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Calcutta High Court
Surendra Nath Mitra And Ors. vs Upendra Nath Bhatta on 3 January, 1913
Equivalent citations: 18 Ind Cas 495
Bench: C Brett, Richardson


1. No one appearing to oppose this Rule, we think that it should be made absolute. The claim of the father of the petitioners was for rent. The fact that the claim was allowed and a decree for rent was obtained does not appear to us to have altered the character of the original debt which was one for rent. We, therefore, make the Rule absolute, set aside the order of the Munsif respecting the application and direct that the amount claimed be paid to the petitioners.

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