SC said, JP can not be sitting on buyers' money, given instructions to deposit 200 million in Supreme Court registry
The Supreme Court has directed the JP Associates Limited to deposit 200 million rupees in the Supreme Court registry. The court will have to make 100 million April 15 and the other 100 million by May 10. Chief justice Deepak Mishra said that JP cannot be sitting on buyers' money. JP has deposited Rs 550 crore out of two thousand crore rupees. The Supreme Court will now hear the case on April 16, in what way these payments to buyers Earlier, the Supreme Court asked Amix to give a chart in relation to buyers, who want a refund. In the JP Associates Ltd case, the Supreme Court has heard the case. In the previous hearing, the court said that JAL should file an affidavit and tell how many housing projects he has in the country. Amix Pawan will create separate web portals for JAL with Agarwal Home Boys.
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