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Delhi HC quashes cheque bounce complaints, emphasizes mediation [Read Judgement]
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Delhi HC quashes cheque bounce complaints, emphasizes mediation [Read Judgement]

The Delhi High Court quashes cheque bounce complaints, emphasizing the importance of honoring mediation settlements to prevent judicial process abuse.

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Awarding interest is on the discretion of the arbitrator: Delhi High Court [Read Order] Judiciary
Awarding interest is on the discretion of the arbitrator: Delhi High Court [Read Order]

Delhi HC holds that in arbitration matters, award of interest and the interest rate thereon is the arbitrator's discretion.

SC sets aside judgment upholding arbitral award against DMRC [Read Judgment] Business
SC sets aside judgment upholding arbitral award against DMRC [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court overturns arbitral award favoring Reliance Infrastructure subsidiary against DMRC, citing grave miscarriage of justice.

For granting unconditional stay of Arbitration award, Fraud to be on face of record: Calcutta HC Judiciary
For granting unconditional stay of Arbitration award, Fraud to be on face of record: Calcutta HC

The Calcutta HC observed that 'fraud' has to be on the face of the record for granting unconditional stay of an Arbitration award.

SC asks Parliament to bring in period of limitation for appointment arbitrator [Read Judgment] Judiciary
SC asks Parliament to bring in period of limitation for appointment arbitrator [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court urges amendment for a specific time limit on arbitrator appointments to expedite dispute resolutions, amid COVID-19 considerations.

NCLT Mumbai agrees to hear Zee's plea seeking implementation of Sony merger

NCLT, Mumbai has sought reply from Sony Pictures Networks (now Culver Max) in an application filed by Zee Entertainment Enterprises.

In Arbitration, parties must give a resounding Yes: Calcutta High Court

In arbitration, there cant be any confusion, parties must be certain and give a resounding green signal, the Calcutta High Court ruled recently.

Steps being taken to make Supreme Courts operations completely paperless: CJI DY Chandrachud

Chief justice of the Supreme Court DY Chandrachud indicated that steps are being taken to make Supreme Courts operations completely paperless. Apart from reducing carbon footprint, doing away with pap...

Arbitration Agreements Can Be Bound on Non Signataries Under Group of Companies Doctrine in India [Read Judgment]

Explore the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on arbitration agreements: Non-signatory firms can be bound under the 'group of companies' doctrine in India. Dive into the details of the 152-page judgment...

Ex-judges holding arbitration system captive: says Vice President Dhankhar

VP Dhankhar echoes CJI's sentiments, and says retired judges have kept the arbitral system of the country in a "tight fist grip", denying chance to other qualified minds.

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