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First filing principle in regards with arbitration proceedings: DHC

The Delhi High Court while allowing for multiplicity of jurisdiction did not provide primacy to any court and upheld the first filing principle in regards with an arbitration proceedings. Dealing with jurisdiction of court where cause of action occurred against jurisdiction … Continue reading

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Special court can try other offences under special enactment: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently held that a special court alone would have the jurisdiction to try all the offences under a special enactment to avoid multiplicity of proceedings even if a number of persons are accused of offences under … Continue reading

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