When would an order of an Arbitral Tribunal amount to an interim award? Delhi HC answersJuly 3 2019
In a judgment passed on Monday, the Delhi High Court highlighted the principles to be borne in mind in deciding whether an order passed by an arbitral tribunal would qualify as an interim award within the meaning of Section 2(1)(c) of the Arbitration Act, 1996.
Pertinently, Justice Sanjeev Narula observed,
"The Arbitral Tribunal while passing such procedural order may determine certain valuable rights of the parties. However, it does . . .
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