Arbitrator cannot be appointed unilaterally by one party: Delhi High Court

The High Court held that no party can be permitted to unilaterally appoint an arbitrator since the same will defeat the purpose of unbiased adjudication.
Arbitrator cannot be appointed unilaterally by one party: Delhi High Court
Arbitration and Conciliation

The Delhi High Court recently reiterated that no party to an arbitration can be allowed to unilaterally appoint an arbitrator as the same shall defeat the purpose of unbiased adjudication of dispute between the parties (Sivanssh Infrastructure Development Pvt. Ltd. v. Army Welfare Housing Organization).

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