Arbitration case insights: High court of Delhi holds arbitration agreement lacking ‘mutuality’ as invalid
January 3, 2022
In this Newsletter we analyse the appeal made before the High Court of Delhi by Tata Capital Housing Finance Ltd. (“Appellant”) VS Shri Chand Construction and Apartment Pvt. Ltd. (“Respondent”) on whether there was a valid arbitration agreement between the Appellant and the Respondent in which the High Court of Delhi upheld decision of the single judge and held that the arbitration agreement was invalid as it lacked ‘mutuality’.
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