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Author(s)Surendra Malik
PublisherEastern Book Company
Publish YearJuly 2018


Supreme Court on Arbitration By Surendra Malik

This superb two-volume Encyclopaedia on the Law of Arbitration and Conciliation provides the most accurate, detailed, comprehensive and trustworthy source for the entire Supreme Court case law on the subject since 1950 till date with particular focus on exhaustively extracting every possible ruling of law on the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. Several cases covered herein will not be found anywhere else.

In the last few years the burst of rulings by the Supreme Court on the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 have been extremely profuse and detailed, and clarify the precise scope of the various provisions of the 1996 Act in many landmark judgments, all of which have been meticulously digested herein. The rulings on the1996 Act have been extracted with utmost diligence, realising the vital importance that efficacious dispute resolution via arbitration plays in commerce and the economic development of the nation.

Volume 1 of the present work incorporates case law from 1950 to (2001) 4 SCC and Volume 2 covers case law up to (2012) 6 SCC. The unique features of the Encyclopaedia include elaborate cross-references, cross-citations of all important law reports, Bench strength and Coram details, date of decision, annotations and valuable editorial notes.

Additionally, the work provides the text of the important statutes dealing with Arbitration and Conciliation – 1) The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996; 2) The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1940; 3) The Arbitration (Protocol and Convention) Act, 1937; 4) The Foreign Awards (Recognition and Enforcement) Act,1961; 5) United Nations Commission of International Trade Law (UNCITRAL); 6) UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules; 7) UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules; 8) Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Award.

This two-volume Encyclopaedia on the Law of Arbitration and Conciliation shall be found indispensible by Arbitrators, the Judiciary, the learned members of the Bar and all others who need the law of Arbitration and Conciliation.