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Rhiti Sports Management Pvt. Ltd. vs Power Play Sports & Events Ltd. on 1 May, 2018

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1. Rhiti Sports Management Private Limited (hereafter ‗the
petitioner’) has filed the present petition under Section 34 of the
Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (hereafter ‗the Act’)
impugning an order dated 19.09.2017 (hereafter ‗the impugned order’)
passed by the Arbitral Tribunal constituted by a sole arbitrator
(hereafter ‗the Arbitral Tribunal’). By the impugned order, the Arbitral
Tribunal has rejected the petitioner’s application filed under Order
VIII Rule 1A(3) Code of Civil Procedure for taking “on record the e-
mail dated 06.09.2013 and the Services Agreements dated 23.07.2010

O.M.P. (COMM) 394/2017 Page 1 of 24
and 24.09.2012”

2. The first and foremost question that falls for consideration of
this Court is whether the impugned order can be construed as an
arbitral award that is susceptible to challenge under Section 34 of the
Act.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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