Section 23(3) of the arbitration & conciliation act,1996


An order passed U/Sec.23(3) of the ArbitraArbitration & Conciliation Act,1996, whether such order appellable before High Court? If yes under what Section/Article/Provisions?
 
Reply   
 

sec 23(3) of arbitration act deals with filing of additional statement of claims! what order do you want to challenge? that the arbitrator did not allow you to take additional grounds?
 
Reply   
 



Yes,the Arbitrator rejected the amendment of counter claim on the ground of delay,but still the evidence is not started,only issues are framed.
 
Reply   
 

Yes,the Arbitrator rejected the amendment of counter claim on the ground of delay,but still the evidence is not started,only issues are framed.
 
Reply   
 

Yes,the Arbitrator rejected the amendment of counter claim on the ground of delay,but still the evidence is not started,only issues are framed.
 
Reply   
 

Yes,the Arbitrator rejected the amendment of counter claim on the ground of delay,but still the evidence is not started,only issues are framed.
 
Reply   
 

Yes,the Arbitrator rejected the amendment of counter claim on the ground of delay,but still the evidence is not started,only issues are framed.
 
Reply   
 

Yes,the Arbitrator rejected the amendment of counter claim on the ground of delay,but still the evidence is not started,only issues are framed.
 
Reply   
 

Yes,the Arbitrator rejected the amendment of counter claim on the ground of delay,but still the evidence is not started,only issues are framed.
 
Reply   
 

okay, but delay here probably does not signify the stage of proceeding, but rather the time agreed upon between the parties or determined by the arbitrator(section 23 subsection 1). so it is to be considered whether any time was agreed upon, or whether there was any agreement laying an embargo on amending the claims.

you need to find relevant precedents of the apex court to take this matter in appeal, becase under the statute itself, such order is not appealable. your counsel, if any, would be better suited to guide you and research on such relevant judgments.
 
Reply   
 

LEAVE A REPLY


    

Your are not logged in . Please login to post replies

Click here to Login / Register  



 

Search Forum:








×

  LAWyersclubindia Menu