Can service be suspended for failing to comply with the subsequent demands for KYC (Know Your Customer) ? This issue has been decided by the Gujarat high court in the case of State Bank of India, Chandkheda Branch & Anr v/s Ashvin Chaturbhai Parmar & Ors in Criminal Misc Appl No 5100 of 2012 decided on April 30 2012.
The court also held that in case of failure to comply with the KYC requirements, the bank would neither have the right to freeze the account, nor could it stop the cheque book or the ATM facility. However, the bank would have the right to close the account, but after following the due process. This means that due notice would first have to be given to the customer, and if the documents are not supplied despite the intimation and repeated efforts to procure the same, the issue would have to be referred to the competent authority at a higher level, who would have the power to order closure of the account.
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Over 5 years after he was banned, SEBI has found Ketan Parekh trading in the markets via front-entities. Watch Sucheta Dalal’s interview
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The Practising Engineers, Architects and Town Planners Association of India (PEATA) has made a detailed analysis of IMPACT OF MODIFICATION TO DCR JULY 2011
Municipal Commissioner Vide Letter MGC/A/8279 Dated 13th July 2011 requested Govt. and Vide Letter dated 21/7/2011 requested to Invoke Provisions under 37 (1AA).
UDD. NOTICE U/ No. CMS/4311/CR-58/2011 /UD-11 Dated 25th July 2011
MC Letter dated 13th July 2011 emphasizes on Uniformity and Prevent Misuse. He Proposed the Compensatory FSI as Fungible so as to give Flexibility to Architects for Designing the Buildings.
MODIFICATIONS ARE IN
DCR -29 – Open Space Requirement
DCR -30 – Features Permitted in Open Space
DCR – 35 – FSI Computation
DCR -36- Parking Spaces
DCR -38- Requirements of Parts of Buildings
DCR – 43 – Fire Protection Requirements
DCR – 44 – Requirements of Individual Exits /Floor APPENDIX VIII(19) – Added.
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