Non-signatory to contract can invoke arbitration clause: Karnataka HCSeptember 19 2019
The Karnataka High Court has reiterated the position that a third party can invoke the arbitration clause in a contract against a signatory.
A ruling to this effect was passed by a Bench of Justice Alok Aradhe in petitions challenging an order of the Karnataka government resulting in the cancellation of a contract.
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