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By Krrishan Singhania, Sarjana Pandey
Civil aviation is regarded as the backbone of the Indian transport industry.
By Srishti Singhania, Harshita Gupta
Antique Art Exports, the respondent/ claimant was running a factory and purchased two Standard Fire and Special Perils Insurance Policies.
By Krrishan Singhania, Sarjana Pandey, Raghav Beriwala
The Companies Act, 2013 was brought to solidify the law identifying companies in India by replacing the erstwhile Companies Act, 1956.
By Krrishan Singhania
From the time of its inception in 1950's Special Economic Zones have found a fundamental space within the economic policies of numerous developing economies including India.
By Alok Vajpeyi, Gauri Bharti
In 2014, when the United States proposed a Mediation Convention, there was a lot of debate on the subject matter and very little consensus.
By Krrishan Singhania, Alok Vajpeyi
The Arbitration & Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2019 was passed by Rajya Sabha on 18th July 2019 with the intent of making India the hub of International and Domestic Arbitration and promoting institutional arbitration.
By Krrishan Singhania, Krusha Maheshwari
With great popularity comes its own set of rights commonly known as personality rights.
By Krrishan Singhania, Alok Vajpeyi, Gauri Bharti
The Tribunal held that the Circular could be made applicable to the Contract.
By Krrishan Singhania
A cheque is a widely used method of payment and post-dated cheques are frequently used in various transactions in business life.
By Archana Deshmukh
Arbitration is a creature of contract. Generally disputes relating to rights in personam are considered to be arbitrable and disputes pertaining to right in rem are non-arbitrable and are required to be adjudicated by a court of law.
By Krrishan Singhania, Srishti Singhania
An entire agreement clause aims to ensure that all the terms and conditions governing the rights and obligations of the parties are set out in a single contractual document, superseding all prior negotiations and agreements.
By Krrishan Singhania, Srishti Singhania
The Supreme Court in Garware Wall Ropes Ltd. v. Coastal Marine Constructions & Engineering Ltd. , held that the Court cannot appoint the arbitrator in case the arbitration clause is contained in an unstamped or insufficiently stamped agreement.
By Krrishan Singhania, Sarjana Pandey
The banks can still opt for Project Sashakt as a resolution mechanism for stressed assets apart from the other measures.
By Krrishan Singhania, Alok Vajpeyi
Arbitration is a binding voluntary alternative dispute resolution process by a private forum chosen by the parties.