• Limitations in lpa

I was terminated by my employer on the ground of non availability of grants from central govt 
However the high Court decided that my services shall be continued and salary shall be received when grant is received
My employer filed an LPA, taking a ground that my work was not satisfactory
Will my employer succeed in LPA
Asked 2 years ago in Civil Law from Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
it will depend upon the facts of the case
Rajeev Bari
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No new ground can be taken in LPA.
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agree with MR Thukral
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He is unlikely to succeed as new ground cannot be taken to assail the single bench's ruling.
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