Courts in India are pro-arbitration; you can trust Indian judiciary for its absolute independence: CJI NV Ramana

The CJI was delivering the inaugural address at the Annual Meet of Indo-German Chamber of Commerce on the theme "Arbitration in a Globalised World- The Indian Experience" at Dortmund, Germany.
CJI NV Ramana
CJI NV Ramana

Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana on Tuesday said that the Indian Courts are pro-arbitration and they assist and support arbitration by leaving the substantive part of adjudication to the arbitral tribunal.

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