Delhi High Court’s judgment marks the end of ‘in-house’ arbitratorsMay 10 2016
A recent judgment of the Delhi High Court is likely to have significant repercussions in the country’s arbitration regime.
Justice Manmohan Singh of the Delhi High Court has recently passed a verdict involving Section 12(5) of the amended Arbitration & Conciliation Act of 1996.
Hearing a dispute between Assignia-VIL JV and the Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd, the High Court observed that S.12(5) “mandates” that if the arbitrator and the parties involved enjoy any of . . .
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