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Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 Complete Act - Bare Act

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Preamble1 - THE ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT, 1996
Preliminary2 - PRELIMINARY
Section1 - Short title, extent and commencement
Part 1 Chapter 1
Section2 - Definitions
Section3 - Receipt of written communications.
Section4 - Waiver of right to object
Section5 - Extent of judicial intervention
Section6 - Administrative assistance
Chapter 2
Section7 - Arbitration agreement
Section8 - Power to refer parties to arbitration where there is an arbitration agreement
Section9 - Interim measures etc. by Court
Chapter 3
Section10 - Number of arbitrators
Section11 - Appointment of arbitrators
Section12 - Grounds for challenge
Section13 - Challenge procedure
Section14 - Failure or impossibility to act
Section15 - Termination of mandate and substitution of arbitrator
Chapter 4
Section16 - Competence of arbitral tribunal to rule on its jurisdiction
Section17 - Interim measures ordered by arbitral tribunal
Chapter 5
Section18 - Equal treatment of parties
Section19 - Determination of rules of procedure
Section20 - Place of arbitration
Section21 - Commencement of arbitral proceedings
Section22 - Language
Section23 - Statements of claim and defence
Section24 - Hearings and written proceedings
Section25 - Default of a party
Section26 - Expert appointed by arbitral tribunal
Section27 - Court assistance in taking evidence
Chapter 6
Section28 - Rules applicable to substance of dispute
Section29 - Decision making by panel of arbitrators
Section30 - Settlement
Section31 - Form and contents of arbitral award
Section32 - Termination of proceedings
Section33 - Correction and interpretation of award; additional award
Chapter 7
Section34 - Application for setting aside arbitral award
Chapter 8
Section35 - Finality of arbitral awards
Section36 - Enforcement
Chapter 9
Section37 - Appealable orders
Chapter 10
Section38 - Deposits
Section39 - Lien on arbitral award and deposits as to costs
Section40 - Arbitration agreement not to be discharged by death of party thereto
Section41 - Provisions in case of insolvency
Section42 - Jurisdiction
Section43 - Limitations
Part II Chapter I
Section44 - Definition
Section45 - Power of judicial authority to refer parties to arbitration
Section46 - When foreign award binding
Section47 - Evidence
Section48 - Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards
Section49 - Enforcement of foreign awards
Section50 - Appealable orders
Section51 - Saving
Section52 - Chapter II not to apply
Chapter
Section53 - Interpretation
Section54 - Power of judicial authority to refer parties to arbitration
Section55 - Foreign awards when binding
Section56 - Evidence
Section57 - Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards
Section58 - Enforcement of foreign awards
Section59 - Appealable orders
Section60 - Saving
Part 3
Section61 - Application and scope
Section62 - Commencement of conciliation proceedings
Section63 - Number of conciliators
Section64 - Appointment of conciliators
Section65 - Submission of statements to conciliator
Section66 - Conciliator not bound by certain enactments
Section67 - Role of conciliator
Section68 - Administrative assistance
Section69 - Communication between conciliator and parties
Section70 - Disclosure of information
Section71 - Co-operation of parties with conciliator
Section72 - Suggestions by parties for settlement of dispute
Section73 - Settlement agreement
Section74 - Status and effect of settlement agreement
Section75 - Confidentiality
Section76 - Termination of conciliation proceedings
Section77 - Resort to arbitral or judicial proceedings
Section78 - Costs
Section79 - Deposits
Section80 - Role of conciliator in other proceedings
Section81 - Admissibility of evidence in other proceedings
Part 4
Section82 - Power of High Court to make rules
Section83 - Removal of difficulties
Section84 - Power to make rules
Section85 - Repeal and savings
Section86 - Repeal of Ordinance 27 of 1996 and saving
Schedule1 - THE FIRST SCHEDULE
Schedule2 - THE SECOND SCHEDULE
Schedule3 - THE THIRD SCHEDULE
Scheme - THE APPOINTMENT OF ARBITRATORS BY THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF INDIA SCHEME, 1996


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