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Sureshu Kumar (Assistant law officer)     25 August 2011

Arbitration clauses in unregistered and unstamped documents

The Supreme Court of India recently examined the validity and effect of an arbitration clause contained in an unregistered and unstamped lease deed. 

 

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DIVYAA (STUDENT)     26 August 2011

Where is the attachment ?

CS Usha Nimesh (Company Secretary)     30 August 2011

attachment????

Ajay Kumar (Administration)     20 September 2011

Kindly upload the attachment.

jp mauyra (developer)     23 September 2011

Originally posted by :Sureshu Kumar
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The Supreme Court of India recently examined the validity and effect of an arbitration clause contained in an unregistered and unstamped lease deed. 

 

See attachment
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Narender Raj G (Advocate)     28 September 2011

where is the attachment...???????

Narender Raj G (Advocate)     19 October 2011

This issue is decided by the Hon'ble Apex Court in M/S SMS Tea Estates pvt. Ltd. vs. M. /S. chandmari Tea Co. Pvt. Ltd., reported at 2011(6) 707 

Narender Raj G (Advocate)     19 October 2011

M/S SMS Tea Estates pvt. Ltd. vs. M. /S. chandmari Tea Co. Pvt. Ltd., reported at 2011(6) SCJ 707 


(Guest)

Here is an attachment;

M/S Sms Tea Estates P.Ltd. vs M/S Chandmari Tea Co.P.Ltd. on 20 July, 2011


Attached File : 336855705 m s sms tea estates p.ltd. vs m s chandmari tea co.p.ltd. on 20 july, 2011.pdf downloaded: 271 times

(Guest)

Here is a working file in pdf format.


Attached File : 336855705 m s sms tea estates p.ltd. vs m s chandmari tea co.p.ltd. on 20 july, 2011.pdf downloaded: 198 times

ashok kumar singh (Advocate)     24 January 2012

agree with expert opinion, thanks.


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