Whilst the court is not unduly bound by the texts or Order XXXVIII Rule 1 and 2 or Order XXXVIII Rule (5) or any other provisions of CPC, the substantial principles for grant of such interim measures cannot be disregarded.
Madras High Court clarified that this interim arrangement would be made only to safeguard the interest of both parties; and the bank guarantee to be furnished by the respondent is kept alive, till the decision is arrived at regarding validity of the notification dated 08-05-2023.
A Single Judge Bench of Chandra Dhari Singh, J. disposed of the petition and restrained from invoking/encashing the bank guarantee.
Fraud, as an exception to the rule of non-interference with encashment of bank guarantees, is not any fraud, but a fraud of an egregious nature, going to the root i.e., to the foundation of the bank guarantee and an established fraud. The entire case of the respondent fails to qualify for this.
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