The Delhi Supreme Court has ruled on the effectiveness of several arbitration proceedings under the same treaty, which give rise to a large number of proceedings, and their subsequent impact on arbitral arbitrations. https:/www.latestlaws.com/latest-news/application-u-s-11-of-arbitration-conciliation-conciliation-act-to-appoint-arbitrator-not-maintainable-in-disputes-with-nhai-sc/ The Bench, While it was based on the earlier judgment of A. Ayyasamy v.A. Paramasivam and others,9 it considered the facts of the present case on the basis of the following two tests: in addition, in examining whether the clause was a valid arbitration clause, the Tribunal found that in the present case there was no agreement between the parties that they would “refer” or “have their disputes arbitrated”. . . .