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Supreme Court holds that stamp duty is not necessary for enforcement of foreign awards in India*
The arbitral award ("Award") was delivered in London under the ICC Rules on 12 February 2015 in the arbitration between Shriram EPC Limited ("Petitioner") and Rio Glass Solar SA ("Respondent").
India
21 Sep 2018
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Delhi High Court holds that limitation period for filing application for appointment of arbitrator under Section 11 cannot be extended by issuing a second/fresh notice invoking arbitration*
The Petitioner in the matter relies on an arbitration clause as contained in the Supplementary Deed of Partnership dated 9 July 2012. Since certain disputes had arisen between the parties on 29 September 2014, the Petitioner had filed a petition being OMP No. 1198 of 2014 under Section 9 ("Section 9 Petition") of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 ("Act").
India
14 Aug 2018
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Supreme Court States That There Is No Bar To Plea Of Jurisdiction Being Raised In Objection Under Section 34 Of The Arbitration Act Even If The Same Was Not Raised Under Section 16
The disputes between M/s Lion Engineering Consultants ("Appellant") and State of Madhya Pradesh ("Respondent") in relation to a works contract were referred to arbitration.
India
12 Apr 2018
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Analysis Of The Arbitration And Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2018
The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2018 to further amend the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 was approved on 7 March 2018 by Cabinet of Ministers for introduction...
India
13 Mar 2018
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Supreme Court Holds That Enforcement Of An Award Through Its Execution Can Be Filed Anywhere In The Country Where Such Decree Can Be Executed
In disputes between Sundaram Finance Limited ("Appellant") and Abdul Samad in relation to default in repayment of a loan, an ex-parte arbitration award was made on 22 October 2011 in favour of the Appellant ("Award").
India
22 Feb 2018
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Delhi High Court Reiterates The Scope Of Judicial Interference And Challenge Under Sections 34 And 37 Of The Arbitration Act*
Whether the Single Judge of the High Court erred in upholding the arbitral Award, warranting interference under Section 37 of the Act.
India
2 Feb 2018
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