Commentary

331 Powers of the court in discretionary cases

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

331 Powers of the court in discretionary cases

| Commentary

331 Powers of the court in discretionary cases

In all cases where the court has a discretion, the court may adjourn an order for such periods as it thinks fit1 and further, at the time of making the order or at any time before its execution, the court may stay or suspend execution of the order or postpone the date of possession for such periods as it thinks fit2. On any such adjournment, stay, suspension or postponement the court must, unless it considers that to do so would cause exceptional hardship to the tenant3 or

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