07 January 2022 | UHL Power Company Ltd. v. State of HP | Civil Appeal No. 10341 of 2011 | State of HP v. UHL Power Company Ltd. | Civil Appeal No. 10342 of 2011 | Supreme Court of India | NV Ramana, AS Bopanna & Hima Kohli JJ | 2022 SCC OnLine SC 19
The case involved an award favouring UHL set aside under Section 34 ACA but restored by the appellate court except for the compound interest component. In further appeal by both parties under Article 136 of the Constitution of India, the matter was decided by a 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court:
Read the decision here.
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