The burden to establish that the Respondent had an intention to consent to arbitration agreement was on the Applicant

[Case Brief] Reckitt Benckiser (India) Private Limited v/s Reynders Label printing India Private Limited & Ors

Case name Reckitt Benckiser (India) Private Limited v/s Reynders Label printing India Private Limited & Ors Case number Arbitration (Civil) Number 65 of 2016 Court Supreme Court of India  Bench Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice Ajay Rastogi Author of…

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A procedural order needs to be differentiated from an interim award as only the latter can be challenged in the court of law.

[Case Brief] ONGC Petro Additions Limited v/s Tecnimont S.P.A & Ors

Case name ONGC Petro Additions Limited v/s Tecnimont S.P.A & Ors Case number O.M.P (Comm) 196/2019 and I.A. 7134 of 2019 Court Delhi High Court Bench Justice Sanjeev Narula Decided on  July 1, 2019 Relevant Act/Sections Arbitration and Conciliation…

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The arbitrator could not decide upon the legal issue of fraud and criminal misappropriation of funds in arbitration proceedings

[Case Brief] N. Radhakrishnan v/s M/s Maestro Engineers & Ors

Case name N. Radhakrishnan v/s M/s Maestro Engineers & Ors Case number Civil Appeal Number 7019 of 2009 Court Supreme Court of India Bench Justice Tarun Chaterjee Decided on October 22, 2009 Relevant Act/Sections Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996-…

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Even though there was a pending criminal proceeding, it would cause no prejudice to the parties if the matter were referred to arbitration.

[Case Brief] Swiss Timing Limited v/s Organising Committee, Commonwealth Games

Case name Swiss Timing Limited v/s Organising Committee, Commonwealth Games Case number Arbitration Petitions 34 of 2013 Court Supreme Court of India Bench Justice Surinder Singh Najjar Decided on  May 28, 2014 Relevant Act/Sections  Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996-…

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All disputes relating to rights in personam are considered arbitrable and those relating to rights in rem are considered non-arbitrable.

[Case Brief] Booz Allen & Hamilton Inc. v/s SBI Home Finance Ltd. & Ors

Case name Booz Allen & Hamilton Inc. v/s SBI Home Finance Ltd. & Ors Case number Civil Appeal Number 5440 of 2002 Court Supreme Court of India Bench Justice R.V.Raveendran and Justice J.M. Panchal Author of the judgment Justice…

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Eviction and tenancy matters, which are governed by a special legislation, will have the jurisdiction of the authority mentioned in the special legislation only.

[Case Brief] Natraj Studios (P) Ltd. v/s Navrang Studios & Others

Case name Natraj Studios (P) Ltd. v/s Navrang Studios & Others Case number Civil Appeal Number 1906 and 1907 of 1980 Court Supreme Court of India Bench Justice O. Chinnappa Reddy, Justice Baharul Islam,  Justice R.S. Pathak Author of…

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On the fulfillment of certain conditions, the waiver of the waiting period for the second motion under the Hindu Marriage Act will be at the discretion of the Court.

[Case Brief] Amardeep Singh vs Harveen Kaur

CASE NAME Amardeep Singh vs Harveen Kaur CASE NUMBER Civil Appeal No 11158 of 2017 COURT Supreme Court of India BENCH Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel and Justice Uday Umesh Lalit AUTHOR OF THE JUDGMENT Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel DECIDED…

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The games like darts, which are played in amusement parks, are games of skills in technique; but, the manner in which they are actually played makes them games of chance

[Case Brief] Manoranjitham Manamyil Mandram vs The State Of Tamil Nadu And Ors.

Case name Manoranjitham Manamyil Mandram vs The State Of Tamil Nadu And Ors. Case number AIR 2005 Mad 261 Court Madras High Court Bench Justice P Dinakaran, Justice S A Kumar Author of the judgment Justice P Dinakaran Decided…

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