Tailor sued for not sewing client’s clothes on timeJune 11th, 2009 - 6:11 pm ICT by ANI
Jun 11 (ANI): A tailor was served with a notice by Lahore Consumer Court
Registrar Asif Nazeer after he failed to complete the stitching of a client’s
clothes before the stipulated time.
tailor, based in Ichhra, was issued the notice by the registrar on the
complaint of Muhammad Jamal, who moved the court on behalf of his sister,
reports the Daily Times.
Jamal, his sister had given her clothes for stitching to tailor Asim Muneer,
who had demanded Rs. 2,000 for stitching the clothes in 15 days, and he was
paid Rs. 1,500 in advance.
the clothes were not returned on time.
said that his sister could not wear the clothes to a marriage function for
which she had purchased them.
asked the court to direct the respondent to pay Rs. 50,000 in damages, in
addition to returning the stitching charges paid by the woman. (ANI)
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