Arbitration Rules of Hyderabad Arbitration Centre - DMA Advocates

Arbitration Rules of Hyderabad Arbitration Centre

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Arbitration, a type of alternative dispute resolution, is a method of resolving disputes but outside the courts. An arbitrator is a third party who resolves a dispute. His decisions on the dispute are always final and binding on the parties. It is an embedded system for conserving time and resources. This method of out-of-court settlement is governed by the “Arbitration …

Mediation Rules of the Hyderabad Arbitration Center - DMA Lawyers

Mediation Rules of the Hyderabad Arbitration Center

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Hyderabad Arbitration Centre was established in the year 2019 and is the first autonomous institute under a not-for-profit trust (HIAA). It has been established to promote the ADR mechanisms through ‘institutional arbitration’ & ‘institutional mediation’. It is also the first ever Institutional Arbitration & Mediation Centre in Hyderabad, in the state of Telengana that addresses the need for institutionalizing arbitrations …

This is represent Summary of Pre-Packaged Insolvency Resolution Process

Summary of Pre-Packaged Insolvency Resolution Process

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A pre-packaged insolvency option which would allow the debtors and creditors to work for an informal plan has been proposed by Indian and once the freeze on the filings is lifted as the nation braces for a spike in bankruptcies, the plan would be submitted for approval. Comments have been invited by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs from the General …

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All about MSME | MSME Benefits, Schemes in India

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In India, MSMEs are even considered a backbone by few scholars as it accounts for almost 8% of the country’s GDP, 45% of manufacturing output, and over 40% of exports. In addition to this, MSMEs are a vital part of the Indian economy and have contributed to the country’s socio-economic growth. It creates job possibilities and contributes to the development …

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THE ENEMY PROPERTY ACT, 1968 AND ITS AMENDMENT (2017)

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The Enemy Property Act, 1968 is a governing act which regulates and enables the property appropriation in India owned by Pakistani nationals and is act passed by the Parliament of India. The act was passed after the 1965 war of India and Pakistan. The ownership has been passed to the government department, Custodian of Enemy Property for India. The act …