The Viewpoint – The Jurisdiction of Indian Courts in International Commercial Arbitration

 

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.[1] However, till a recent change, this was subject to a caveat, for, as an eminent jurist observed, “In the Indian . . .

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