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Arbitration (Protocol and Convention) Act, 1937

Act No.6 of 1937

Contents

Sections

Particulars

1

Short title, extent and operation

2

Interpretation

3

Stay of proceedings in respect of matters to be referred to arbitration

4

Effect of foreign awards

5

Filing of foreign award in Court

6

Enforcement of foreign award

7

Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards

8

Evidence

9

Saving

10

Rule

The First Schedule

Rotocol on Arbitration Clauses

The Second Schedule

Conventin on the Execution of Foreign Arbitral Awards

 

Article 1

 

Article 2

 

Article 3

 

Article 4

 

Article 5

 

Article 6

 

Article 7

 

Article 8

 

Article 9

 

Article 10

 

Article 1I

[AS ON 1955]

An Act to make certain further provisions respecting the law of arbitration in (the words the Provinces of were omitted by the A.O.1950.)India.

[4th March, 1937.]

WHEREAS India was a State signatory to the Protocol on Arbitration Clauses set forth in the First Schedule, and to the Convention on the Execution of Foreign Arbitral Awards set forth in the Second Schedule, subject in each case to a reservation of the right to limit its obligations in respect thereof to contracts which are considered as commercial under the law in force in {the words "the Provinces of" were omitted by the A.O.1950.}India;

AND WHEREAS it is expedient, for the purpose of giving effect to the said Protocol and of enabling the said Convention to become operative in {the words "the Provinces of" were omitted by the A.O.1950.} India, to make certain further provisions respecting the law of arbitration;

It is hereby enacted as follows:---



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