|| All ER (D) 177 (Dec)
|| UKPC 30
Lord Phillips, Lord Brown, Lord Kerr, Sir John Dyson SCJ and Sir Stephen Sedley
||Lawrence West QC (instructed by Sharpe Pritchard) for the hotel.
||Vincent Nelson QC and Guy Chapman (instructed by White & Case LLP) for the supplier.
||13 December 2010
Turks and Caicos Islands - Electricity - Supplier - Manner of charging customer for electricity supplied to hotel in first year of operation - Electricity Rates and Charges Regulations (Providenciales).
Turks and Caicos Islands Electricity. The Privy Council allowed the appeal of the claimant hotel in respect of the manner in which the defendant public supplier of electricity was entitled to charge it for electricity supplied to their hotel in the first year of its operation.
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