Connaught Circus' Sarvana Bhawan asked to vacate place
The Delhi High Court asked Sarvana Bhawan - a popular south Indian restaurant in Connaught Circus - to vacate the premises as their lease agreement expired in September last year.india Updated: Feb 17, 2009 23:23 IST
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked Sarvana Bhawan - a popular south Indian restaurant in Connaught Circus - to vacate the premises as their lease agreement expired in September last year.
Justice SN Dhingra allowed the plea of Subhash Chander Gupta, the owner of P-15 premises in Connaught Circus, for possession of his property after the Thanigai Murugan Restaurant (Pvt) Ltd, which runs the chain of Sarvana Bhawan restaurants, failed to come to an agreement with Gupta on the rent for the premises.
Due to the disagreement, the lease deed for the premises could not be renewed since September last year.
The lease was signed in December 2004 between the parties for five years, which expired September 30, 2008 last year. Thereafter, the parties could not arrive at an agreement and no lease was executed and registered.
First Published: Feb 17, 2009 21:31 IST