SectionsParticulars
1Short title, extent and operation
:- (1) This Act may be called the Arbitration (Protocol and Convention) Act, 1937. {Subs.,, ibid.}[(2) It extends to the whole of India {The words "except Par...
2Interpretation
:- In this Act {Definition of "States" ins.by the A.O.1950 was omitted by Act 3 of 1951, s.3 and Sch}"foreign award" means an award on differences relating to...
3Stay of proceedings in respect of matters to be referred to arbitration
Notwithstanding anything contained in the {Subs.by the Act 32 of 1940, s.3 and Sch.11, for "Indian Arbitration Act, 1899".} [Arbitration Act 1940], or in the...
4Effect of foreign awards
:- (1) A foreign award shall, subject to the provisions of this Act, be enforceable in {Subs.by Act 3 of 1951, s.3 and Sch, for "the States".} [India] as if i...
5Filing of foreign award in Court
(1) Any person interested in a foreign award may apply to any Court having jurisdiction over the subject-matter of the award that the award be filed in Court...
6Enforcement of foreign award
(1) Where the Court is satisfied that the foreign award is enforceable under this Act, the Court, the Court shall order the award to be filed and shall proce...
7Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards
(1) In order that a foreign award may be enforceable under this Act it must have--- (a) been made in pursuance of an agreement for arbitration which was vali...
8Evidence
(1) The Party seeking to enforce a foreign award must produce--- (a) the original award or a copy thereof duly authenticated in manner required by the law of...
9Saving
:- Nothing in this Act shall--- (a) prejudice any rights which any person would have had of enforcing in {Subs.by Act 3 of 1951, s.3 and Sch., for "the states...
10Rule
- making powers of the High Court:- The High Court may make rules consistent with this Act as to--- (a) the filing of foreign awards and all proceedings ...
The First ScheduleRotocol on Arbitration Clauses
 The undersigned, being duly authorized, being duly authorized, declare that they accept, on behalf of the countries which they represent, the following provi...
The Second ScheduleConventin on the Execution of Foreign Arbitral Awards
Article 1
In the territories of any High Contracting Party to which the present Convention applies, an arbitral award made in pursuance of an agreement, whether relatin...
Article 2
Even if the conditions laid down in Article 1 hereof are fulfilled, recognition and enforcement of the award shall be refused if the Court is satisfied: (a) ...
Article 3
If the party against whom the award has been made proves that, under the law governing the arbitration procedure, there is a ground, other than the grounds r...
Article 4
The party relying upon an award or claiming its enforcement must supply, in particular: (1) The original award or a copy thereof duly authenticated, accordin...
Article 5
The provisions of the above Articles shall not deprive any interested party of the right of availing himself of an arbitral award in the manner and to the ex...
Article 6
The present Convention applies only to arbitral awards made after the coming into force of the Protocol on Arbitration Clauses opened at Geneva on September 2...
Article 7
The present Convention, which will remain open to the signature of all the signatories of the Protocol of 1923 on Arbitration Clauses, shall be ratified. It ...
Article 8
The present Convention shall come into force three months after it shall have been ratified on behalf of two High Contracting Parties. Thereafter, it shall t...
Article 9
The present Convention may be denounced on behalf of any Member of the League or non-Member State. Denunciation shall be notified in writing to the Secretary...
Article 10
The present Convention does not apply to the Colonies, Protectorates or territories under suzerainty or mandate of any High Contracting Party unless they are...
Article 1I
A certified copy of the present Convention shall be transmitted by the Secretary-General of the League of Nations to every Member of the League of Nations ...
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