• Bare Act: Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996

  • Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

    PART I: ARBITRATION

    CHAPTER I : General provisions

    • Section-2. Definitions.

    CHAPTER II : Arbitration agreement

    • Section-7. Arbitration agreement.
    • Section-8. Power to refer parties to arbitration where there is an arbitration agreement.  
    • Section-9. Interim measures etc. by Court.

    CHAPTER III: Composition of arbitral tribunal

    • Section-10. Number of arbitrators.
    • Section-11. Appointment of arbitrators.  
    • Section-12. Grounds for challenge.
    • Section-13. Challenge procedure.
    • Section-14. Failure or impossibility to act.
    • Section-15. Termination of mandate and substitution of arbitrator.

    CHAPTER IV: Jurisdiction of Arbitral Tribunals

    • Section-16. Competence of arbitral tribunal to rule on its jurisdiction.
    • Section-17. Interim measures ordered by arbitral tribunal.

    CHAPTER V: Conduct of arbitral proceedings

    • Section-18. Equal treatment of parties.
    • Section-19. Determination of rules of procedure.
    • Section-20. Place of arbitration.
    • Section-21. Commencement of arbitral proceedings.
    • Section-23. Statements of claim and defence.
    • Section-24. Hearings and written proceedings
    • Section-25. Default of a party. 
    • Section-26. Expert appointed by arbitral tribunal.
    • Section-27. Court assistance in taking evidence.

    CHAPTER VI: Making of arbitral award and termination of proceedings

    • Section-28. Rules applicable to substance of dispute.
    • Section-29. Decision making by panel of arbitrators.
    • Section-30. Settlement.
    • Section-32. Termination of proceedings.
    • Section-33. Correction and interpretation of award; additional award.

    CHAPTER VII: Recourse against arbitral award

    • Section-34. Application for setting aside arbitral award.

    CHAPTER VIII: Finality and enforcement of arbitral awards

    • Section-35. Finality of arbitral awards.
    • Section-36. Enforcement.

    CHAPTER IX: Appeals

    CHAPTER X: Miscellaneous

    • Section-40. Arbitration agreement not to be discharged by death of party thereto.
    • Section-41. Provisions in case of insolvency.
    • Section-42. Jurisdiction.
    • Section-43. Limitations.
    • PART II: ENFORCEMENT OF CERTAIN FOREIGN AWARDS

    CHAPTER I : New York Convention Awards

    • Section-44. Definition.
    • Section-45. Power of judicial authority to refer parties to arbitration.
    • Section-46. When foreign award binding.
    • Section-47. Evidence.
    • Section-48. Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards.
    • Section-49. Enforcement of foreign awards.
    • Section-50. Appealable orders.
    • Section-51. Saving.
    • Section-52. Chapter II not to apply.

    CHAPTER II: Geneva Convention Awards

    • Section-54. Power of judicial authority to refer parties to arbitration.
    • Section-55. Foreign awards when binding.
    • Section-56. Evidence.
    • Section-Section-57. Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards.
    • Section-58. Enforcement of foreign awards.
    • Section-59. Appealable orders.
    • Section-60. Saving.

    PART III :CONCILIATION

    • Section-61. Application and scope.
    • Section-62. Commencement of conciliation proceedings.
    • Section-63. Number of conciliators.
    • Section-64. Appointment of conciliators.
    • Section-65. Submission of statements to conciliator.
    • Section-66. Conciliator not bound by certain enactments.
    • Section-67. Role of conciliator.
    • Section-69. Communication between conciliator and parties
    • Section-70. Disclosure of information.  
    • Section-71. Co-operation of parties with conciliator.
    • Section-72. Suggestions by parties for settlement of dispute.
    • Section-73. Settlement agreement.
    • Section-74. Status and effect of settlement agreement.
    • Section-75. Confidentiality.
    • Section-76. Termination of conciliation proceedings  
    • Section-77. Resort to arbitral or judicial proceedings.
    • Section-80. Role of conciliator in other proceedings
    • Section-81. Admissibility of evidence in other proceedings.

    PART IV: SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS

    • Section-82. Power of High Court to make rules.
    • Section-83. Removal of difficulties.
    • Section-84. Power to make rules
    • Section-85. Repeal and savings.

    FIRST SCHEDULE

    CONVENTION ON THE RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN ARBITRAL AWARDS

    • ARTICLE-I
    • ARTICLE II
    • ARTICLE III
    • ARTICLE IV
    • ARTICLE V
    • ARTICLE VI
    • ARTICLE VII
    • ARTICLE VIII
    • ARTICLE IX
    • ARTICLE X
    • ARTICLE XI
    • ARTICLE XII
    • ARTICLE XIII
    • ARTICLE XIV A
    • ARTICLE XV
    • ARTICLE XVI

    SECOND SCHEDULE

    • PROTOCOL ON ARBITRATION CLAUSES

    THIRD SCHEDULE
    CONVENTION ON THE EXECUTION OF FOREIGN ARBITRAL AWARDS 
    [See section 53]
    CONVENTION OF 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 11. 

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