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Madras HC: Section 34 Proceedings Are Summary in Nature; Does Not Permit Additional Evidence - (29 Apr 2022)

ARBITRATION

Madras High Court has ruled that the challenge proceedings under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 are summary in nature, hence, no additional document shall be allowed to be brought in at that stage unless absolutely warranted.

Tags : MADRAS HIGH COURT   SECTION 34   ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT   1996   ARBITRAL TRIBUNAL  

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