The object of arbitration is to ensure effective, quick and consensual decision making process evading the arduous process of courts. Despite the independence, the support of court is inevitable in certain areas like pre-arbitral procedure, during arbitration proceedings and post arbitration. The paradox of arbitration is that it seeks the co-operation of the very judicial authorities from which it wants to free itself. Therefore it is necessary to carefully calibrate the balance between judicial intervention and judicial restraint.
By Miracline Paul Susi. T & Rini Mathew, IV year, B.A. LL.B(Hons), School of Law, SASTRA University
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.
– 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