Winner Constructions Private … vs Union Of India on 28 April, 2016

2. It is suffice to state during the course of the submissions, the
learned counsel for the petitioner has stated that the relief is only
confined to additional claim no. 1, which is reproduced as under:

“Whether the respondent is in breach of contract? If
yes, whether the action of the respondent in levying the
L.D/ compensation is illegal and arbitrary. Contractor
claims declaratory award declaring the action taken

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under clause 2 of the agreement as illegal and
uncontractual.”

3. Some of the facts relevant for deciding the present petition are that
pursuant to NIT for “Construction of Residential Quarters for staff and
officers of Lok Sabha Secretariat etc. at R.K. Puram, New Delhi
including internal and external water supply and sanitary installation,
development work and internal electrical installations, the Petitioner
submitted its bid and was awarded the contract on 15.06.2011.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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