Government of Haryana v. G.F. Toll Road Pvt. Ltd.

In this case, parties entered into a contract of Construction, Operation and Maintenance for Gurgaon Faridabad Road and Ballabgarh Sohna Road. The contract stated in its Arbitration clause that in case a dispute arises, three arbitrators will form the Arbitral Tribunal where each party will select one Arbitrator and the third Arbitrator shall be appointed as per the rules of the Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA).

The issues which caused the dispute between the parties were:

Punjab State Power Corporation V. EMTA Coal Ltd. & Anr. [Specail Leave to Appeal © No. 8482/2020

In the present case, the petitioner(s) is Punjab State Power Corporation, and the respondent(s) is EMTA Coal Ltd. & Anr. The petitioner filed a writ petition against the Arbitral Tribunal in the High Court that was passed on 08. 01. 2017. The court dismissed the petition on observing that the petition was filed only at the last minute before the conclusion of the Arbitral Tribunal.

Tamil Nadu civil supplies v M/s Albert & co., Egmore., Dated 27/march/2000

Petition was filed under section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 to set aside the award that was passed by the Arbitrator.

What is section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation act?

It is an action of recourse to a court for filing against the arbitral award. Following the action proper reasons have been stated that should be fulfilled by the person/company in action.

What was the case?


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To understand the benefits of arbitration more effectively, let’s look at one of the recent case studies. The telecom company Vodafone and Indian Tax department.
Following is not a detailed analysis of the case however, the intent is to show the benefits that come with opting arbitration to resolve your disputes.

Arbitration Case of Jindal Rail Infrastructure.

Arbitration is a means of solving disputes between two parties, outside the courts, In which a third party reviews the case and imposes a decision. Indian Railways is a government entity under the ministry of Railways that operates the National Railway system. Jindal Rail Infrastructure is a Delhi based company that provides rail facilities in Delhi. Sometimes these big companies of India also fall into disputes.

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