by Raj Panchmatia
Modern international commercial contracts usually tend to have arbitration as their preferred mode of dispute resolution. One can attribute this largely – other than its less palpable advantages such as party autonomy, confidentiality, venue etc – to the fact that it is relatively faster. However, till a recent change, this was subject to a caveat, for, as an eminent jurist observed, “In the Indian . . .
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