Appointment of Arbitrators by the Chief Justice of the Jharkhand High Court Scheme, 2000

 
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1. Short title-This Scheme may be called the Appointment of Arbitrators by the Chief Justice of the Jharkhand High Court Scheme, 2000

2. Submission of request-(1) Any request made to the Chief Justice of the High Court of Jharkhand in terms of sub-section (4), sub-section (5) or sub-section (6) of Section 11 of the Act shall be in the form of a petition, duly verified in the manner prescribed in Order 6, Rule 15 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, for verification of the pleadings and shall contain the following information:

(i) the names and address of all the parties to the arbitration agreement;

(ii) the names and address of the arbitrators already appointed, if any;

(iii) the name and address of the person or institution, if any, to whom or upon which any function has been entrusted by the parties to the arbitration agreement under the appointment procedure agreed upon by them;

(iv) the qualification required, if any for the appointment of Arbitrator under the agreement between the parties;

(v) a brief written statement describing the general nature of the disputes and the points at issue;

(vi) the relief or remedy sought;

(vii) any other information which the petitioner considers relevant or material to the case

(2) Every such application shall be accompanied by:

(i) the original arbitration agreement or a duly attested/certified copy thereof;

(ii) an affidavit supported by the relevant documents to the effect that the conditions, if any required or prescribed, to be satisfied under sub-section (4), sub-section (5) or sub-section (6) of Section 11 of the Act, before making the request to the Chief Justice, have been satisfied;

(iii) any other document which the petitioner considers is, or might be, required for proper disposal of the application

3 Authority to deal with the request-(1) Every application received in the Registry of the Court shall be placed before the Chief Justice, who may either deal with the matter himself, or entrust or transfer the same to any other person or institution for disposal

(2) Nothing in sub-section (1) shall be construed as taking away the powers of the Chief Justice from passing a general order, at any time for designating persons or institutions to deal with any particular case or classes of cases

(3) If an order under sub-section (2) has been passed, it shall be open to the applicant to file an application for request in terms of Section 2 of this Scheme to a person or Institution as designated...

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