March 2020

Arbitration—Award—Objections—Prescribed period of limitation start from the date on which the copy of signed award was delivered to the party

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Arbitration—Exparte Award—Once the matter had been adjourned sine die; it became incumbent upon the Arbitrator to have issued notice regarding resumption of proceedings

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Arbitration—Award—Objections—Benefit for exclusion of period consumed before wrong forum is extendable—But in totality objections should be filed within time as prescribed

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Arbitration—Award—Objections–In absence of clear exclusive territorial jurisdiction clause; Courts at place were agreement was executed, would be competent to deal with objections

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Arbitration—Award—Objections–In absence of clear exclusive territorial jurisdiction clause; Courts at place were agreement was executed, would be competent to deal with objections

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Arbitration—Award—Objections—Limitation for filing—Government department cannot be allowed to take benefit on account of the inter­ departmental delay

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February 2020

November 2019

September 2019

July 2019

June 2019

May 2019

March 2019

Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996, S.7–Arbitration Agreement—Once the agreement has been admitted by the parties to agreement is being relied upon by both of them in another suit for seeking royalty and declaration; then they cannot approbate and reprobate in the same breath and claim that arbitration clause in the same very agreement is not applicable to them

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September 2018

July 2018

Arbitration—Different agreements between several parties for a single commercial project and all the agreements are interconnected—In such a case all the parties can be covered by the arbitration clause in the main agreement even if in some agreement there is no arbitration clause and such parties are not signatory to main agreement containing arbitration clause. Arbitration—Plea of Fraud—Duty of the Court is to impart “sense of business efficacy” to the commercial transactions pointing out that mere allegations of fraud were not sufficient to decline to refer the parties to arbitration.

By | July 25th, 2018|Arbitration|

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March 2018

January 2018