Many lawyers have this weird confusion that one has to be learned in law to be appointed as an arbitrator. But to their surprise, no such law exists. Anyone can become an arbitrator.
Everyone has heard that arbitration costs less than litigation, but has anyone discussed how much it actually costs? The major part of the expense is the fees of the arbitrator. In this blog we will discuss the fee which arbitrator’s charge. We will also tell you what remedies which an arbitrator has if you don’t pay his fees.
Someday, a client might ask you where do you find an arbitrator? That would be the day you’d thank us for writing down the answer to this question. Right now, you probably can’t imagine how annoyed or disappointed your client would be if you would not be able to tell him the answer.
Learn about Arbitration Deeds, Submission Agreements and Arbitration incorporated by references. Also, see what types of cases can not be referred to arbitration.
Learn to figure out when should you prefer arbitration over courts while advising your clients or negotiating for agreements.
Find out how to lodge adequate complaints against men giving talaq by reciting talaq, talaq, talaq. Figure out the remedies available to women who are divorced in such manner. And find out what happens to the marriage after triple talaq.
Do you know the difference between attempt to acid attack and acid attack. Learn how to act against acid attacks as a legal professional. Find out the legal recourse available under the Indian Penal Code.
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not valid in India owing to the legal provision laid down in Section 23 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872. Therefore, this blog focuses on the alternatives for Indian couples which they can exercise in place of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Did you know that the Constitution is referred to as “Bare Text”? You do not call it a “Bare Act”. Most people don’t pay attention to punctuation. The Indian Constitution has been drafted very diligently and it is very important to understand why things are the way they are. Each comma, semi-colon and colon is important.
Look at this checklist before filing any 138 NI case. This is a step-by-step guide for filing 138 NI matters.