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Oct 13 2006 (HC)

Bhanja Minerals Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Bihar Sponge Iron Ltd. and Technicast En ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Oct-13-2006

Reported in : 2007(1)ARBLR116(Orissa); 102(2006)CLT657

..... bmpl in handing over the site and getting forest clearance, there was a short-fall in the minimum guaranteed output and there were series of correspondence between the parties in this regard. but suddenly in the month of february/march, 2006, bmpl started creating hindrance in the work of technicast ..... part of bsil to lift the iron ore bmpl shall be free to sell the same to outside parties. any deficit in sales realization and compared to omc rates will be reimbursed to bmpl by bsil.8. bsil shall pay 25% of the invoice value to bmpl before the dispatches are ..... olr 987, and submitted that law is well settled that three factors, namely, prima facie case, balance of convenience and irreparable loss, as well as comparative mischief and inconvenience have also to be considered while granting order of injunction.12. on the face of such arguments, shri r.k. rath, learned senior ..... interim order was passed by the learned district judge, i.e., 2.6.2006.(b) the learned district judge has failed to assess the comparative mischief in granting the injunction inasmuch as he has failed to appreciate the fact that by continued illegal operation of mines by technicast, the very ..... 2.2003 (annexure-1). in contemplation of referring such dispute to arbitration in terms of the agreement, technicast filed the aforesaid petition under section 9 of the act before the district judge seeking interim protection with the prayers stated hereinabove.7. the learned district judge while issuing notice to the opposite .....

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Oct 13 2006 (HC)

Bhanja Minerals Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Bihar Sponge Iron Ltd.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Oct-13-2006

Reported in : 2006(II)OLR683

..... bmpl in handing over the site and getting forest clearance, there was a short-fall in the minimum guaranteed output and there were series of correspondence between the parties in this regard. but suddenly in the month of february/march, 2006, bmpl started creating hindrance in the work of technicast ..... part of bsil to lift the iron ore bmpl shall be free to sell the same to outside parties. any deficit in sales realization as compared to omc rates will be reimbursed to bmpl by bsil.8. bsil shall pay 25% of the invoice value to bmpl before the dispatches are ..... .r. 987, and submitted that law is well settled that three factors, namely, prima facie case, balance of convenience and irreparable loss, as well as comparative mischief and inconvenience have also to be considered while granting order of injunction.12. on the face of such arguments, shri r.k. rath, learned senior ..... interim order was passed by the learned district judge, i.e., 2.6.2006.(b) the learned district judge has failed to assess the comparative mischief in granting the injunction inasmuch as he has failed to appreciate the fact that by continued illegal operation of mines by technicast, the very ..... 2.2003 (annexure-1). in contemplation of referring such dispute to arbitration in terms of the agreement, technicast filed the aforesaid petition under section 9 of the act before the district judge seeking interim protection with the prayers stated hereinabove.7. the learned district judge while issuing notice to the opposite .....

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