Can disputes be referred to arbitration if some contracts don't have arbitration clause? Delhi High Court answers

The Court considered the fact that the series of contracts arose out of the same project, and that the correspondence between the parties established that they had agreed to refer all disputes to arbitration.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court recently appointed an arbitrator to adjudicate disputes arising out of a series of contracts, including those which did not containing an independent arbitration clause. [MS KGPS Mechanical Pvt Ltd v. CINDA Engineering and Construction Pvt Ltd].

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