Interpretation of Tender Condition can be interfered only if it is perverse, malafide or arbitrary: SC

In a recent case, the Supreme Court has reiterated that a court can’t second-guess an authority’s interpretation of a tender passed by itself unless it is perverse, malafide or arbitrary. Background: In the instant case, the appellants’ bid was accepted, and it got the contract. However, the High Court allowed a writ filed by another

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