Article 136 of the constitution of india. Supreme Court may , in its discretion , grant special Leave from any judgment or decree, determination, sentence or order in any cause or matter ....
Caveat petition -The party in whose favour the High Court order has been passed may file a caveat petition with the Supreme Court. The Caveator will be notified of any Petition or Appeal filed against him and once the Caveat is registered with the Supreme Court the caveator will have the right to get an advanced copy of the Petition or Appeal prior to the matter being heard by the Hon’ble Court. As a result, the Caveator has the chance to defend his case on the hearing day itself.
Mutual consent Divorce – The process of a mutual consent divorce is rather simple, but as the names suggests, both parties must agree to the terms and conditions if any before filing. Thereafter a joint petition signed by both parties is filed before the Court of the Principal Judge, Family Court . Taps 9 Legal Chamber will bring you peace of mind while also saving you time in your hunt for the best Mutual consent Divorce lawyer in Delhi & Kolkata.
Appointment of the arbitrator – Arbitrator appointments are covered in Section 11 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. Unless the parties declare a preference for a specific nationality, anyone of any nationality may be selected as an arbitrator. The method by which the arbitrator or arbitrators will be chosen is up to the parties’ discretion. In the event that the parties do not name three arbitrators, each party shall name one arbitrator, and the two arbitrators shall select the third arbitrator. Thus, the appointment of three arbitrators—the third of whom would preside over the arbitration—is required.
The appointment shall be made, upon a request of a party, by the Chief Justice of the High Court or any person or institution designated by him, if a party fails to appoint an arbitrator in accordance with the third arbitrator within thirty days from the date of receipt of a request to do so from the other party or if two appointed arbitrators fail to agree on the third arbitrator within thirty days from the date of their appointment. The appointment of the arbitrator shall be made upon request of a party, by the Chief Justice of the High Court or any person or institution designated by him, in the absence of any procedure to appoint a sole arbitrator, if the parties fail to agree upon the arbitrator within 30 days of receipt on a request by one party from the other party to so agree. You can rely on us if you need related services. Taps9 Law is a dedicated law office that has been providing legal services in diverse areas of law. Connect with the team today.
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