Dr Seddon noted that NT Power Generation v Power and Water Authority  'looked bad for Hilmer in its initial stages'.  The case concerned access to power lines owned by the respondent (the Power and Water Authority) a Territory statutory corporation. The respondent granted a licence to the appellant (NTP) to sell electricity it generated at a mining power station. NTP sought access to the respondent's infrastructure. The respondent refused to grant such access until a Territory Government Policy Review was carried out. The appellant alleged that refusal of such access amounted to a breach of the then-section 46 of the TPA .
Oberlandesgericht = OLG = Provincial Court of Appeal OLG 1 July 1994, 4 R 161/94. Arts. 4, 7, 25, 35, 36, 38, 39, 46, 49, [translation available] - 1st instance LG Feldkirch 29 March 1994 [affirmed] OLG Innsbruck 26 April 2002, 4 R 58/02i ( Tapping equipment for restaurant case ). Arts. 38, 39, OLG Innsbruck 1 February 2005, 1 R 253/04x. Arts. 8(3), 9(1), 19(1), 25, 39, 73(2), [translation available] - 1st instance LG Innsbruck (GZ 12 Cg 32/02i-22) 6 February 2003 - 2d instance OLG Innsbruck (GZ 1 R 90/03-27) 3 June 2003 - 3d instance OGH 17 December 2003 - 4th instance LG Innsbruck 9 July 2004 - 6th instance OGH 31 August 2005 OLG Innsbruck 18 December 2007, 1 R 273/07t ( Steel bars case ). Arts. 3, 6, 8, 13, 14, 18, 29, [translation available]
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