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SUPREME COURT REITERATES THAT A CONTRACT HAS TO BE INTERPRETED IN LITERAL TERMS

SUPREME COURT REITERATES THAT A CONTRACT HAS TO BE INTERPRETED IN LITERAL TERMS

The Hon’ble Bench of the #SupremeCourt on India in the case of Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Limited (BESCOM) versus E.S. Solar Power Pvt. Ltd. & Ors. [CA No. 9273/2019], vide its Judgment dated 03.05.2021 reiterated that a liberal or a narrow approach cannot be adopted to construe a #contractual clause in an #agreement. A contract has to be read literally and the #court cannot interpret the contract.


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