Sanctioning Profit loss Claim Without Proof Conflicts with Indian Policy

Sanctioning Claim for Loss of Profit in Absence of Substantial Proof Is in Conflict with Public Policy of India: Apex Court

Introduction In the context of interpreting an award deemed to be patently illegal and conflicting with public policy, the Supreme Court in M/s. Unibros v. All India Radio[1], clarified that a claim for loss of

The Non – Non-Arbitrability of Consumer Disputes

The Non – Arbitrability of Consumer Disputes

In a recent decision[i], the Hon’ble Supreme Court (“SC”) has reiterated its stand on the non – arbitrability of consumer disputes under the present Indian dispute resolution regime. In doing so, the SC rejected an

Framework of the Mediation Act 2023

Framework of the Mediation Act, 2023

The Mediation Bill, 2023 was passed by the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha on August 1 2023 and August 7 2023, respectively. Subsequently, upon receipt of the presidential assent on September 14 2023, the

Delhi High Court Rules Out Applicability Of NN Global Mercantile In Case Of Agreements Executed By Or On Behalf Of The Government

Delhi High Court Rules Out Applicability Of NN Global Mercantile In Case Of Agreements Executed By Or On Behalf Of The Government

The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi (“DHC”), in a recent judgment passed in M/s. SVK Infrastructures (formally known as M/s. Satya Narain) vs. Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation Ltd.[1], while expounding apposite provisions of

Party Initiating Arbitration Must Follow Section 21 Procedure Delhi HC

Party Invoking Arbitration Is Bound To Conform To The Procedure Prescribed Under Section 21 Of The Arbitration And Conciliation Act: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court (“the HC”) in its recent judgment passed in the matter of Amit Guglani & Anr. Vs. L & T Housing Finance Ltd. & Anr.[1] held that compliance with section 21 of

SC Echoes Limiting HC Power in Appeal US. 34 - Larsen AC Case

Supreme Court Echoes Curtailing Power Of The High Court While Entertaining Appeal U/S. 34

In a recent appeal in the matter of M/s. Larsen Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Company versus Union of India & Ors.[1], the division bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India (“the SC”) while capturing

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