From arbitration to computing damages, here're the key court orders

The Supreme Court does not generally interfere in an interim order, but if a high court passes an order, which affects the revenue of the state, it will interfere in the public interest

Illustration: Binay Sinha

The court stated so in its judgement in Rajasthan Warehousing Corporation vs Star Warehousing. Illustration: Binay Sinha

M J Antony
Stern remarks on arbitration, GST working
The Delhi High Court, where most commercial litigation starts, has made notable observations in two judgments about the conduct of such suits. While dismissing the arbitration appeal, Gammon India vs NHAI, it remarked “arbitration has become complex owing to several reasons, such as long delays, challenges in enforcement, high costs, multiple invocations, references, tribunals, awards, and challenges between the same parties in respect of the same contract or series of contracts. Repeated steps have been taken in judgments and by amendments to the law, to make the system efficient, but more needs to be done”. The other judgment was on GST. “We have time and again made adverse remarks on the procedural working of

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First Published: Jul 12 2020 | 6:29 PM IST

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