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J&K&L HC: Designated Authority May Not Issue License in Case of Dispute Between Restaurant Co-Owners - (15 Sep 2022)

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Jammu & Kashmir & Ladakh High Court has held that if there are multiple owners of authorized premises and only one applies for license while others object, designated authority may not issue license under Section 31 of Food Safety and Standard Act 2006, unless dispute between co-sharers is settled.

Tags : JAMMU & KASHMIR & LADAKH HIGH COURT   DESIGNATED AUTHORITY   LICENSE  

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