Powers under Articles 226/ 227 should be used sparingly by High Courts when interfering with arbitral process: Supreme Court

Such power should be exercised only in exceptional rarity, wherein one party is left remediless under the statute or a clear ‘bad faith’ shown by one of the parties, the top court underscored.
NV RAMANA, SURYA KANT, HRISHIKESH ROY
NV RAMANA, SURYA KANT, HRISHIKESH ROY

Powers under Articles 226/227 should be used sparingly by High Courts when it comes to interfering with arbitral process, the Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday (Bhaven Construction v. Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam).

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