Court : Guwahati
Decided on : Sep-09-2015
..... and what is proposed to be paid is clearly discernable since the contractor s estimation was rs.8,18,43,467/-. moreover the security deposit for the contract is still being retained by the owner and this too gives rise to an arbitrable dispute, under clause 126.96.36.199 of the gcc. 14. ..... 2.2015 is enclosed which shows that payment of some additional amount for extra item(s) was approved by the respondent. under this communication, the revised contract value was accepted at rs.7,66,07,732.33 (rupees seven crore sixty six lakh seven thousand seven hundred thirty two and paise thirty three only). ..... hundred sixty seven only). 6. however the contractual dues as claimed, was not released and accordingly the aggrieved contractor invoked clause-9 of the general conditions of contract (in short the gcc ) and issued notice on 11.6.2014 for reference of their claim, to be decided by the arbitrator. 7. the owner rejected ..... rupees four crore sixty eight lakh two hundred sixty five and paise five only), but it was made clear in the acceptance letter itself that, the final contract value shall be subject to variations depending upon the actual quantum of work executed and measured by the engineer in-charge. the initial period of completion of ..... 7.2014 response, the owner took the stand that the contractor did not make the claim for extra payment, in terms of the contract and therefore their claim is not tenable. the contractor s claim was also described as exorbitant and the owner declined to release the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Guwahati
Decided on : Jun-25-2015
..... to keep the promise to marry the opposite party may under circumstances of the case amount to mere breach of promise/contract and in view of illustration (g) appended to section 415 ipc it is evident that breach of promise/contract simpliciter without any proof of the fact that such promise/representation was made by the petitioner with knowledge that he would .....Tag this Judgment!