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Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 prescribes the procedure and rules of arbitration and conciliation. This act consists of 86 sections under different chapters. Get the detailed description of all the sections of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 only at easyadvocacy.



Section Title
Section- 1 Section -1. Short title, extent and commencement. Chapter 1
Section- 2 Section - 2.  Definitions Chapter 1
Section- 3 Section -3. Receipt of written communications. Chapter 1
Section- 4 Section - 4. Waiver of right to object. Chapter 1
Section- 5 Section -5. Extent of judicial intervention Chapter 1
Section- 6 Section - 6. Administrative assistance Chapter 1
Section- 7 Section - 7. Arbitration agreement Chapter 1
Section- 8 Section - 8. Power to refer parties to arbitration where there is an arbitration agreement. Chapter 1
Section- 9 Section - 9. Interim measures etc. by Court Chapter 1
Section- 10 Sector - 10. Number of arbitrators Chapter 1
Section- 11 Section - 11. Appointment of arbitrators Chapter 1
Section- 12 Section - 12. Grounds for challenge. Chapter 1
Section- 13 Section - 13. Challenge procedure Chapter 1
Section- 14 Section - 14. Failure or impossibility to act Chapter 1
Section- 15 Section -15. Termination of mandate and substitution of arbitrator Chapter 1
Section- 16 Section -16. Competence of arbitral tribunal to rule on its jurisdiction. Chapter 1
Section- 17 Section - 17. Interim measures ordered by arbitral tribunal Chapter 1
Section- 18 Section -18. Equal treatment of parties Chapter 1
Section- 19 Section -19. Determination of rules of procedure. Chapter 1
Section- 20 Section - 20. Place of arbitration. Chapter 1
Section- 21 Section -21. Commencement of arbitral proceedings. Chapter 1
Section- 22 Section -22. Language. Chapter 1
Section- 23 Section -23. Statements of claim and defence Chapter 1
Section- 24 Section - 24. Hearings and written proceedings Chapter 1
Section- 25 Section -25. Default of a party Chapter 1
Section- 26 Section - 26. Expert appointed by arbitral tribunal. Chapter 1
Section- 27 Section - 27. Court assistance in taking evidence. Chapter 1
Section- 28 Section - 28. Rules applicable to substance of dispute Chapter 1
Section- 29 Section - 29. Decision making by panel of arbitrators Chapter 1
Section- 30 Section - 30. Settlement. Chapter 1
Section- 31 Section - 31. Form and contents of arbitral award Chapter 1
Section- 32 Section - 32. Termination of proceedings Chapter 1
Section- 33 Section - 33. Correction and interpretation of award; additional award. Chapter 1
Section- 34 Section - 34. Application for setting aside arbitral award Chapter 1
Section- 35 Section - 35. Finality of arbitral awards. Chapter 1
Section- 36 Section - 36. Enforcement Chapter 1
Section- 37 Section - 37. Appealable orders Chapter 1
Section- 38 Section - 38. Deposits Chapter 1
Section- 39 Section - 39. Lien on arbitral award and deposits as to costs Chapter 1
Section- 40 Section - 40. Arbitration agreement not to be discharged by death of party thereto. Chapter 1
Section- 41 Section - 41. Provisions in case of insolvency Chapter 1
Section- 42 Section - 42. Jurisdiction Chapter 1
Section- 43 Section - 43. Limitations Chapter 1
Section- 44 Section - 44. Definition Chapter 1
Section- 45 Section - 45 . Power of judicial authority to refer parties to arbitration Chapter 1
Section- 46 Section - 46. When foreign award binding. Chapter 1
Section- 47 Section - 47. Evidence Chapter 1
Section- 48 Section - 48. Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards Chapter 1
Section- 49 Section - 49. Enforcement of foreign awards. Chapter 1
Section- 50 Section - 50. Appealable orders Chapter 1
Section- 51 Section - 51. Saving Chapter 1
Section- 52 Section - 52. Chapter II not to apply Chapter 1
Section- 53 Section - 53. Interpretation Chapter 1
Section- 54 Section - 54. Power of judicial authority to refer parties to arbitration Chapter 1
Section- 55 Section - 55. Foreign awards when binding Chapter 1
Section- 56 Section - 56. Evidence Chapter 1
Section- 57 Section - 57. Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards Chapter 1
Section- 58 Section - 58. Enforcement of foreign awards Chapter 1
Section- 59 Section - 59. Appealable orders Chapter 1
Section- 60 Section - 60. Saving Chapter 1
Section- 61 Section - 61. Application and scope Chapter 1
Section- 62 Section - 62. Commencement of conciliation proceedings. Chapter 1
Section- 63 Section - 63. Number of conciliators Chapter 1
Section- 64 Section - 64. Appointment of conciliators Chapter 1
Section- 65 Section - 65. Submission of statements to conciliator Chapter 1
Section- 66 Section - 66. Conciliator not bound by certain enactments Chapter 1
Section- 67 Section - 67. Role of conciliator Chapter 1
Section- 68 Section - 68. Administrative assistance Chapter 1
Section- 69 Section - 69. Communication between conciliator and parties Chapter 1
Section- 70 Section - 70. Disclosure of information Chapter 1
Section- 71 Section - 71. Co-operation of parties with conciliator Chapter 1
Section- 72 Section  -  72. Suggestions by parties for settlement of dispute  Chapter 1
Section- 73 Section - 73. Settlement agreement Chapter 1
Section- 74 Section - 74. Status and effect of settlement agreement Chapter 1
Section- 75 Section - 75. Confidentiality Chapter 1
Section- 76 Section - 76. Termination of conciliation proceedings Chapter 1
Section- 77 Section - 77. Resort to arbitral or judicial proceedings Chapter 1
Section- 78 Section - 78. Costs Chapter 1
Section- 79 Section - 79. Deposits Chapter 1
Section- 80 Section - 80. Role of conciliator in other proceedings. Chapter 1
Section- 81 Section - 81. Admissibility of evidence in other proceedings Chapter 1
Section- 82 Section - 82. Power of High Court to make rules Chapter 1
Section- 83 Section - 83. Removal of difficulties. Chapter 1
Section- 84 Section - 84. Power to make rules Chapter 1
Section- 85 Section - 85. Repeal and savings Chapter 1
Section- 86 Section - 86. Repeal of Ordinance 27 of 1996 and Saving Chapter 1

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