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Neha Goel, Advocate

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Judgments on Indian Electricity Act, 1910

Thursday, March 15, 2007
Indian Electricity Act, 1910

Indian Electricity Act, 1910 — Section 26 — Meter — Held, where the meter is completely non-functional on account of any fault or having been burnt, it will not register the supply of energy at all — Since a burnt meter does not record any supply of energy, it virtually means “no meter”.  

Indian Electricity Act, 1910

Indian Electricity Act, 1910 — Section 26(6) — Scope — Held, section 26(6) can have no application in a case where a meter has become completely non-functional on account of any reason whatsoever.

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