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Winding up of companies fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of NCLT: NCLAT

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) reiterated that dispute relating to oppressional mismanagement and cases where winding up of companies may be required fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of National Company Law Tribunal and cannot be referred to arbitration. … Continue reading

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Parties should seek remedies under Arbitration Act: BHC

The Bombay High Court recently held that when remedies are available to a party seeking an injunction under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“Act”), an anti-arbitration injunction cannot be obtained to circumvent provisions of the Act. A three judge … Continue reading

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Suit can be filed in a court pertaining to properties situated in jurisdiction of other courts: SC

The Supreme Court of India clarified that for a suit filed in a court pertaining to properties situated in jurisdiction of more than two courts, the suit is maintainable only when suit is filed on one cause of action. The … Continue reading

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Indian courts have jurisdiction when arbitration ‘seat’ not agreed: SC

Clarifying the distinction between ‘venue’ and ‘seat’ during arbitration proceedings, the Supreme Court of India reiterated that courts in India have jurisdiction over arbitration proceedings when the arbitration ‘seat’ has not agreed between the parties. Reviewing a plethora of case, … Continue reading

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Kansas wiretap orders “not insufficient”: USSC

The United States Supreme Court ruled that wiretap orders issued by a Kansas judge for investigation of a drug distribution ring were not lacking any information that the statute required them and hence were not facially insufficient. “Because the Orders … Continue reading

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Issuance of bank guarantee will not confer territorial jurisdiction on court: DHC

The Delhi High Court recently reiterated that merely issuance of bank guarantee within the territory of a court will not confer territorial jurisdiction on the court when the guarantee itself vests jurisdiction in courts outside India. The Court said, “…….it … Continue reading

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Permitted user can’t bring suit for the trademark infringement: DHC

Pronouncing that it lacks any territorial jurisdiction, the Delhi High Court held that the permitted user of a registered trademark cannot bring a suit for the trademark infringement under Section 134(2) of the Trademarks Act, 1999. A Division Bench of … Continue reading

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