Section 63 Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

 


Section 63 Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996: 

 Number of conciliators.—

(1) There shall be one conciliator unless the parties agree that there shall be two or three conciliators.

(2) Where there is more than one conciliator, they ought, as a general rule, to act jointly.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 63  Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996: 

Gujarat Urja Vikash Nigam Ltd vs Essar Power Ltd on 13 March, 2008

National Highways Authority Of  vs Sayedabad Tea Co. Ltd. And Ors on 27 August, 2019

Cheran Propertiees Limited vs Kasturi And Sons Limited on 24 April, 2018

Yograj Infras.Ltd vs Ssang Yong Engineering &  on 1 September, 2011

State Of Goa vs M/S. Western Builders on 5 July, 2006

Visa International Ltd vs Continental Resources (Usa)Ltd on 2 December, 2008

Hindustan Copper Limited vs M/S Nicco Corporation Ltd on 5 September, 2008

Hindustan Copper Limited vs M/S Nicco Corporation Ltd on 20 May, 2008

Prakash Corporates vs Dee Vee Projects Limited on 14 February, 2022

Bgs Sgs Soma Jv vs Nhpc Ltd. on 10 December, 2019




माध्यस्थम् और सुलह अधिनियम, 1996 की धारा 63 का विवरण : 

सुलहकर्ताओं की संख्या-(1) एक सुलहकर्ता होगा, जब तक कि पक्षकार यह करार नहीं करते हैं कि दो या तीन सुलहकर्ता हों ।

 (2) जहां एक से अधिक सुलहकर्ता हैं वहां उन्हें साधारण नियम के अनुसार संयुक्त रूप से कार्य करना चाहिए ।



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