In quest for rules to be laid down under the Arbitration Act, 2001

The presence of rules with guidelines for both the parties and the appointing authority could have helped to avoid many unwanted situations that frequently arise in legal proceedings, including the appointment of arbitrator(s). This is one example which illustrates how the absence of rules under the 2001 Act creates scope for the misuse of the process of law and explains how the same can cause undue delay in completing the arbitration proceedings.

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