What the Supreme Court said on writ courts and patent lack of inherent jurisdiction of arbitral tribunals

The Bench noted that parties to arbitration agreements are invoking Article 227 jurisdiction of the High Courts even where there is no patent lack in inherent jurisdiction.
What the Supreme Court said on writ courts and patent lack of inherent jurisdiction of arbitral tribunals

The Supreme Court on Friday held that approaching writ courts against dismissal of an arbitration application by an arbitrator can only be entertained if it is clear that there was a patent lack of inherent jurisdiction.

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