Section 9 Of Arbitration And Conciliation Act 1996 Pdf File
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- Interim Relief in Foreign-Seated Arbitrations – Efficacious Remedy and Implied Exclusion
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The trend of arbitration has increased tremendously over the past decade, at both national and international level. Arbitration is a mechanism whereby which the parties enter into an agreement, either in advance or after the dispute crops up, to resolve their dispute privately and expeditiously. But the key to a successful arbitration is restricted interference by judicial courts in the arbitration proceedings.
The main objective of the Arbitration Act is to make provision for an arbitral procedure which is fair, efficient and capable of meeting the needs of the specific arbitration and to minimize the supervisory role of the courts in the arbitral process and to permit an arbitral tribunal to use mediation, conciliation or other procedures during the arbitral proceedings in settlement of the disputes. In furtherance of the aforesaid objective, the Arbitration Act underwent two major amendments in the year and , respectively, in order to bring forth pertinent changes in the arbitration landscape of the country with the sole motive of making India an arbitration friendly nation. This compilation seeks to identify the significant developments in arbitration law by the courts of India after the advent of the COVID pandemic i. Section 2 1 f. Which would be the relevant court to entertain a Section 9 application, arising out of a foreign seated arbitration proceeding, where both the parties to the dispute are Indian entities?
Interim Relief in Foreign-Seated Arbitrations – Efficacious Remedy and Implied Exclusion
The Arbitration Act c 23 is an Act of Parliament which regulates arbitration proceedings within the jurisdiction of England and Wales and Northern Ireland. The Act only applies to parts of the United Kingdom. This is a position which has been subject to criticism. The Act mandates that the general duty of the arbitral tribunal is to: . The various subsequent provisions relating to the conduct of arbitrations are largely pinned upon this overriding duty.
Except as otherwise provided in any particular case, the provisions of this Act shall apply to domestic arbitration and international arbitration. Competence of arbitral tribunal to rule on its jurisdiction. The parties shall be treated with equality, and each party shall be given reasonable opportunity for presenting his or her case. Unless the parties agree, the arbitral proceedings in respect of a particular dispute shall commence on the date on which a request for the dispute to be referred to arbitration is received by the respondent. The arbitral tribunal, or a party with the approval of the arbitral tribunal, may request from the court assistance in taking evidence, and the court may execute the request within its competence and according to its rules on taking evidence.
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5. THE ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT, ACT No. 26 OF (5) The reference in a contract to a document containing an arbitration clause constitutes an Section 9 shall be renumbered as sub-section (1) thereof by s.
Arbitration Act 1996
Arbitration and Conciliation Act repealed old Arbitration Act and incorporated law relating to domestic arbitration, international commercial arbitration and law relating to conciliation. The arbitrators are vested with powers for deciding matters such as law to be applied, procedure to be followed for evidence, jurisdiction, venue, interest etc. As these factors contribute to speedy arbitral process, it is quite common to find arbitration clause in commercial agreements.
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U-shin Limited and Ors. In arriving at its decision, the Division Bench held that even when an application for interim relief before Indian courts under Section 9 of the Act in a foreign-seated arbitration is maintainable, such application would not lie after the constitution of the arbitral tribunal, unless it can be proven that there is no efficacious remedy before the tribunal. On the facts of the case before it, the Division Bench held that there is nothing to show that remedy before the arbitral tribunal is inefficacious and that the arbitral tribunal had been constituted.