Law , Practice And Procedure Of Arbitration In India
Author: Sundra Rajoo
Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo’s Law, Practice and Procedure of Arbitration in India is a great new resource for the Indian and international arbitration community. It provides a detailed practical guide on the Indian arbitration landscape. The text of the book traverses in detail the latest precedents with in-depth analysis and prognosis of the evolving arbitral regime in India. Datuk Sundra’s academic knowledge, vast experience and practical insight as an arbitrator is seen in each of the 51 chapters of the book. Every chapter brings the international perspective, practice, procedure, comparable provisions of law and precedents from other common law and civil law jurisdictions to provide global insights and comparisons into each aspect of arbitration.
The book sets out and discusses scholarly and authoritative views of the leading international voices on arbitration, all the latest Indian legislative amendments, judicial precedents and their impact on India’s position as a preferred destination for the arbitration of commercial disputes. Practitioners, counsels, judges, general counsels, arbitral institutions, students and other users of or interested in arbitration will find Law, Practice and Procedure of Arbitration in India useful.