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rajesh_loka (n/a)     26 December 2007

Arbitration -lease agreement

If there is a clause of Arbitration in the lease agreement, can the parties still approach the Court in case of dispute.

Regards

Amit


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Shambasiv (n/a)     26 December 2007

Courts can be approached only for interim reliefs. Or for appointment of arbitrator.

Guest (n/a)     13 February 2008

in case the agreement contains arbitration clause and it is your case that the clause was obtained force , fraud, etc then you have to move suit for declaration. in absence u r bound by the agreement. i f agreement names the arbitrator any party can move before arbitrator without any direction of court other wise in absence of the name of arbitrator and on e party not ready for arbitration the party can move the High Court for appointment of the same.

anupam_advocate (n/a)     13 February 2008

Courts can be approached only for interim reliefs. Or for appointment of arbitrator

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