Waiver of Right to Object in Arbitral Proceedings: What the Supreme Court observed [Read Judgment]

In the course of the judgment, the Court has also commented on why the specification of a "place of arbitration" may have more significance in International Commercial Arbitration, rather than in domestic arbitration.
Supreme Court of India
Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court on Wednesday had occasion to make pertinent observations regarding when a party would waive the right to object to the conduct of arbitral proceedings. (Quippo Construction Equipment ltd vs. Janardan Nirman Pvt. Ltd.)

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