Ad hoc arbitration go on endlessly; Some retired judges let it linger because of fee: Justice Indu Malhotra at CAN Foundation seminar

Supreme Court Justice Indu Malhotra speaking at a webinar along with Senior Advocate Shyam Divan and NLU Orissa Vice Chancellor SriKrishna DevaRao
Ad hoc arbitration go on endlessly; Some retired judges let it linger because of fee: Justice Indu Malhotra at CAN Foundation seminar
The CAN Foundation seminar on 'Evolution of Arbitration Law In India'

Speaking on the need to move from ad-hoc arbitrations to institutionalized arbitrations, Supreme Court judge, Justice Indu Malhotra said that the ad-hoc arbitrations went on endlessly.

I regret to say it but a lot of retired judges would let the arbitrations keep on pending because they were charging on a per hearing basis..The 2015 amendment has made a tremendous change by placing a statutory limit.
Justice Indu Malhotra
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