This guest-post is authored by Pareekshit Bishnoi. Pareekshit is an advocate practicing before courts and tribunals at Delhi. He graduated from the National Law University, Odisha. Pareeskhit regularly appears before the Delhi High Court, Supreme Court, NCLT, NCLAT, and the NCDRC. He specializes in the laws of arbitration, insolvency and bankruptcy, consumer protection, transfer of … Continue reading Arbitral Tribunal’s Power to Re-examine Interim Reliefs decided by a Court
[This post was originally published here as an update by International Law Office (ILO)] In 2019 a three-judge bench (full bench) of the Bombay High Court had to decide whether the courts can exercise their power to grant interim or ad interim reliefs under Section 9 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 where the arbitration … Continue reading [Via ILO] Insufficiently stamped agreements: can parties still seek interim relief in support of India-seated arbitrations?
2018 was a rather interesting year for India’s evolving arbitration landscape. Among other things, last year witnessed several clarificatory decisions on arbitration that were much needed for much long. While Parliament was preparing to enact yet another amendment to the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Arbitration Act), Indian courts continued to interpret and flesh out … Continue reading IAB Annual Review: India’s Key Judicial Developments on Arbitration Law in 2018
In M. Ashraf v. Kasim (2018), the Kerala High Court (HC) reversed a lower court’s finding that no relief can be sought under Section 9(1) of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Arbitration Act/the Act) at a time when the final arbitral award has already been passed. As discussed below, the Kerala HC also clarified … Continue reading Post-award interim relief remains available from Court unless truly efficacious to approach Arbitral Tribunal: Kerala High Court