A dispute is referred to arbitration, means it is end of a case and award should not be set aside unless in rarest of rare case: Shyam Divan

Shyam Divan speaking on Indian Arbitrators in the Global forums and much more about Arbitration Law
A dispute is referred to arbitration, means it is end of a case and award should not be set aside unless in rarest of rare case: Shyam Divan
Senior Advocate Shyam Divan

Calling for the adoption of an approach which is consistent with global norms, Senior Advocate Shyam Divan remarked that when parties refer their dispute to an arbitration forum, it should be the end of the case and the award should not be set aside unless in the rarest of rare cases.

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