Cannot interfere with arbitral award on account of disagreement over inference drawn from evidence: Delhi High Court

The Court has also held that an Arbitral Tribunal cannot be said to have "grossly erred" if it has accepted electronic evidence without an affidavit under Section 65B of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
Arbitration and Conciliation
Arbitration and Conciliation

The Delhi High Court has ruled that it cannot interfere with an arbitral award merely on the ground that it does not concur with the inference drawn by the arbitral tribunal from the evidence led by the parties (Megha Enterprises vs Haldiram Snacks).

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