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Mohanakumaran
Wrote on 30 May 2011  

Excellent. For Every thing Judiciary has to step in!


Pradeep MK
Wrote on 27 February 2011  

I want full text of the judgment or citation or name of the parties and date of judgment. Pl help


Member (Account Deleted)
Wrote on 15 January 2011  

Can they do something with these designated Senior Counsels who charge a great deal of money. When a Lawyer can charge why cant a retired judge do that..... some one listening in SC..Do you understand how costly it has become to get justice...


Surrender K Singal
Wrote on 17 October 2010  

Arbitration as per Order dated 09.04.1987 has since been completed by Arbitral Tribunal in its AWARD dated 22.07.2010 in favour of Plaintiff - Mercury Rubber Mills against Defendant - The Oriental Insurance Co Ltd, but the same has not been executed / implemented by the PSU- Insurer - Defendant, so far, though the AWARD suffers from some unexplained short-Awarded claims of this hapless Insured- SSI unit, having been deprived of its legitimate claims under the Insurance Contract since 1981 (30th year running); Costs of Arbitration already suffered and the fear of further costs if a fresh Arbitration is ordered for the agitated short allowed claims is discouraging this SSI unit to seek such legitimate claims ! What is the procedure to get the AWARD corrected and executed ?


Member (Account Deleted)
Wrote on 09 July 2010  

now it is for sure these two judges of the SC will be impaneled from unofficial list of hopefuls maintained by the IAS.COM of becoming presiding officers of the eternal court of inquiries post retirement .What a tragedy .


Lawyerscba
Wrote on 13 May 2010  

The very preamble of Arbitration "Speedy and Economical Justice" is defeated by high fees and delay in arbitration proceeding. The fact is it has become one of the costiliest and time taking judicial remedy. Any intervention by Apex Court in putting this judicial remedy on right track is welcome!


Chanchal Nag Chowdhury
Wrote on 28 April 2010  

This brings to mind the famous words of Hon'ble Vivian Bose J.that honest men dread arbitration more than the dreaded law suits.


Surrender K Singal
Wrote on 18 April 2010  

Can't ICA provide any standard guidelenes for saving the suffering victim from such fleecing by Arbitral Tribunal whereas the presiding Arbitrator can easily act as Sole Arbitrator, once the two Arbitrators agree on ONE presiding Arbitrator; Where is the necessity to continue attendance of the earlier Arbitrators after both have agreed for another to preside who could thereafter, act as SOLE, enjoying his acceptance to both sides; Such would save atleast 2/3rd of the fleecing costs to the disputing parties !


digvijay singh thakur
Wrote on 02 April 2010  

fee not fixed in arbetration cases makes the desition more arbetry and partial as if the fee demanded is not relised it has full effect on the outcome of the award therefore i go with the decition of the supreme court that the fee should be fixed of the arbitrator appointed and the fee should be deposited in the court itself


digvijay singh thakur
Wrote on 02 April 2010  

fee not fixed in arbetration cases makes the desition more arbetry and partial as if the fee demanded is not relised it has full effect on the outcome of the award therefore i go with the decition of the supreme court that the fee should be fixed of the arbitrator appointed and the fee should be deposited in the court itself


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