From battle over whisky brand to Rera rule, here're the key court orders

A selection of key court orders


M J Antony
Contractor must be heard before debarring him

An agreement cannot be terminated mid-way during the promised period, that too without hearing the affected party, the Supreme Court of India stated in a case between the UP Warehousing Corporation and a contractor. The corporation had issued an e-tender in 2018 for transportation of food grains but cancelled it 10 days later due to “administrative reasons”. Another tender was issued but that was also cancelled by the managing director as he found it “impractical” to go ahead with it. He issued yet another tender with much higher rate. One contractor, Sudhir Kumar, was successful and an agreement was signed for a two-year period. But then the whole tender was caught in a corruption

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First Published: Nov 03 2020 | 9:22 PM IST

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