Dispute Resolution Bulletin
For an arbitration clause to be enforceable under Indian law, it must satisfy the criteria for a valid contract provided under the Indian Contract Act, 1872. For instance, contracting parties...
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As we all know, the judicial process is marred by delays and even the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) for resolving disputes invariably end up in a courtroom. Swathed...
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Arbitration emerged as an alternate means of resolving differences in a fair and timely manner. By means of an “arbitration clause” in an agreement parties mutually agree to refer specific...
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