Author: Vanshika.chauhan

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Requirement of an arbitration agreement to be in writing by Vanshika Chauhan by LEXCLIQ

Generally it is required that the arbitration agreement is made „in writing“, with variations as to the meaning of the „in writing. The “in writing” requirement of Art II (2) has generally been interpreted liberally by courts and arbitral tribunals. According to the New York Convention, an agreement to arbitrate is in writing if it […]

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An introduction to Mergers and Acquisitions by Vanshika Chauhan at LEXCLIQ

In early 1990’s on emergence of the LPG policy in India policies becoming more liberalized in the field of mergers, acquisitions and other corporate restructuring strategies, heating up in India and are growing with an ever increasing cadence. They are no more limited to one particular type of business. The list of past and anticipated […]

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Reasons relating to contemporary existence of cyber crime in India by Vanshika Chauhan at LEXCLIQ

Crime is a communal abnormality with diversified reasoning for the offence of crime. Cyber Crime is the formulation of technology and technology makes everything accessible and simple that is the reason why every human is dependent on technology without having sufficient need and awareness of the consequences. In “The Concept of Law” by Prof. HLA […]

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GENERAL ANTI- AVOIDANCE RULES (GAAR) by Vanshika Chauhan at LEXCLIQ

Internationally, tax avoidance has been recognized as an area of concern. Several countries have expressed apprehension over tax evasion and avoidance. This is also evident from the fact that nations are either legislating the doctrine of General Anti-Avoidance Regulations in their tax code or strengthening their existing code. India has also sought to address the […]

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Rationale for selecting arbitration as a method for dispute resolution by Vanshika Chauhan at LEXCLIQ

The rationale frequently given for arbitration is greater speed, lesser cost, a more professional decision, and greater confidentiality. According to Sato, granted that business-related disputes are propelled by economic interests and that the primary concerns of the trader is to maintain the business relationship, the most credible motive would be, to a certain extent, that […]

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