Designation of Seat is akin to Exclusive Jurisdiction

Payal Chawla In a welcome recent decision of Indus Mobile Distribution Pvt. Ltd. v. Datawind Innovations Pvt. Ltd. [(2017) 7 SCC 678], the Hon’ble Supreme Court provided the much-needed clarity on the juridical seat in relation to domestic arbitration. Brief facts of Indus Mobile: The appellant (Indus Mobile) and respondent No. 1 (Datawind Innovations) entered into a contract whereby…

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Public Policy And The Wednesbury Principle: The Post-Amendment Need For Clarity

Payal Chawla This article was first published in Corporate LiveWire Magazine on 09.01.2017 Under the (Indian) Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996, there are essentially three types of arbitrations: purely domestic arbitrations (where both parties are Indian and the arbitration is held in India); International Commercial Arbitration or ICA (where at least one of the parties…

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