Arbitration Law

TRF Ltd. V. Energo Engineering Projects Ltd.

Once the arbitrator has become ineligible by operation of law, he cannot nominate another as an arbitrator Case name: TRF Ltd.. & Ors. V. Energo Engineering Projects Ltd. Case number: CIVIL APPEAL NO. 5306 OF 2017 Court: THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Bench: Dipak Misra J, A.M. Khanwilkar J, Mohan M. Shantanagoudar J Decided on: …

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The Project Director V/S M. Vijayalakshmi

A statute cannot be interpreted in such a manner as to make the remedy worse than a disease Case name: The Project Director V/S M. Vijayalakshmi Case number: C.M.A Number- 560 of 2018 Court: Madras high court Bench: Justice T.S Sivagnanam, Justice R. Tharani Decided on: FEBRUARY 13, 2020 Relevant Act/Sections: Arbitration and conciliation act, …

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Sudhir Gopi V. Indira Gandhi National Open University

The arbitral tribunal, being a creature of limited jurisdiction, has no power to extend the scope of the arbitral proceedings to include persons who have not consented to arbitrate. Thus, an arbitrator would not have the power to pierce the corporate veil to bind other parties who have not agreed to arbitrate. Case name: Sudhir …

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Sterlite Technologies Limited vs Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited

Court cannot interfere with an arbitral award on the ground that Justice has not been done Case name: Sterlite Technologies Limited vs Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited Case number/Citation:  O.P.Nos.200 of 2011 and 774 of 2012 Court: High Court of Judicature at Bombay Bench:  Hon’ble Justice P.T.ASHA Decided on: December 11, 2019                                                                          Relevant Act/Sections: Section 34 …

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Union of India v/s Pradeep Vinod Construction Company

“Whenever the agreement specifically provides for appointment of named arbitrators, the appointment of arbitrator should be in terms of the contract” Case name:Union of India v/s Pradeep Vinod Construction Company Case number:Civil Appeal No.6400 OF 2016 Court:The Supreme Court of India Bench:JusticeR. Banumathi, Justice A.S. Bopanna, Justice Hrishikesh Roy Decided on:November 14, 2019 Relevant Act/Sections:Section …

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Union Of India V. Parmar Construction Company

“It is the duty of the Courts to first resort to the mechanism in appointment of an arbitrator as per the terms of contract as agreed by the parties” Case name: Union Of India V. Parmar Construction Company Case number/Citation: C. A. No. 003303-003303 Court: Supreme Court of India Bench: HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE A.M. KHANWILKAR …

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Global Aviation Services Pvt Ltd V/S Airports Authority of India

“The expression “in relation to the arbitral proceedings” prescribed in section 26 has to be read with section 21 of the arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996” Case name: Global Aviation Services Pvt Ltd V/S Airports Authority Of India Case number: Commercial arbitration petition number- 434 of 2007 Court: Bombay high court Bench: Justice R.D Dhanuka …

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