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In Chief General Manager, HIEF General Manager(IPC) MP. Power Trading Company & Anr Vs. Narmada Equipments Pvt.Ltd., Civil Appeal No. 1051 OF 2021, the Supreme Court of India held that where Conflict between Arbitration Act & Electricity Act arises, the latter will prevail as being a specialised provision.   Decided on 23.03.2021                   Factual Background The...

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