PETROSIN CORPORATION PVT. LTD & others V e r s u s MOL PAKISTAN OIL & GAS CO. & others
Judge Name: Abdul Hameed Dogar, HCJ; Ijaz-ul-Hassan Judgment Result: Leave refused. Other Law Journal References: PLD 2008 SC 472 —-o. xxxix, rr. 1 & 2–constitution of Pakistan, 1973, art. 185(3)–leave to appeal–temporary injunction–application was dismissed by trial court–assailed–order upheld by first appellate court–challenge to–license issued by the government to the respondents for Petroleum exploration–discovered–respondents invited different entities for pre-qualifications of engineering, procurement, construction–petitioners also submitted their pre-qualification documents–petitioners’ certificate of quality management system, iso 9000 was valid only for one year–petitioners were ousted from the process of pre-qualification on the basis of lawful grounds–tendering process completed and contract awarded to respondents–petitioners would not suffer any irreparable loss as compared to respondent–injunction can only be granted restraining defendants from committing breach of some concluded contract or other injury of any kind but there was no contract in favour of petitioners, as such the question of breach of contract did not arise–concurrent findings of the courts below do not suffer from any illegality or infirmity warranting interference by the supreme court–leave refused.