Commercial Courts Act does not divest powers of High Court to appoint arbitrator: Bombay High Court

The Court said it would be absurd to interpret that provision of Commercial Courts Act would take within it the ambit of the exclusive jurisdiction of High Court or Supreme Court to appoint an arbitral tribunal.
Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court recently observed that the Commercial Courts Act (CCA) does not disturb or divest powers of the High Court or Supreme Court to appoint arbitrators under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act (Act) [Uttam Energy Ltd. v. Shivratna Udyog Ltd.].

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