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Amazon -FRL Case: Delhi High Court to Proceed with Single Bench Order if Stay Not Granted by SC to Future Group

Lawstreet Journal 20 Aug 2021 8:54pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Business Amazon -FRL Case: Delhi High Court to Proceed with Single Bench Order if Stay Not Granted by SC to Future Group

While hearing a petition seeking compliance with the single-judge bench order allowing Amazon's application to enforce the emergency award against the Future-Reliance deal, the Delhi High Court informed Future Group that if a stay is not granted by the Supreme Court within four weeks, it will proceed with order compliance.

The development came after Senior Advocate Parag Tripathi, appearing for Future Coupons Pvt. Ltd. and other respondents, informed Justice Suresh Kumar Kait that they had filed Special Leave Petitions in the Supreme Court against the single judge order dated March 18, 2021, which are set to be heard by the Apex Court in the coming weeks.

Senior Advocate Darius Khambata, representing FRL, informed the Court that he is in the process of filing an SLP, which should be completed within a day or two. As a result, he requested that the matter be postponed for two or three weeks.

The Court ordered the following while adjourning the case to September 16,2021:

"I hereby make it clear that if they do not obtain a stay order from the Supreme Court before the next date of hearing, this court will proceed with the matter regarding compliance with the court's order dated March 18, 2021."

Senior advocate Gopal Subramanium, appearing on behalf of Amazon, argued that Justice Midha's order was effective and must be followed in light of the Supreme Court's decision.

Justice JR Midha ruled on March 18, 2021, that Future Group had raised a speculative nullity claim and that Amazon's… Continue Reading...


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