Appointment of Arbitrators and Composition of Arbitral Tribunal

A Game of Even – Odd Numbers Vedang Mishra, Research Associate The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (the Act), which is based on the UNCITRAL Model Law, has brought drastic changes in the law of arbitration and conciliation as was then prevalent in India. The purpose of parties choosing arbitration as against the ordinary court litigation is that the hand- picked expert tribunal would be...

Operation of Coastal Zone Regulations: Its Legal Implications – An Insight

Anshu Bansal, Research Associate Mrs. Gandhi’s concerns about protecting the environment and ecology of India’s coasts which held sway for almost 20 years, now go for a toss under a regime supervised by her daughter-in-law and grandson1. Indira Gandhi during her tenure restricted any kind of activities within 500 meters of the high tide line. In 1991, notification relating to the coastal regulation...

Specific Performance of Contracts

Abhinav Gaur, Research Associate Every contract broaches an obligation upon each party to such contract, to either do or not to do something. Upon breach of such obligation created by a promise to an act/omission under the agreed terms of contract, is raised a right upon the Promisee to get compensated for losses incurred due to such breach by the Promisor and simultaneously is raised another obligation...