May 15,2020 | 5 min read

What if one party ignores arbitration agreement #AMALawyered by Advocate Naman Saraswat

Lawyered presents Advocate Naman SaraswatMaths Law Associatesin Ask-Me-Anything #AMALawyered series by Lawyered.

Situation:

What can be done if one party ignores the arbitration agreement and wants to start the court proceeding?

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Naman Saraswat

I am a certified M&A lawyer with 10 + of experience in corporate and commercial practice and has rendered advise to energy infra companies on matters relating to general corporate, M&A, commercial contracting, corporate finance, electricity regulatory matters, litigations and dispute resolutions, and real estate; I have through experience in conducting title verification and has assisted power companies in land acquisition in State of Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattigarh

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