Introduction to Arbitration discusses the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 2006 and its predecessor legislation i.e. Arbitration Act, 1940 in the present day legal context.
The book apart from basic concepts also includes Conduct of Domestic Arbitration, the Role of Judiciary in Arbitration, International Commercial Arbitrations and the Enforcement of Foreign Awards. It also explains other types of ADR Methods such as Negotiation, Conciliation and Lok Adalats.
Short, accessible chapters so that one can go through the book with ease. Explains arbitration in a simple and concise way. Fully updated with latest legislative and case law developments. Chapter summaries giving the key points for quick revision. Question bank containing essay type, problem based and multiple choice questions included with each chapter. Contains tips on "How to Study the Subject" and prepare for examinations. Free Additional Learning Resources on EBC ExplorerTM (www.ebcexplorer.com):
1. Includes a companion web resource EBC ExplorerTM powered by SCC Online which provides access to important cases and statutes, indicated by the Case PilotTM and Statute PilotTM. 2. Faculty ResourcesTM – Helps to plan lectures. Also provides access to syllabus, reading lists alongwith notes and guidelines by author on how to teach the subject. 3. Crack ItTM – To take self tests and evaluate the level of preparation. 4. Articles on arbitration, updates, a discussion forum and host of other free learning resources also available.
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