An award can be set aside if it shocks the conscience of the court. (Bombay High Court)

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Jackie Kukubhai Shroff v. Ratnam Sudesh Iyer Court: Bombay High Court | Case Number: ARB.P. 167/2015 | Citation: Currently not available| Judge: SC Gupte  J| Date: 19 May 2020 | Available at:    A. THE BACKGROUND Jackie and Ratnam were shareholders in Atlas. Atlas was a shareholder in MSM. Dispute arose concerning the sale

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Fundamental policy of Indian law includes drastic serious policy matters; inadmissible evidence not a ground covered under the public policy exception (Bombay High Court)

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Nobel Resources Ltd. v. Dharni Sampda Private Ltd., 2019 SCC OnLine Bom 4415 High Court of Bombay, single-judge bench, R. I. Chagla, decided on 18 November 2019   Nobel applied for enforcement of a SIAC award, which the respondent Dharni Sampda resisted on the ground that the award contravenes public

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