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Gau. HC: Party Can Invoke Arbitration Despite Alternative Remedy Available Under RERA Act - (14 Jun 2024)

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Gauhati High Court has held that the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 is not inconsistent or in derogation of the RERA Act. Thus, arbitration can be invoked by a party, despite the availability of the alternative remedy provided under the provisions of the RERA Act.

Tags : GAUHATI HIGH COURT   ALTERNATIVE REMEDY   RERA ACT  

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