Arbitration

Dispute settlement through Meditation

Dispute settlement through Meditation Written By – Nalini tamang Mediation is a procedure in which the parties discuss their disputes with the assistance of a trained impartial third person(s) who assists them in reaching a settlement . It may be an informal meeting among the parties or a scheduled settlement conference. The dispute may either be pending in a court or potentially a dispute which may be filed in court. Cases suitable for mediation are …

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A Regulatory Body in the field of Arbitration: A Boon or Bane?

A Regulatory Body in the field of Arbitration: A Boon or Bane? Written by: KADAM NIKITHA & CH.SUSWANI The crucial objective of this arbitration is to obtain fair resolution of disputes which is supposed to be offered by an impartial tribunal without unnecessary delay or expenses .And the parties here are free to agree how their disputes are resolved and intervention by the courts should be restricted.[1] WANTED OR UNWANTED JUDICIAL INTERVENTIONS IN THE ARBITRAL …

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INSTITUTIONAL ARBITRATION: INDIAN APPROACH

Written by- Smriti Singh, BALLB 3rd year student ICFAI University Dehradun Introduction The key  behind arbitration is to allow parties to resolve disputes mutually, particularly in the business sector, without arduous judicial proceedings, thus reducing time and money and increasing efficiency, with minimal court interference. In India, where ad hoc arbitration is far more practical than institutional arbitration, parties, councils and arbitrators are beginning to recognize ad hoc arbitration as a fully scrutinized free procedure …

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PATENT ILLEGALITY- IMPORTANCE IN SETTING ASIDE OF AN ARBITRAL AWARD

Written by -Anjali Tripathi, 3rd Year, Amity Law School. Delhi (GGSIPU) Over the years, arbitration has developed as a viable and inexpensive mode of dispute resolution. It has provided autonomy to the parties along with decreasing the burden on the traditional judicial establishments. Arbitration has emerged as a mode of smooth dispute resolution, especially in the cases involving domestic and international matters of corporate affairs. The inexpensiveness and time-saving characteristics of this mode of dispute …

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