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Q&A - August 2020 - Issue 05

Q&A - August 2020 - Issue 05

THE MOTOR VEHICLES ACT, 1988 Q1. How did the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 amend? Q2. What is the purpose of the act? Q3. What is the necessity and effect of a driving license? Read More....

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Q&A - August 2020 - Issue 04

Q&A - August 2020 - Issue 04

Q1. What is the arbitration agreement in case of death and solvency? In case of death, • Arbitration shall be enforced by or against the legal representative of the deceased. • The arbitrator shall not be terminated on the ground of the death of the person by whom he was appointed. (Sec.40) In case of insolvency, • If the party to the contract is insolvent and the receiver includes an Official Assignee adopts the contract shall be enforceable by or against far it related to any such dispute. • If the party becomes the insolvent before the insolvency proceedings, the received can make an application before the court and the court considering the circumstance of the case, the matter ought to be determined by the arbitration make an order accordingly. (Sec.41)

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Q&A - August 2020 - Issue 03

Q&A - August 2020 - Issue 03

Preliminary: Q1. How did the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 amended? The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 came into force from 22nd August 1996. This Act was amended to provide a speedy solution to disputes and to limit judicial intervention. It covers both domestic and international arbitration and conciliation. It consists of 86 Sections, 4 Parts, and Eight Schedule as per the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019 amendment. Part-I contains 10 Chapters, Part-II contains 2 chapters. Part-I, III & IV extend to the State of Jammu and Kashmir as far as they relate to international commercial arbitration or international commercial conciliation.

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Q&A - Aug 2020 - Issue 02

Q&A - Aug 2020 - Issue 02

Q1. How did the Recovery of Debt Due to Bank and Financial Institution Act, 1993 amend? The RDB Act is established to form two agencies namely Debt Recovery Tribunal and Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunal for performing extraordinary forces for arbitration of debt recovery matters. It came into existence on 24th June 1993. The Act consists of 37 sections. It extends through India except Jammu and Kashmir.

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