AMENDMENTS TO INDIA’S ARBITRATION ACT: AN ANALYSIS

It often used for the resolution of commercial disputes mainly in the context of international commercial transactions. Certain countries like such as the United States, arbitration is also frequently employed in consumer and employment matters, where arbitration may be mandated by the terms of employment or commercial contracts. Arbitration is a method for the resolution of disputes outside the courts. It is a form of “alternative dispute resolution” (ADR).

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Dimple Agarwal & Pragati Jaiswal, 2nd year, BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF LEGAL STUDIES

PPT: ARBITRATION IN INDIA

Arbitration is the means by which the parties to a dispute get the same settled through the intervention of third person(or more persons) but without recourse to a Court of Law. The settlement of dispute is arrived by the judgment of third person(or more persons) who are called Arbitrators.

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-By Vikas Yadav, B.A.LL.B, Indore Institute of Law, Indore (D.A.V.V)

PPT: ISSUES IN THE INDIAN ARBITRATION LAW

This PPT will take into consider the following aspects:

  1. 1940 Indian Arbitration Act;
  2. 1966 Arbitration and Conciliation Act;
  3. 2015  Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment ) Ordinance.

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By Shivangi Gupta & Rutvik Lingayat, 4th Year, BA LLB, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

PPT: ARBITRATION

This PPT first starts by the discussion on The Arbitration and Conciliation Act in brief. It later on dives deeper into observing the role of Courts in appointing arbitrators, grounds of challenge to arbitral awards the background to, and likely effect of the key amendments proposed in the consultation paper. It also considers the other measures that are necessary for India to become an attractive jurisdiction for arbitration.

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By Himani Patel & Vaishnavi Agarwal, 2nd Year, BA LLB, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

PPT: DEVELOPMENT OF ARBITRATION IN INDIA

In any country, disputes are common between two parties involved in business, contracts etc. So, whenever there is a dispute raised between two parties, they will look into only solution that is Court. When the people approach the Court, there will be delay in the decision, even though right to speedy trail is a fundamental right. So, for avoiding this kind of delay and to get a remedy soon and effectively with proper justice in the decision, the ‘Alternative dispute resolution’ [ADR] was mooted.

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-By Mallikarjun N.K, B.B.A. LL.B [Hon’s], 4th year, Karnataka State Law University

PPT: INDO-INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION

Human clashes are unavoidable and disputes are similarly inescapable.  Disputes do arise among people in relation to their personal life, family life, economic life and political life. Since disputes are inevitable, there is an urgent need to find a quick and easy method of resolution. Disputes must be resolved at minimum possible cost both in terms of money and time, so that more time and more resources are spared for constructive pursuits.

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– By Ashish Gupta, B.A. LL.B (Hons.) 4th Year, CHANDERPRABHU JAIN COLLEGE OF HIGHER STUDIES & SCHOOL OF LAW, GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY, DELHI