Noida, UP India (PressExposure) December 05, 2007 -- Thorough analysis and correct legal updates and assessments from across the world. Relevant avenues of research and practice to exhaustively cover in a very detailed way, the Arbitration and Conciliation Act of 1996 and its detailed comparison with the English Arbitration Act, 1996 and UNCITRAL Model Law. By virtue of their expertise in arbitration, the Authors have been able to provide apposite critical analysis of the landmark judgments of the Supreme Court as well as High Courts and explain the fallacy wherever required
The book has about one hundred and fifty extensively researched and updated Acts and Rules in the Appendices. This book is an indispensable reference work for arbitrators, party representatives, lawyers, judges and everyone involved with any alternative dispute settlement mechanism. The authors are V.A. Mohta and Anoop V. Mohta. V.A. Mohta is a Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India. He was former Chief Justice of the Orissa High Court and is an acclaimed expert on Arbitration and Mediation. Anoop V. Mohta is a Judge of the Bombay High Court and was a practising lawyer before Bombay and Nagpur benches of the High Court. The Part on Mediation has been exclusively written by him.
About the Book
The much-acclaimed First Edition had already been quoted as an authoritative treatise by the Law Commission and the eminent jurists in India as well as abroad. Law Commission had indeed accepted suggestion of the Author for amending law on the State Immunity in the context acta jure gestionis. Authored by the two renowned Jurists, this Second Edition of the commentary covers the burgeoning cases on arbitration in India, along with the relevant legislative enactments, regulatory decisions and a plethora of international Acts and Rules. An independent Part on Mediation deals exhaustively with its varied aspects in as many as 22 headings. The book covers a large spectrum of laws on arbitration, conciliation and mediation such as Appointment of Arbitrators, Arbitration Schemes of Supreme Court and various High Courts, rules framed under the Arbitration Act by various High Courts, State Acts & Rules on Arbitration Tribunals, relevant extracts of important and related legislations, UNCITRAL Arbitration and Conciliation Rules, and various international conventions.
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