1. Purvam Patel
  2. Real Estate & Property Law
  3. Wednesday, October 11 2017, 10:52 PM
  4.  Subscribe via email
There are many ongoing projects of awas yojana in Gujarat. The form distribution process was conducted in certain time limit which as of today is closed.The form distribution process was that any person can get its form from Kotak Bank after paying Rs.300. After opening the form in terms and conditions you come to know that the person applying is eligible to take part in draw if his income is below certain level and he does not have his own house in Gujarat. There are many other terms and conditions. If the application is approved then the person is eligible to take part in draw. If the person wins in draw he has to pay the desired amount in intervals. Here my question is "Is it a Fair practise" according to the law because the person is not assured to get anything in return. If he loses in draw his Rs.300 are gone and nothing is returned to him in return. So why this practise can be considered to be fair?
There are no comments made yet.
Accepted Answer
PS Dhingra Accepted Answer
So, what is your own suggestion, if the practice is not fair merely because a person loses Rs.300/-, being the cost of the application form? You have probably forgotten that the cost is supposed to be for the brochure with details of the scheme and terms & conditions,. not merely the form.

If you some solid proof of unfair paractices, you may file a PIL, if not, but have some suggestions for improvement, you may propose the desired amendment in their scheme.
Please CLICK on Link 'ACCEPT AS ANSWER' if you like my response

*P S DHINGRA*, with 47 years of practical experience, is the renowned name in providing the Best Practical Solutions for Your Complicated Problems pertaining to:
>> Departmental Inquiry Cases (Defense Counsel? Defense Assistant)
>> Annual Performance Appraisal Report (APAR) Matters
>> Promotion in Service Matters
>> Pension/ Gratuity/ PF Matters
>> Arbitration Cases
>> Alternative Dispute Redressal Help
>> Marriage Disputes/Mediation (Dowry/ Domestic Violence)
>> Property Disputes
>> Cheque Dishonour matters
For Best Possible Practical Solution, always opt for Premium Consultancy by writing at: 1962dcg@gmail.com

There are no comments made yet.

There are no replies made for this post yet.
However, you are not allowed to reply to this post.