The Arbitration Act, 1940 – Section 30 – Legal Principles governing the dispute between the parties – Interpretation of a contract may fall within the realm of the Arbitrator – The Court while dealing with an award would not reappreciate the evidence – An award containing reasons also may not be interfered with unless they are found to be perverse or based on a wrong Proposition of law – If two views are possible, it is trite, the Court will refrain itself from interfering.Read More »Arbitration | G. Ramachandra Reddy v. Union of India, C.A. No. 2479 of 2009 SC
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