Issues of satisfaction of claims or existence of dispute rest with Arbitral Tribunal, Delhi HCFebruary 13 2019
Commenting on the scope of the Court to reject to a plea for appointment of an arbitrator post introduction of Section 11(6A) the Arbitration And Conciliation Act, 1996, the Delhi High Court has held that issues with regard to accord and satisfaction of claims or existence of a dispute would be decided by the Arbitral Tribunal.
Therefore, except for an open and shut case where a particular dispute does not fall within the four corners of the arbitration agreement between the parties, the matter . . .
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