Nov 18,2020 | 1 min read

#QuoteUnquote on Sec. 9 petitions of the Arbitration Act by the Delhi HC by Adv. Nipun Katyal

Lawyered presents the next video in its brand new video series: #QuoteUnquote. See Adv. Nipun Katyal discuss the recent Hon'ble Delhi HC judgment on sec. 9 petitions of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 wherein it stated that such petitions cannot be disposed off ex-parte.

 

 

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Nipun Katyal

Mr. Nipun Katyal is a young criminal and commercial advocate practising in Delhi. Mr. Nipun is having a diverse experience in handling most complex cases with an ease. Mr. Nipun has been working closely with top league of Senior Advocates in the Supreme Court of India and various High Courts in the country.

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