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The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Arbitration Act) consolidates and amends the arbitration law and enforcement of the foreign arbitral awards. The legislative intent and essence of the Arbitration Act is to bring domestic as well as international commercial arbitration in consonance with the UNCITRAL Model Rules, the New York Convention, and the Geneva Convention....
Introduction The fact that the Indian judicial system is expensive and time-consuming is the source of the majority of critiques. The number of ongoing cases in Indian courts has risen dramatically in recent years. Lawyers always wanted to win cases in an adversarial judicial system like ours. Justice is not a prime facie factor. As...
Introduction A settlement agreement is a legally binding contract meant to resolve a dispute between parties. The purpose of a settlement agreement is to ensure that the other party does not approach the court. This blog seeks to explain how to draft a settlement agreement in conciliation proceedings. One should be very careful while drafting...
It is essential to choose to change with time, or else anything can become virtually defunct. Amendments to legislation are thus crucial to pump life and adapt to the consistently evolving industry/community demands. Based on the 1985 UNCITRAL, the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 governs arbitration and conciliation in India. There has been massive development,...
What is a settlement? Section 2(zi) of the Industrial Relations Code, 2020 defines the term “settlement.” A settlement has the following features: Made in the course of a concilaition proceedingIncludes a written agreement between employer and employee orAgreement signed by both parties in a prsecribed manner Copy of the agreement sent to an authorised officer...
Introduction Typically, the conciliation conference takes place as the second court date in family court. A Registrar conducts the conciliation conference by examining both sides of the case and helps explore options for resolving the issue.  How to prepare for a conciliation conference   Before the conciliation meeting, you must communicate information with each other...
The researcher has dealt with famous cases on conciliation in India in this blog. In addition, the majority involves disputes revolving around conciliation officers. For clarity, the researcher has divided each case into four parts: Name of the partiesFactsIssueJudgment Read Also – Arbitration and Conciliation – Two sides of the same coin, yet different. A...
Problems in the workplace, at times, soar to the point that outside intervention becomes unavoidable if the employer and the employee fail to resolve their dispute cordially. To avoid such an extent of the dispute costing heavily and a tiring legal proceeding, both the employer and the employee readily agree to management by external professionals....
ADR- An worldview Alternative Dispute Resolution or ADR has been a popular method to resolve disputes outside the judiciary courts. In the 1980s and 1990s, Canada’s experience with ADR techniques began to undergo a “cultural revolution.” During this time, ADR grew with the need for an alternative and the advised method to dispute resolution. That...
Arbitration is an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanism. The increasing burden of pending cases has necessitated its adoption. It seeks to provide an alternative solution to dispute adjudication outside the courtroom structure. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Act) governs the entire gamut of cases submitted to arbitration. Over time, the world has progressed to...
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