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Deccan Chargers send legal notice to BCCI


 

Deccan Chargers Winners of IPL 2, Upset with IPL Managment, It is shame, of IPL a Francise has to fight for its rights in Courts. Are the venues fixed by IPL Management.

Feb 15 Deccan Chargers today slapped a legal notice on the Indian Premier League and threatened to skip the third edition of the Twenty20 league beginning next month if its home matches are not re-allotted to Hyderabad and Vishakapatnam.

In a legal notice sent to BCCI president Shashank Manohar, Deccan Chargers’ solicitors have asked the cash-awash league’s authorities to reconsider their decision of relocating the home matches of the defending champions to Hyderabad and Vishakapatnam.

The notice claimed that the decision to shift the matches have been taken “arbitrarily, unilaterally, without our client”s consent and in complete breach of the Franchise Agreement dated April 10, 2008 pursuant to which the rights and obligations of both the parties i.e. BCCI-IPL and the Franchisee, i.e. our client are governed”.

The notice further charged IPL that the decision to shift the matches was against the objective of having franchisees from various regions of the country and against public interest and consequently was not acceptable to Deccan Chargers.

  1. Farhazadeeb
    February 16, 2010 at 3:53 pm

    Well thats a good one!
    Indeed this attitude is what everyone expects from Defending Champions, shall be waiting for the outcome.
    Thanks 🙂

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