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IMGL Regulatory Round-up: Slovenia

first_img Email Address ICE365 Content Series Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting ICE365 Content Series Legal Licensing Regulation Online sports betting Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter IMGL Regulatory Round-up: Slovenia 31st March 2021 | By contenteditor In this video, Repansek offers insights into navigating the country’s legal framework, and how the betting market has evolved as a result of online wagering. Regions: Southern Europe Slovenia AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterlast_img read more

 

BCCI election process begins with call to file nominations

first_img BCCI election process begins with call to file nominations WTC Final Live: Virat Kohli continues century drought as Kyle Jamieson wins IPL team rivalry Previous articleFormer World and Olympic champion Samurgashev brothers starts Wrestling academyNext articleMeet the winners of Indian Sports Honours 2019 Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. ENG-W vs IND-W: Brad Hogg’s big compliment for Mithali Raj & Co, ‘give them four years, they will dominate like men’s team’ by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeCapital One ShoppingThis hack can uncover JOANN discounts you don’t know aboutCapital One Shopping247 Sports50 Best College Football Players Of All Time247 Sportscio.comUnlocking the Success of Digital Transformation with Active Intelligencecio.comA person can submit his candidature only for one position. Similarly, no person can propose or second more than one person.Read More: BCCI AGM: Tamil Nadu, UP among eight barred by Electoral OfficerFemale representation in BCCI is giant leap for cricket: ShanthaBCCI’s ex-legal advisor terms HCA, TNCA, MCA ban arbitrary, wrongNominations in accordance with the rules of procedure on the prescribed format can be filed latest by October 14. However, before that, the candidates will have to furnish duly filled application forms, with the signatures of the proposer and the seconder, via email to the [email protected] elections are scheduled for October 23.An aspirant for the BCCI president’s office UPCA chief Rajeev Shukla has been barred from the AGM for various breaches. Among the present electoral roll, DDCA president Rajat Sharma, Rajasthan’s Vaibhav Gehlot, Jay Shah from Saurashtra, Jaydev Shah from Gujarat, Hyderabad Cricket Association president Mohammad Azharuddin, Arun Singh Dhumal from Himachal and Punjab Cricket Association’s Rakesh Rathour appear to be among the major contestants for the key BCCI posts.Read: Will BCCI elections take place as per scheduled?ICA elections: Shantha Rangaswamy set to be part of BCCI apex councilBCCI AGM: CoA may refer DDCA matter to Amicus Curiae Cricket Cricket Cricket Football Cricket RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WI vs SA 2nd Test Day 3 Live: West Indies bowled out for 149 runs in 1st innings, SA lead by 149 runs –… TAGSBCCIBCCI ElectionBCCI Election 2019BCCI Election ScheduleN Gopalaswami SHARE Cricket WTC Final Day 3 LIVE Score: Day 3 Lunch – Jamieson & Co put New Zealand on top; IND 211/7; Follow Live Updates The Board of Control for Cricket in India electoral officer N Gopalaswami has set the ball rolling for the BCCI executive elections during the annual general meeting on October 23.The electoral officer has invited applications from the State cricket bodies’ representatives on the final electoral roll. The applications have been invited for candidature for the posts of the BCCI president, vice-president, secretary, joint secretary, treasures, councilor (one representative to be elected by BCCI Members) and governing council member (two members to be elected by the General Body). Facebook Twitter LIVE Cricket Score IND vs NZ WTC Final: India VS New Zealand Live score, ball by ball coverage, Virat Kohli starts Day 3: Follow… YourBump15 Actors That Hollywood Banned For LifeYourBump|SponsoredSponsoredDaily FunnyFemale Athlete Fails You Can’t Look Away FromDaily Funny|SponsoredSponsoredPost FunThese Twins Were Named “Most Beautiful In The World,” Wait Until You See Them TodayPost Fun|SponsoredSponsoredMaternity WeekA Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been TranslatedMaternity Week|SponsoredSponsoredDefinitionTime Was Not Kind To These 28 CelebritiesDefinition|SponsoredSponsoredMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStory|SponsoredSponsored Virat Kohli completes 10 years in Test Cricket: 10 things you should know about India skipper- check out Cricket Formula 1 F1 French GP 2021 Live: Max Verstappen vs Lewis Hamilton today at 6:30 pm — Follow Live Updates Cricket Cricket By Kunal Dhyani – October 11, 2019 PSL 2021 Playoffs: Schedule, Timing, LIVE streaming, list of champions; all you need to know WTC Final Live: Kyle Jamieson continues fine Test form, rattles India’s middle-order with venomous swing Euro 2020: Belgium suffer another blow, after Castagne now Thorgan Hazard ruled out Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter CricketLatest Sports NewsSports BusinessNewsSportlast_img read more

 

England Women’s Autumn Internationals Squad

first_img Scotland Autumn Internationals Squad Expand Expand “As we start our journey towards the 2021 World Cup, the focus over the Quilter Internationals is not only on winning but performance. We have reshaped our game and we will be looking to see which players can bring the plan to life in the intensity of an international match environment.” England Women’s Autumn Internationals SquadForwardsZoe Aldcroft (Gloucester-Hartpury)Sarah Beckett (Firwood Waterloo Ladies)Jo Brown (Loughborough Lightning)Hannah Botterman (Saracens Women)Shaunagh Brown (Harlequins Ladies)Poppy Cleall (Saracens Women)Vickii Cornborough (Harlequins Ladies)Lark Davies (Worcester Valkyries)Vicky Fleetwood (Saracens Women)Sarah Hunter (Loughborough Lightning)Heather Kerr (Darlington Mowden Park Sharks)Ellie Mulhearn (Bristol Bears)Cath O’Donnell (Loughborough Lightning)Marlie Packer (Saracens Women)Ellena Perry (Saracens Women)Abbie Scott (Harlequins Ladies)BacksLucy Attwood (Bristol Bears)Rachael Burford (Harlequins Ladies)Katy Daley-Mclean (Loughborough Lightning)Abigail Dow (Wasps FC Ladies)Zoe Harrison (Saracens Women)Tatyana Heard (Gloucester-Hartpury)Claudia Macdonald (Wasps FC Ladies)Sarah McKenna (Saracens Women)Leanne Riley (Harlequins Ladies)Kelly Smith (Gloucester-Hartpury)Lydia Thompson (Worcester Valkyries)Carys Williams (Loughborough Lightning)Sarah Bern, Lagi Tuima, and Amber Reed are all unavailable through injury. Amy Cokayne also misses out due to commitments with the Royal Air Force. Centurion: Katy-Daley McLean is set to make her 100th appearance (Getty Images) Autumn International Fixtures 2018 LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Make sure you know when, where and on… Take a look at the Welsh squad for… England Women’s Autumn Internationals SquadKaty-Daley McLean is set to make her 100th appearance for the Red Roses provided she makes an appearance in one of the three fixtures England Women are playing in the coming months. She, along with Red Rose captain Sarah Hunter, will look to lead an England squad with plenty of new faces in it.Lucy Attwood, Sarah Beckett, Ellie Mulhearn, and Ellena Perry all featured in England Women U20’s summer tour to Canada but are yet to make their first appearances at the top level. Additionally Claudia Macdonald, Tatyana Heard and Carys Williams will all be looking to secure their first caps for the Red Roses.Vicky Fleetwood, Sarah McKenna and Lydia Thompson are returning to the 15s format of the game after playing last season in the England Womens Sevens side.“As a group, we are really looking forward to getting the Quilter Internationals underway and performing to our maximum,” said head-coach Simon Middleton.“We have made a number of changes within the squad, with 12 new faces named since the 2018 Six Nations. While there is a great feel of youthfulness, with seven players fresh from the Under 20’s summer tour, we have critically been able to retain a number of world class performers from the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup, ensuring an essential balance of quality, youth and experience. Wales Autumn Internationals Squad Scotland Autumn Internationals Squad Autumn International Fixtures 2018 Fixtures – England Women v USA Women – Friday 9 November – Allianz Park (KO 7.45pm, Sky Sports Action)England Women v Canada Women – Sunday 18 November – Castle Park (KO 2pm, Sky Sports)England Women v Ireland Women – Saturday 24 NovemberDon’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook and Twitter. Collapse Take a look at Gregor Townsend’s Autumn Internationals… Expand How To Watch The 2018 Autumn Internationals Take a look at which teams are playing… Wales Autumn Internationals Squad How To Watch The 2018 Autumn Internationals Check out Simon Middleton’s England squad for their upcoming Autumn matches. last_img read more

 

TCU program reveals the stories of citizens in divided countries

first_imgTCU VGP (Ep. 17 – Valentine’s Updates, Overwatch and more) Jo and PatJo is a woman from England. In 1984, a bomb placed by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) killed Jo’s father, who was a member of Parliament, in Brighton.A month later, she shared a taxi with another man and discovered this man, who was from Belfast, had a brother in the IRA who was killed by the police. The two imagined what the world would be like if these things didn’t happen.Jo spent the next ten years trying to figure out why someone would want to blow someone else up. In 1998, Jo’s father’s bomber, Pat, had been released from prison. She met with him to find out why his political voice was more important than her father’s life.Pat lamented his actions and the two became good friends. Pat had realized that he didn’t just kill a man, but a good dad. The two now travel around the world speaking on forgiveness. Linkedin Linkedin Hank Kilgore is a senior Journalism major and FTDM minor from Lafayette, Louisiana. He is currently Editor of The Skiff and the Student Life and Entertainment Managing Editor for TCU 360. You can often find him anywhere a superhero movie is being played. Hank Kilgorehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/hank-kilgore/ Previous articleTCU community pays tribute to victims of Paris attacksNext articleFrogs trail Sooners 23-7 at halftime Hank Kilgore RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter TCU VGP (Ep. 18 – The Cost of Gaming, State of DLC and more) Hank Kilgorehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/hank-kilgore/ Everyone can make an impactA freshmen student asked what people who can’t travel to these places, but who want to make an impact, should do to help.“I like that quote ‘injustice anywhere, is a threat to justice everywhere.’ The United States is one of the most violent nations in the world,” McRay said. “Get active now here at TCU or Fort Worth. There’s all kinds of stuff happening. Save your small corner of the world.”“This was very inspiring,” said McKenna Kondratiuk, a freshman psychology major. “It really opened my eyes.”“People do have voices, sometimes we just don’t listen to them,” McRay said. Rami and BassamRami is a man from Israel. In 1997, Rami’s daughter was in Jerusalem when two Palestinian terrorists blew themselves up, she and several others were killed. Her body was never recovered.Rami said he was enraged and devastated at first and didn’t know how to keep going until he discovered the Parents Circle-Families Forum, a joint Palestinian Israeli organization of families who have lost loved ones because of conflict, dedicated to reconciliation.Bassam vowed a life of nonviolence after he spent seven years in prison for resistance to the Israeli occupation. A few years later, his seven-year-old daughter was shot in the back of the head on the street outside of a candy store.Before his daughter was killed, Bassam had co-founded Combatants for Peace, an organization meant to bring together former Israeli and Palestinian combatants. 100 former Israeli soldiers helped Bassam build a garden in memory of his daughter. TCU Sizzle Reel (Ep. 16 – Legion, Stranger Things 2 and more) Michael McRay and Dr. Rima Abunasser discuss the stories of those living in war-torn countries. ReddIt The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years center_img Hank Kilgorehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/hank-kilgore/ Hank Kilgore The importance of reconciliationMost of these countries’ civil strifes come from oppression and engagement, McRay said. He said that, for most of these places, religion was only one of many components.“They are conflicts that have nothing to do with religion and also everything to do with religion,” McRay said. “In Israel-Palestine, the conflict is primarily over land, identity and resources. At the same time, because of religious connections over land, tensions rose dramatically.”McRay discussed the necessary dissociation there should be between international terrorist groups and religions.“We don’t look at the KKK and say that’s Christianity,” McRay said. “We don’t say the Spanish inquisition was Christianity. We shouldn’t put those same labels on the acts of self-proclaimed Islamic terrorist groups.”When asked what the big take-away from his experience was, McRay said that no matter who he was talking to, all of these people recoiled from the word “reconciliation.”“To me, this has been the most important question of the whole trip,” McRay said. “I think the most striking thing to me was the consistency in each location of the way the people spoke about reconciliation and justice. Everyone I talked to from all over tended to recoil from talks of reconciliation and preferred talk of justice.”A senior student asked if McRay would continue with projects like this. McRay said that he isn’t yet done with his information from “Stories of Reconciliation.”McRay said, “I may try to get a book out of this. I’ve also got plenty of footage so I may try to partner with a film company and make a documentary.”“I will continue to focus my work on telling stories about people whose stories aren’t told,” he added.Students approach Michael McRay after the discussion to meet him as well as ask questions. Website| + posts TCU VGP (Ep. 19 – Xbox Game Pass, Horizon Impressions and more) ReddIt Amy BiehlAmy Biehl was an American Fulbright student, studying in South Africa in 1993.One night, she was driving through the township of Guguletu where she was ambushed by an angry mob looking for signs of white oppression. They attacked her, and as she was trying to escape she was stabbed and killed.Most of the mob was arrested, and it was in prison that they realized they had killed an American woman who was working on behalf of their people.Amy’s parents started the Amy Biehl Foundation, focusing on literacy education for children in poverty. The men were eventually released from prison, and, looking for redemption, they decided to work with Amy’s parents at the foundation. Twitter printEditor’s Note 11/25/15: This story was updated to provide additional context and clarity.A journalist who spent three months visiting countries marked by civil war, terrorism and social injustice spent time with students and faculty this week to discuss lessons of reconciliation he came across during his travels.Michael McRay, who founded the Tenx9 Nashville storytelling organization, had just returned from investigating the lives of everyday citizens in Northern Ireland, Palestine, and South Africa for the Discovering Global Citizenship QEP project “Stories of Reconciliation.”James English, who works for TCU’s International Student Services, invited McRay to speak on behalf of Discovering Global Citizenship.McRay was hosted by TCU English professor Dr. Rima Abunasser Thursday night, and was asked why he wanted to work on this project.Michael McRay worked with Dr. Rima Abunasser’s literature classes for his “Stories of Reconciliation” project.“When I proposed the project last summer,” McRay said. “I was feeling overwhelmed with all the stories of violence and knew that more stories of peace, forgiveness, and reconciliation needed to be told.”Abunasser asked McRay how his project changed while he was there.“The original goal was to gather personal stories of people who had suffered loss and pursued reconciliation. It was very hard to co-ordinate with people in Palestine, for example,” McRay said. “I discovered that you had to be very flexible depending on where you would go.”McRay said he spoke with the Chief of Staff for Former President de Klerk about the transition from apartheid to democracy.McRay went on to recount some of the stories he had heard and discovered that forgiveness and understanding had been an underlying theme in each of them. Facebook Hank Kilgorehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/hank-kilgore/ Facebook TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summerlast_img read more

 

Frogs for the Cure seeks to widen impact

first_imgFacebook LEAPS, Reading Frogs volunteer at Paschal High School Movember 5K brings awareness to men’s health Linkedin TCU Showgirls at the Frogs for the Cure music video shoot. Meg Hemmerlehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/meg-hemmerle/ LEAPS makes sites more relational Twitter Meg Hemmerlehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/meg-hemmerle/ Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Linkedin Previous articleColin Jost, Jon Rudnitsky bring laughter to TCUNext articleSuspect in TCU indecent exposure cases detained Meg Hemmerle RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter ReddIt Meg Hemmerlehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/meg-hemmerle/ Meg Hemmerle TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Facebook Meg Hemmerlehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/meg-hemmerle/ TAGSphotos Zeta hosts Bright Pink workshop printTCU students, faculty and fans in the Ed Rae Schollmaier Arena filming the Frogs for the Cure music video.Purple is the new pink.This year, Frogs for the Cure is broadening its horizons by supporting efforts to fight all cancers. Several factors prompted the change, said Ann Louden, the Chancellor’s associate for strategic partnership and founder of Frogs for the Cure. She said the nonprofit wanted to align itself more with TCU’s goals and recognize people facing any form of cancer.  “First of all, TCU’s medical school and the planning for that is encompassing research and advocacy for a cure that’s not just related to breast cancer,” Louden said. “And so as we think about what our medical students are going through and our partnership with the UNT Science Center it just made sense to broaden our mission.”She also said there was a desire to honor all of the Frogs lost through the years and those who have won the battle against all forms of cancer. “There were so many personal stories I’ve heard over the last several years from people on campus that had a cancer other than breast cancer,” Louden said. “They wanted to be engaged but couldn’t be because they didn’t have breast cancer.”  Louden said she is impressed with the mission and work of the group’s new partner, Cancer Care, a non-profit organization that provides financial and emotional support to cancer patients in Tarrant, Parker, and Hood counties.Frogs for the Cure is also collaborating with the University of North Texas Health Science Center and Texas Tech University for the first time.  “I’m also thrilled about the collaboration with Texas Tech for the halftime show,” Louden said. “We’ve never done that before and to have a joint halftime show, both bands are going to spell the word cure, it’s going to be a sense of community we’ve never had in the football stadium before at halftime.” The game against Texas Tech is Oct. 29. Past themes have centered on being brave and fighting back against cancer. This year’s theme encourages people to focus on others with the disease. “This is about focusing on the other person, and for me, that is a wonderful opportunity to contribute to the people that are struggling,” Louden said. “I like the focus on other people for this year’s video.”To learn more about Frogs for the Cure you can visit their website or contact Ann Louden at [email protected] You can also receive updates by following their Instagram, Twitter  and Facebook. World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution + posts ReddItlast_img read more

 

Corrigan’s creations delight Thomond Park crowd

first_imgNewsCorrigan’s creations delight Thomond Park crowdBy admin – September 15, 2010 1027 Advertisement Email Facebook Linkedin WhatsAppcenter_img HE MAYBE Leinster born and reared but Richard Corrigan won the following of the Munster faithful in Thomond Park on Tuesday night when his live cooking demonstration delighted the some 400 strong crowd who paid to see the famous restaurateur and TV chef do what he does best.From a simple but delicious seafood pasta dish with kelp and cockles to a ideas of how a €9 chicken would feed a family for three days,Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Corrigan showed some epicurean delights in what he called “good family food” that was both “nutritious and very tasty”.The night began with a cooking demonstration from Masterchefs’ Thomond Park based head chef, Jonathon Ronan, who cooked a sumptuous loin of pork with sweet potato, savoy cabbage and plenty of twists along the way that were set to tickle and inspire the taste buds of the gathered foodies.Guests were invited to sample the produce of local suppliers who had market stalls set up in the main conference suite including ice-cream from Tommy Relihan’s cart at Adare Farm Foods, Simon Wilkinson’s fare from The Country Basket and Helen Cahill’s Newcastlewest based Cahill’s Farm Cheese. The branded Thomond Park red and white wine was also available to help the night go down with ease.Back to the main event and the man himself took to the cooking stage ably assisted by members of the Munster Rugby academy including Kieran Essex, Conor Murray and Mike Sherry who were drilled all week in the preparation of the dishes. The trio opened with a seafood pasta dish with a Japanese leaning incorporating kelp, cockles and wasabi. Beef olives were next up as Corrigan and crew sliced beef fillet and stuffed with a mushroom and herb stuffing before pan frying and serving with a vibrant lentil accompaniment. A thrilling soufflé broke the pace of the night as the famous chef took a number of questions from the audience. From foodie trivia to technical know-how, the farmers son turned upper end London based chef and restaurateur, answered what was put to him with aplomb, including one clever young woman who delved outside the run of the mill questions to ask what the chef’s favourite comfort food was? Little did the crowd expect a response from the often outspoken chef to include, “toasted soda bread and Heinz baked beans – and they’re not paying me to say that. If I come home in the evening and I’m tired and not in the mood to cook, I will toast some soda bread and have some good baked beans. Nothing more – even if I was out for a few pints, you wouldn’t find me hanging around take-aways with kebab, no, I’d wait until I got home and have that”.A sauté chicken, with an Indian spice influence closed the display as four lucky punters were drawn from a hat to dine at the chef’s final creations.Michelle Payne, Business Development Manager with Thomond Park said that the night “proved again what a fantastic venue Thomond Park is and we were delighted with the turnout and how the evening went.The event closed with a performance from the young New Zealand singing sensation Will Martin who flew in to Limerick on the night ahead of his concert performances at the UCH. Print Twitter Previous articleNine new steps for L-plate excellenceNext articleStaff shortage leads to A&E crisis adminlast_img read more

 

Martin McGuinness doesn’t rule out meeting the Queen in the future

first_img Martin McGuinness doesn’t rule out meeting the Queen in the future Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Google+ Facebook Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Pinterest Previous articleDonegal drivers the most helpful in the countryNext articleThree funerals to take place following a weekend of tragedy News Highland Twitter Pinterest Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister says he has not ruled out meeting the Queen in the future.Speaking to the BBC, Sinn Fein’s Martin McGuinness said he was still pondering the issue and that the royal visit to the Republic last May, made an impact on him.During the Queen’s first visit to the Republic of Ireland last summer, Sinn Fein didn’t take part in any of the main ceremonies.However, when he launched his presidential campaign last year, Mr McGuinness said he would be prepared to meet all heads of state “without exception”, if he was elected President of Ireland.After placing third in the first preference vote in the election, he returned to the role of deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland.center_img Facebook Twitter Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – January 22, 2012 WhatsApp WhatsApp LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton News Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margeylast_img read more

 

Arranmore Lifeboat launched to assist small fishing boat

first_img Google+ Facebook By News Highland – October 17, 2012 Facebook The Arranmore Lifeboat has been involved in an operation this morning after a small fishing boat got into difficulty in Donegal Bay.The small fishing boat, with two men onboard, is said to be in no immediate danger.The alarm was raised shortly before midday. Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Arranmore Lifeboat launched to assist small fishing boat Google+center_img Twitter Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleLevel of Donegal’s Garda resources to be debated in the DáilNext articleMan sent for trial for killing Donegal journalist Eugene Moloney News Highland Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry News Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApplast_img read more

 

Right To Reserve Flat Includes Right To Withdraw, Can’t Ask Allottee To Forfeit Payment : Maharashtra RERA Appellate Tribunal

first_imgNews UpdatesRight To Reserve Flat Includes Right To Withdraw, Can’t Ask Allottee To Forfeit Payment : Maharashtra RERA Appellate Tribunal Sharmeen Hakim28 April 2021 9:36 PMShare This – xOne-sided unfair terms in the agreement cannot be enforced against the buyer, the tribunal.In an order that may provide relief to several flat allottees, the Maharashtra Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (MahaRERA) observed that the right to reserve a flat includes the right to cancel the reservation. Therefore, a builder cannot ask an allottee to forfeit the booking amount for withdrawing his reservation. The panel observed a clause in the reservation form disallowing a prospective flat purchaser to withdraw from the arrangement; asking him to forfeit 10% of the flat’s value or the amount paid is ex-facie unreasonable, unfair and inequitable. “The existence of such a condition in the printed form of “request for reservation” by allottee is against the object and purpose of RERA… and not binding on the parties.” The panel of member Sumant Kolhe (judicial) and member SS Sandhu directed Piramal Estate Pvt Ltd to return Rs. 5,61,967 to Kalwa couple Dinesh and Ranjana Humane, who cancelled their Thane flat reservation due to a medical emergency in the family. Advocate Sunil Kevalramni represented the allottees. The tribunal observed that a promoter could not take undue advantage of a one-sided clause. “In the instant case, while applying for the flat, allottees had no choice but to sign the printed form of request prepared one-sided by the petitioner.” The parties hadn’t entered into a sale agreement, nor was a confirmation or allotment letter issued, the bench observed. It noted that the condition of forfeiture was only for the purchaser and not the promoted. “The only document signed by allottees is the printed form which is styled as “request for reservation”. So, at the time of making the”request for reservation” of the flat on the part of Allottees, Promoter obtained the signatures of Allottees on such form of request which consists of 33 different terms and conditions to be observed and complied by Allottees only.” “As per clause 17, Allottees have no right to withdraw their request for reservation. This is absolutely unfair and unreasonable and a one-sided condition imposed on the Allottees. Allottees cannot be restrained from exercising their right of withdrawing the request. Right to make request for reservation of flat includes the right to withdraw such request for reservation of flat.” An unreasonable and unfair transaction cannot be enforced The panel relied on the apex court judgement in the case of Pioneer Urban Land and infrastructure Vs Govindan Raghavan “signifying that court will not enforce an unreasonable, unfair contract or an unreasonable and unfair clause in a contract where contracting parties are not equal in bargaining power and where a man has no choice or rather a meaningful choice but to give his assent to a contract or to sign on the dotted line in a prescribed or standard form… as a part of the contract, however unfair, unreasonable and unconscionable a clause in that contract or form or rule maybe.” The Case The Allottees had approached the appellate tribunal dissatisfied with the MahaRERA inquiry and order directing the promoter to refund the booking amount to allottees “in accordance with booking form signed by both the parties.” Arguments Advocate Abir Patel, Piramal’s counsel, argued that allottees could not cancel the booking on personal grounds for claiming a refund. He said that the allottees had claimed relief based on clause 18 of the model agreement” for sale given under RERA rules, but there is no violation of RERA’s provisions. According to him, a complaint under Section 31 of RERA was not maintainable unless there was a violation. He argued that the forfeiture clause is part of the “model agreement” under RERA rules and not against its spirit. The panel said that the allottee’s case would not fall under clause 18 of a model agreement, as they cancelled the transaction at the initial stage. Notably, the parties didn’t execute the sale agreement, the panel said. It added that the object of RERA was to protect consumers. “In this peculiar matter, though the claim of refund is not governed by any specific provision of RERA, it cannot be ignored that object of RERA is to protect interest of consumer. So, whatever amount is paid by home-buyer to the promoter should be refunded to the allottee on his withdrawal from the project.” ( Dinesh R. Humane vs Piramal Estate Private Ltd)Click Hear To Download/Read JudgmentTagsMaharashtra Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (MahaRERA) Sumant Kolhe (judicial) SS Sandhu Piramal Estate Pvt Ltd RERA Act Next Storylast_img read more

 

Minister quizzed over when marts will reopen

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter Google+ Previous articleDonegal people urged to keep adhering to health guidelinesNext articleLough Swilly lifeboat manager backs water safety warning News Highland WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Twittercenter_img Minister quizzed over when marts will reopen Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 AudioHomepage BannerNews A Donegal TD has urged the Agriculture Minister to give further consideration to marts reopening as part of the easing of restrictions on Tuesday. Marts are waiting anxiously for news of when they can reopen on a limited basis with managers saying that movement of stock is proving challenging with online sales and buyer-matching not making up for live auctions.Inspections have been taking place this week prior to being given the green light to resume sales.Speaking in the Dail this week, Donegal Deputy Charlie McConalogue pressed Minister Creed for more clarity on their future:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/charlifdgdfgdfemart10am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Responding the Agriculture Minister was cautious about raising hopes for farmers:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/crefgdgdfedsat10am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Google+ By News Highland – May 2, 2020 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th last_img read more