Power of Director General to investigate under the Competition Act - What the Delhi HC heldSeptember 14 2018
The Delhi High Court has held the Director General (DG) has the power to proceed with his inquiry against parties who are not specifically named in the general complaint made to the Competition Commission of India (CCI). Absence of a specific direction against a party in an order passed in terms of Section 26(1) of the Competition Act, 2002, would also not deter the DG to proceed against it, the Court held.
The power of the DG is not limited by a remand or restricted to . . .
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