A bench of justices BD Ahmed and Sanjeev Sachdeva further said that it had in its November 18 order allowed DDCA to hold India-South Africa Test series in New Delhi from December 3 to 7 on the terms that in future they will not conduct any new tournament without a completion certificate.
It also said that in its order it was made clear that DDCA was given 'last opportunity' to get the necessary clearances from Delhi Urban Arts Commission and Archaeological Survey of India and no-objection certificate from Land and Development Office, as well as completion certificate from South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC), by March 31.
"We had directed SDMC to issue a provisional occupancy certificate for only those Test matches. You get completion certificate and then come here. Without that we can not give you permission to conduct any matches," the court said.

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