Are you searching for a arbitration lawyers in Chandigarh or across India? If yes, then you are on a right place. Arbitration is one of the key areas of alternate dispute resolution. It has a gained prominence ever since the introduction of a law that conforms to UNCITRAL. It was enacted in the year 1996 scrapping the earlier law of the year 1940 and it makes possible for parties to resort to arbitration by introducing an arbitral agreement in any contract between parties.
Arbitration is a non formal process of adjudication and our assistance could be at all stages of the arbitral process. Our service starts from the stage of seeking a reference for arbitration to securing an appointment with the arbitrator and to further prepare the claims before the arbitrator and securing the interim & final before the arbitrator. There are awards that are passed but would still require to be enforced in a civil court as if it were a decree and if the award is not satisfactory, to challenge before a civil court on the limited grounds available under the Act and to secure which is appropriate and just.
Supreme Laws have their adequate court preserve to secure redressals through court processes in such situations. There are key areas where arbitration are resorted to are – contracts with government, building contracts, contracts relating to employment of human resources and generally commercial disputes which go through after a formal agreement between parties that might incorporate an arbitral clause.
We best known national leader in commercial arbitration. This achievement of our arbitration lawyers in Chandigarh is a result of undeterred commitment, extensive experience, strategic practice development. We represent our clients before arbitral tribunals, Punjab & Haryana High Court, all the District Courts in the north zone.
Supreme Laws’ committed arbitration team is able to pull the best from the resources available, and we provide the best assistance in national dispute resolution practice in:
- Appointment of arbitrator
- Drafting various arbitration agreement
- Banking and finance matters
- Commercial & contractual disputes
- Construction and builders matters
- Transport and infrastructure matters
- Power and energy disputes
- Real estate disputes