Arbitrators cannot unilaterally decide own fees: Supreme Court [READ JUDGMENT]

The Court said that the principle of party autonomy plays a substantial role in the determination of arbitrators‘ fees as well.
Justices DY Chandrachud , Surya Kant and Sanjiv Khanna
Justices DY Chandrachud , Surya Kant and Sanjiv Khanna

The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that arbitrators do not have the power to issue binding and enforceable orders determining their own fees as such determination would violate the principles of party autonomy [Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd v Afcons Gunanusa JV].

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