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AP High Court grants Stays on Audit by CAG of private Company

 

AP High Court grants Stays on Audit by CAG of private Company

PRAYER – to issue a writ order or direction more particularly one nature of Writ of Mandamus declaring the impugned letter dated 09.07.2013 of the 3rd respondent proposing the visit of the officers of the 1st respondent to petitioner premises is highly illegal, improper, unjust, arbitrary, violation of principles of natural justice and violation of fundamental rights and to pass.

HIGH COURT OF ANDHRA PRADESH AT HYDERABAD

WPMP.NO:26799 of  2013

IN

WP.NO:21872 of   2013

M/s. Aditya Housing & Infrastructure Development Company Pvt Ltd

V/s.

1   The Comptroller & Auditor General of India, New Delhi
2   The Accountant General (Commercial and Receipt Audit), Saifabad, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.
3   The Assistant Audit Officer, RACE (Head Quarters) O/o.the Accountant      General (C&RA), Saifabad, Hyderabad

 STAY ORDER

 

Petition under Section 151 of C.P.C. praying that in the circumstances stated in the affidavit filed in the W.P. the High Court may be pleased to direct the respondents to order the officers under their control not visit the premises of the petitioner or demand production of records, pending disposal of WP No. 21872 of   2013 on the file of the High Court.

The Court, while directing issue of notice to the Respondents herein to show cause as to why this petition should not be complied with, made the following order.(The receipt of this order will be deemed to be the receipt of notice in the case).


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