The apex consumer commission has dismissed a plea by a man seeking from his housing society reimbursement for the money he spent on repair of his apartment 37 years ago.
Dubbing the complaint “vague”, the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) dismissed New Delhi resident Y. S. Srivastava’s appeal on July 3. Mr. Srivastava had sought reimbursement for the money spent on repair of the toilet in his flat, which he purchased in 1977 at Press Association Co-operation Group Housing Society. “complaint was filed after 37 years of allotment…the society is not under obligation to replace or repair the toilet,” NCDRC said.
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