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Arbitration in India Decoded, All you Should Know

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India is one of the fastest growing Economy of the World. Arbitration is the most preferred dispute resolution method today in business contracts. The law offers a choice upon the parties to en...

What are Leading Arbitration Institutions of the World

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Arbitration is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution. ADR methods enjoy significant advantages such as lower costs, greater flexibility of process, higher confidentiality, greater likelihood...

Decoding The Meaning Of Public Policy: Discussing The Roles Played By The Jud...

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The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Act) was framed to minimize judicial interference. Accordingly, Section 34 of Act, provides limited grounds on which an aggrieved party can rely on a...

Judicial precedents of ADR in India

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With the uprising development of nation the burden falls over the judiciary. Even at this 21st century there is a lack of required law for establishing social norms and peace. Our judiciary sys...

Arbitrability Of Competition Law Disputes

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The fast track process in adjudicating the dispute by the arbitration proceedings has created a craze in most of the parties to get their dispute resolved through the arbitration irrespective o...

ADR Helps In Better Access to Justice

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ADR Helps In Better Access to JusticeThe access to Justice is one of the essential rights of every citizen. But to what extent this is really being accessible. This is not that courts are not ...

How Mediator As Distinguished From Conciliator And Adjudicator

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Arbitration, mediation and conciliation are the main Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism which is generally adopted by the people to resolve their disputes in an informal manner. They try ...

Change Of Seat Of Arbitration By Mutual Agreement

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The issue about whether an Arbitration proceeding's inimitable jurisdiction could be enmeshed on the grounds of the Seat of Arbitration, regardless as to whether any cause of action has surface...

Can an Arbitration Agreement be binding on the non-signatories to the Agreement?

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Section 7 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996[1], defines an Arbitration Agreement as an agreement signed by the parties to submit to the process of arbitration all or any certain dis...

Time Extension In Arbitration In India: A Garden-Fresh Controversy

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The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules 1976 became the basis for the advent of arbitration legislation in India. The Indian law of arb...