannot Dismiss Execution Petition by Treating Decree to Be Inexecutable Merely on the Basis That Decree-Holder Has Lost Possession to a Third Party/Encroacher: SC

Recently, the Supreme Court stated that executing Court cannot dismiss execution petition by treating decree to be inexecutable merely on the basis that decree-holder has lost possession to a third party/encroacher. The bench of Justices B.V. Nagarathna and Prashant Kumar Mishra was dealing with the appeal challenging the judgment and orders passed by the High

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