Arbitration Act, [Repealed] Complete Act – Bare Act Central Government. Year, Repealing Act1 – ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT, THE ARBITRATION ACT in India Bare Acts, Banking and Insurance, Business and Corporate, Constitutional, Consumer Laws, Criminal Law, Energy, . Arbitration and Conciliation Act Indian Bare Acts at and Conciliation Act, and section 34 of the Arbitration Act, is different.
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List Judgments citing this Act.
Arbitration and Conciliation Act
Section1 – Short title, extent and commencement. Section3 – Provisions in implied arbitration agreement.
Section4 – Agreement that arbitrators be appointed by the third party. Section5 – Authority of appointed arbitrator or unpire irrevocable except by leave of court. Section6 – Arbitration agreement not to be discharged by death of party thereto. Section8 – Power of court to appoint arbitrator of umpire. Section9 – Power to party to appoint new arbitrator or in certain cases, a sole arbitrator.
Section10 – Provisions as to appointment of three of more arbitrators. Section11 – Power to court to conciliaton arbitrators or unpire in certain circumstances.
Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Section12 – Power of court where arbitrator is removed or his authority revoked. Section18 – Power of court to pass interim orders.
Section19 – Power to supersede arbitration where award becomes void or is set aside. Section20 – Application to file in court arbitration agreement. Section21 – Parties to suit may apply arbitrafion order of reference.
Arbitration Act, | Bare Acts | Law Library | AdvocateKhoj
Section24 – Reference to arbitration by some of the parties. Section25 – Provisions applicable to arbitrations under this this chapter. Section27 – Power of arbitrators to make an interim award. Section28 – Power to court only to enlarge time for making award. Section32 – Bar to suits contesting arbitration agreement or award.
Concioiation – Arbitration agreement or award to be contested by application. Section34 – Power to stay legal proceeding where there is an arbitration agreement. Section35 – Effect of legal proceedings on arbitration.
Section36 – Power of court, where arbitration agreement is ordered not to apply to a particular difference, to order that a provision making an award a condition precedent to an action arbitratin not shall not apply to such difference. Section38 – Disputes as to arbitrators remuneration or costs. Section40 – Small cause Court not to have jurisdiction over arbitratons save arbitrations in suits before it.
THE ARBITRATION ACT, 1940
Section42 – Service of notice by party or arbitrator. Section43 – Power of court to issue processes for appearance concilkation arbitrator. Section46 – Application of act to statutory arbitrations.