Arbitration Law

Arbitration Lawyers in Chandigarh

Arbitration Lawyers in Chandigarh

Practice Expertise of Our Arbitration Lawyers in Chandigarh

Arbitration is one of these ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution) processes that is less formal than court action. And anytime a disagreement emerges between two organisations, arbitration is the process that both of them adhere to by agreeing to the arbitration ruling of the arbitrator, arbiter, or arbitral tribunal that was mutually selected. An independent adjudicator/arbitrator is conducting the arbitration. After hearing the evidence and obligations, the arbitrator will decide whether either party is entitled to a justified arbitral ruling.

When comparing the two types of arbitration in India, institutional arbitration and ad hoc arbitration come to mind. There are some reputable, official institutions that offer institutional arbitration, and they each have their own set of guidelines and procedures that must be adhered to during the arbitration process. In contrast, both parties have the freedom to choose the arbitrators, processes, guidelines, and administrative assistance required in ad hoc arbitration. Therefore, there is no official or acknowledged institution to hear the dispute. With the assistance of a knowledgeable arbitration attorney, the procedure will become lot more transparent and simple. For the following arbitration cases, get in touch with Nyay Dharam Associates LLP’s ADR attorneys in Chandigarh.

Golden Rules

  • Activities in Nyay Dharam
    • Make an appointment in advance.
    • Ask about consultation fees.
    • Watch your punctuality.
    • Carry the necessary papers and files.
    • Vote truthfully and without fear.
    • Implement the advice offered.
    • Maintain composure while keeping an active mind.
    • Be persistent and respect effort.
    • Esteem a clear conscience.
  • Things NOT to do at Nyay Dharam
    • Do not demand free telephone consultations.
    • If you require free legal aid or pro bono assistance, please schedule an appointment before visiting the office.
    • Please make an appointment before visiting.
    • Do not advocate for corrupt practises like bribery, improper favouritism, etc.
    • Do not insist on filing fictitious claims out of a desire for retribution, vengeance, or sadistic fulfilment.
    • Avoid using the law as a weapon

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