Recourse against Arbitral Award

  • Roshni Mishra
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  • Roshni Mishra

    Student at Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida, India

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In arbitration, a form of alternative conflict resolution, parties present their disagreements to an impartial third-party arbitrator for a legally enforceable conclusion. Recourse to an arbitrator's award refers to the options available to a party if the party is dissatisfied with the arbitrator's decision. This research aims to examine the various forms of recourse available to parties in the event of an adverse arbitration award. We offer a wide variety of remedies available. The research paper concludes by emphasizing the importance of careful concertation.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 857 - 861


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