The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT) sends case back to the Indian Competition Authority because the Authority failed to give defendants notice for appeal before imposing fines and therefore violated the principle of natural justice (Jet Airways / InterGlobe Aviation / Spice Jet)

COMPAT sets-aside penalty imposed on domestic airlines and remands the matter back to the CCI* COMPAT by its order dated April 18, 2016 set-aside the penalty imposed on three domestic airlines by the CCI for alleged cartelization and remanded the matter back to the CCI for passing appropriate order keeping in view the principles of natural justice. In the present case an information was filed by the Express Industry Council of India, alleging Jet Airways (India) Ltd.,

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT) sends case back to the Indian Competition Authority because the Authority failed to give defendants notice for appeal before imposing fines and therefore violated the principle of natural justice (Jet Airways / InterGlobe Aviation / Spice Jet), 18 April 2016, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2016, Art. N° 87716

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