No anti-arbitration injunction unless proceeding is vexatious or oppressive, Delhi HCMarch 16 2019
The Delhi High Court has reiterated that no anti-arbitration injunction can be granted by a Court unless it is shown that the initiation of the arbitration proceeding is vexatious or oppressive.
The Judgement was passed by a Single Judge Bench of Justice Rajiv Shakdher in a plea by Himachal Sorang Power Private Limited (HSPL) and TAQA India Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd, seeking to restrain NCC Infrastructure Holdings Limited (NCCL) from commencing arbitration proceedings against them.
The dispute between the . . .
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