ANTI -ARBITRATION INJUNCTION: JURISDICTION AND DISCRETION

Khushi Mishra & Rajeev Dadhich  , Institute of Law, Nirma University.

Introduction

The approach of the Indian courts in dealing with the anti-arbitration injunction has been disjunctive and imbalanced. On 12th Aug 2020, the Calcutta High court in Balasore Alloys Limited v. Medima LLC attempted to clarify the position of the Indian courts to grant an anti-arbitration injunction in a foreign seated arbitration. It held that the Indian courts have inherent power to grant anti-arbitration injunction, subject to a higher degree of the threshold. Anti-arbitration injunctions are often viewed as a challenge to the arbitral tribunals’ power to determine its own jurisdictions, generally regarded as the Kompetenz- kompetenz principle, which is perceived to be the pillar of the arbitration framework.

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STATUS QUO OF THIRD-PARTY FUNDING IN INDIA

Siddharth Chechani, Advocate, Supreme Court of India

 Introduction

International arbitration with its global and distinctly adaptive nature has continued to grow amongst major business transactions. Multinational companies are opting for International Commercial Arbitration considering its speedy disposal mechanism and its expertise to resolve the complex business matters in a time bound manner. It started in the early years of twenty first century from Australia, and subsequently this practice has been adopted in United Kingdom, and in United States of America (‘USA’) respectively.[1] 

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