18 February 2020
An arbitrator is not a Judicial Officer and is not a civil court hence the interim order passed by it, even if violated by either of the parties, do not attract Contempt of Court proceedings though arbitrator can pass further order to restore the property in the same order as was before the order but cannot initiate the proceedings of contempt of court.
22 February 2020
I agree with experts Mr. Raj Kumar Makkad and Mr. Kishan Dutt. Interim order(s) of an Arbitrator do not attract the provisions of Contempt of Court Act and/or Section 2A of Code of Civil Procedure.
23 February 2020
There is no violation if the orders of the arbitration is not obeyed hence there is no contempt of court in this regard even if the violation is evidently proved. As the experts observed and advised the violation of the award passed by the arbitrator either interim or final many not attract contempt of court.