The Supreme Court of Pakistan sets aside the orders passed by the Lahore High Court and orders to the Chairman of the Competition Commission of Pakistan to issue notices to all parties concerned and decide the matter (ADG LDI v. Brain Telecommunication)

Vide its order dated 21st February 2013 a two-member bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan granted leave to appeal to ADG LDI (Pvt.) Ltd and Circle Net Communications Pakistan (Pvt.) Limited (hereinafter “Petitioners”) and allowed the appeal in the following terms: (a) set aside the orders passed by the Lahore High Court in the petition number 26636 of 2012 (hereinafter “the Writ Petition”); (b) dismissed the Writ Petition as though the petitioner Brain Telecommunication Limited (hereinafter “Brain Telecom”) had withdrawn it; and (c) ordered that a copy of the Writ Petition be provided to the Chairman of the Competition Commission of Pakistan (hereinafter “the Commission”) with the direction that he issue notices to all parties concerned named in the order and decide the matter

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Amber Darr, The Supreme Court of Pakistan sets aside the orders passed by the Lahore High Court and orders to the Chairman of the Competition Commission of Pakistan to issue notices to all parties concerned and decide the matter (ADG LDI v. Brain Telecommunication), 21 February 2013, e-Competitions February 2013, Art. N° 66727

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