The Competition Commission of India (CCI) on Friday filed a caveat before Supreme Court to avert any relief to Google without informing the regulator, acting a day after the top court refused to grant an interim stay to the technology giant in a case related to Android devices.
The CCI’s caveat relates to its separate order that on October 25 imposed a fine of Rs 936.44 crore on Google for abusing its dominant position through its Play Store policies. Google had moved the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) against this order.
A caveat asks a court that certain actions should not be taken without informing the person (in this case CCI) who gave the notice.
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