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JAMMU: Vacation Judge of J&K High Court Justice Sanjeev Kumar on Tuesday ordered stay on notice issued by Joint Commissioner Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) to Vivo Mobiles asking to remove hoardings of the company.
The court direction came in a petition filed to quash Notice No. JCA/Ill-Hoard/2017/70 dated 17th June 2017 issued by
Joint Commissioner JMC directing the petitioner
company to remove hoardings/sign boards, posters banners, bill boards/Pole Kiosks of Vivo Mobiles alleged to be illegally and unauthorizedly displayed on all shops across Jammu city.
Justice Kumar after hearing Senior Advocate Sunil Sethi with Advocate Vishal Mahajan appearing for the petitioners issued notice to JMC and listed the case after four weeks, and in the meanwhile ordered that the aforesaid impugned notice shall stay insofar as it pertains to the sign boards/display boards put on the shops/commercial premises, selling the product distributed by the petitioner, i.e., Vivo Phones.
However, this shall not preclude the Municipal Corporation Authorities to take appropriate action in terms of aforesaid impugned order against sign boards/hoardings and other material of advertisement, if put on the public property like roads, streets and other places in front of or in the vicinity of the aforesaid shops if the same arc erected without the permission of the Municipal Authority, the court observed.
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