Arbitration Matter - B Pramanik & Associates

Arbitration Matter

Arbitration falls under ADR (Alternative dispute resolutions). If simply put, no one wants to go to court in their life to resolve a conflict, whether it be a family concern, official matter, marriage issue, or property issue. Arbitration is an organization that helps to resolve dispute matters outside of court.

Arbitration is a part of ADR (Alternative dispute resolutions). Court appearances can consume your valuable time, money, and reputation. Arbitration helps you to resolve your minor and significant issue without visiting court.

It an act Arbitration act 1996 and this act was amended various times to make legal things easy to reach.

Important criteria of Arbitration matter

  • Valid Agreement: Both parties should agree that, in the event of a dispute, they won't go to court directly but instead will use arbitration to settle it. Both parties have the option of who will arbitrate their dispute. However, it should already be included in the contract. The arbitrator may be a single person or a team, depending on the case and the needs of both parties.
  • Arbitration act 1996: In the Arbitration act 1996 all the terms will be applicable according to the Arbitration act 1996 the amendment of 2019 (which was created to make legal matters easier and more beneficial for everyone), therefore all agreements should be established in accordance with that amendment.

Benefits of Arbitration

  • Impartial resolution: Both parties benefit from arbitration in that it partially resolves their issues. When making resolutions, both sides have the right to express their opinions, which helps arbitrators to resolve cases easily and smoothly.
  • Time importance: Arbitration may resolve your case in a very short time compared to court. As we all know, courts often take a long time to resolve a single matter and issue due dates after due dates, but this is not the case with arbitrations. Arbitrators work diligently to settle cases as quickly as possible.
  • Minimum court intervention:  Another benefit of arbitrations is that you may choose the arbitrators, so you can trust their judgment easily. In arbitration cases, court participation is very minimal. Expect some significant cases.




Frequently Asked

Is arbitration compulsory?

No, Arbitration is not compulsory it depends on both parties whether they are willing to go for Arbitration or not.

What is arbitration matter?

Arbitration is a process in which both parties presented their case in front of the arbitrators through the arbitration process, Instead of going to the court

Neighbour dispute arbitration?

Neighbor disputes may differ case by case,. You can submit your case for neighborhood conflict arbitration or pursue one of the many other neighborhood dispute lawsuits that may enable you to end neighborhood disputes.

Can criminal cases be referred to Arbitration?

It depends on the case

Do you provide Arbitration services?

yes, we do

What service do you provide in Arbitration?

We provide Arbitration services like property disputes, family disputes, corporate issues, partnership issues, etc.

What is the process of arbitration?

Before arbitration, there should be a written contract between the parties that specifies who will arbitrate the case and the other provisions at the time of the disagreement. Agreements play a major role in arbitration services, at the time of dispute everything
happens as per the agreement.

What matter cab be referred to as Arbitration?

In the Arbitration service various issues cab be solved such as Property issues, corporate issues, marriage issues, neighbor issues, etc.

How to reach you?

Location: 158, Dumdum Road, Kolkata – 700074, West Bengal, India  (Beside Dumdum Ghoshpara State Bank E-Corner; Landmark – Dumdum Hanuman Mandir)

Phone: +91 9339055647



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