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Very Short Question & Answer


Arbitration & Conciliation Act K-307
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Whether the arbitration clause is a part of contract.


(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Both of one them yes or no
(d) None of else
(a) Yes
When arbitration & uniliation Act was passed(a) 1992
(b) 1996
(c) 1889
(d) 2001
(b) 1996
When the bill on the law of arbitration conciliation was introduced(a) 17th Sep, 1996
(b) 15th Oct, 1995
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(c) 16 May, 1995
(d) 12th Aug, 1994
(c) 16th May, 1995
The bill relating to law of arbitration and conciliation was introduced in(a) Lok Sabha
(b) Rajya Sabha
(c) Parliament
(d) Legislation
(b) Rajya Sabha
Bill relating to law of arbitration and conciliation was introduced by(a) Minister of Laws justice (b) Prim minister
(c) Chief Justice of India
(d) President
(a) Minister of Laws justice
Who passed the arbitration and conciliation bill(a) Rajya Sabha
(b) Lok Sabha
(c) Parliament
(d) Judiciary
(a) Rajya Sabha
And when(a) 17th May, 1993
(c) 16th July, 1996
(c) 16th July, 1996

(b) 12 June, 1995


(d) 10th Sep, 1994

Salient feature of the arbitration and conciliation act is(a) A comrehensive status
(b) An explanatory Code
(c) Both
(d) None of them
(c) Both
The arbitration statue & conciliation Act into force on(a) 5th Jan, 1996
(b) 25th Aug, 1993
(c) 19th Sep, 1994
(d) 10th Feb, 2000
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(b) 25 Aug, 1993

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The ancient arbitration Act was(a) The arbitration act, 1940 (b) The arbitration act, 1996
(c) The arbitration act, 1978 (d) The arbitration act, 1995s
(a) The arbitration act, 1940
The present arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 consist in(a) Three parts
(b) Four Parts
(c) Five parts
(d) Six Parts
(a) Three parts
The part of arbitration is(a) Conciliation
(c) Only one (a) or (b)
(c) Both

(b) Enforcement of certain foreign award


(c) Both

Arbitration consists in(a) Section- 1 to 43


(c) Section- 1 to 40
(a) Section- 1 to 43

(b) Sec- 1 to 32
(d) Sec- 1 to 35

Enforcement of creation foreign awards contain in(a) Sec-44 to 60


(b) Sec-35 to 55
(c) Sec-45 to 56
(d0 Sec-20 to 41
(a) Sec-44 to 60
The conciliation part consist in(a) Sec-60 to 80
(b) Sec-56 to 85
(c) Sec-61 to 81
(d) Sec 70 to 91
(c) Sec-61 to 81
Supplementary provisions comprise in arbitration act in(a) Sec-82 to 86
(b) 90 to 96
(c) Sec-81 to 89
(d) 76 to 85
(a) Sec-82 to 86
It would be relevant to mention here that the expression arbitration has been
include in entry 13 of the(a) Concurrent List
(b) State list
(c) Union list
(d) None of them
(a) Concurrent List
It would be relevant to mention here that the expression arbitration has been
include in entry 13 of the constitution of India, 1950 in(a) 8th schedule
(b) 7th schedule
(c) 12th schedule
(d) 10th schedule
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(b) 7 schedule

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The UNGTRAL has adopted the UNGTRAL conciliation rules in(a) 1980
(b) 1986
(c) 1984
(d) 1985
(a) 1980
Whether arbitration act is consolidating and amending act(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Only Yes
(d) None of else
(a) Yes
The arbitration & conciliation Act, 1996 is very from the arbitration act-1940(a) Different
(b) Similar
(c) Both
(e) None of them
(a) Different
The provision of 1996 act one to be interpreted without any influence of 1940 act(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) One of both
(d) None of else
(b) No
The present act is mainly based on the
(a) UNCITRAL model law (b) Model Law
(c) United nation law
(d) International law
(a) UNCITRAL model law
Provision of the new act held to be intra virus and not arbitration said in the case(a) Babar Ali v/s Union of India
(b) M/s Doypack System Pvt. Ltd.
(c) P. Anand Gajapathi Raju V. P.V.G Raju
(d) B.S.N.L V. Subhash Chandra Kanchal
(a) Babar Ali v/s Union of India
This Act may be called the(a) The arbitration act
(b) The arbitration act-1996
(c) The arbitration act conciliation act, 1996
(d) The arbitration & conciliation act
(c) The arbitration act conciliation act, 1996
Short title of this Act contains in(a) Sec-1
(b) Sec-2
(c) Sec-3
(a) Sec-1

(d) Sec-4

The 1996 act is very from the arbitration act, 1940(a) Similar
(b) Different
(c) Only (a)
(d) None of them
(b) Different

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It is apparent that the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 deals with(a) Arbitration
(b) Conciliation
(c) Both arbitration & Conciliation
(d) None of them
(c) Both arbitration & Conciliation
The act states that it extends t the whole of India in(a) Sec-1(2) (b) Sec-1
(c) Sec-1(3) (d) Sec-2
(b) Sec-1
The definition of international arbitration is given sec.of the arbitration &
conciliation act, 1996(a) Sec-1(f)
(b) Sec-1(b)
(c) Sec-1(d)
(d) Sec-1(e)
(a) Sec-1(f)
The arbitration may be(a) Domestic
(c) Both
(c) Both

(b) International
(d) None of them

The arbitration & conciliation act, 1996 is more then the earliar act of 1940(a) Comprehensive
(b) Limited
(c) Both
(d) None
(a) Comprehensive
The arbitration act consists of(a) 86 section
(b) 96 section
(c) 89 section
(d) 90 section
(a) 86 section
The I part of arbitration is relates to(a) Foreign
(b) India
(c) One of them
(d) None
(b) India
The act of 1996 provides for enforcement of certain foreign awards made under
the(a) New York convention
(b) Geneova convention
(c) (a) and (b) both
(d) None of them
(c) (a) and (b) both
ICT means(a) Indian comities of arbitration
(b) Indian central arbitration
(c) The Indian council of arbitration
(d) none of them
(c) The Indian council of arbitration

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Main objective of arbitration & conciliation Act, 1996 is(a) To ensure making of an award on settled terms of the parties.
(b) To ensure that arbitral tribunal functions with in the frame work of the act.
(c) (a) and (b) both
(d) None of them
(c) (a) and (b) both
.of the arbitration & conciliation act, 1996 is developed to
conciliation act 1996 is developed to conciliation as an effective means of
alternative disputes resolution.
(a) Part-I
(b) Part-II
(c) Part-III
(d) Part-IV
(c) Part-III
The act provides that the parties may appoint(a) One or two or three conciliates (b) Two conciliates
(c) One conciliates
(d) Two conciliates
(a) One or two or three conciliates
The arbitration and conciliation (amendment) bill passed(a) 2001
(b) 2002
(c) 2003
(d) 2004
(c) 2003
ADR means(a) Alternative dispute report
(b) Auto Dispute Report
(c) Alternative Dispute resolution
(d) Alternative Dispute resolution
(c) Alternative Dispute resolution
The bill on law of arbitration and conciliation was introduced in(a) Parliament
(b) Lok sabha
(c) Rajya Sabha
(d) None of them
(c) Rajya Sabha
The statement of object and reasons of the bill underlined the need for
replacement of the(a) Arbitration Act-1940
(b) Arbitration Act-1946
(c) Arbitration Act-1996
(d) Arbitration Act- 1948
(a) Arbitration Act-1940
.Shall be applicable where the place of arbitration is in India(a) Part-I
(b) Part-II
(c) Part-III
(d) Part-IV
(a) Part-I
Definition of arbitration defines in(a) Sec-2(1) (a)
(b) Sec-2 (1) (b)
(c) Sec-2(1) (c)
(d) Sec-2(1) (d)
(a) Sec-2(1) (a)

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Arbitration means(a) Any arbitration whether or not administered by permanent arbitral institution(b) Any arbitration administration by permanent arbitral institution
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these
(a) Any arbitration whether or not administered by permanent arbitral institutionArbitration Award includes(a) Interim award
(b) Award
(c) Both
(d) None
(a) Interim award
Party means a party to(a) An arbitration agreement (b) An arbitration tribunal
(c) An arbitration Dispute
(d) A,B & C all
(a) An arbitration agreement
How many type of arbitration(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Four
(d) Four
The termhas not been defined in the arbitration and conciliation Act,
1996 nor was it defined in the old act of 1940 or the English arbitration Act(a) Conciliation
(b) Arbitration
(c) Award
(d) Arbitrator
(b) Arbitration
It was held that where the parties to dispute refer the matter to a person and such
helds a judicial inquiry in deciding that dispute and comes to a judicial decision,
such person is called and arbitrator(a) Satendra Kumar V. Hind construction Ltd.
(b) Union of India V. Coromondal Engineering Co. Madras
(c) Government of Andhra Pradesh V. K.M. Rao.
(d) None of them
(a) Satendra Kumar V. Hind construction Ltd.
Arbitration agreement define in arbitration act(a) Sec-2(1) (b)
(b) Sec-2(1) (d)
(c) Sec-2(1) (c)
(d) Sec-2(1) (f)
(a) Sec-2(1) (b)
Arbitration Agreement means an agreement by the parties to submit to
arbitrator all or certain dispute which have arisen or which may arise between
them in respect of defined legal relationship whether contractual or not(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Only Yes
(d) Only No
(a) Yes

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Arbitral award is define in(a) Sec-2(1) (c)


(c) Sec-2(1) (d)
(a) Sec-2(1) (c)

(b) Sec-2(1) (e)


(d) Sec-2(1) (f)

The tem arbitral award shall include an(a) Interim award


(b) Award
(c) Exterim award
(d) Both interim & exterim
(a) Interim award
How many kinds of award
(a) One
(c) Three
(b) Two

(b) Two
(d) Four

An arbitral award may either be a final award or(a) Interim


(b) Domestic
(c) Foreign
(d) Only A & B
(a) Interim
An arbitral award may also be a(a) Domestic award
(c) Domestic & Foreign Booth
(c) Domestic & Foreign Booth

(b) Foreign award


(d) None of them

An arbitral award must be in(a) Writing


(b) orally
(c) Both A & B
(d) None
(a) Writing
The Supreme Court has held in the case of..unregistered award remain
valid if it not clanged on any other ground(a) S.V. Chandra V. S.V Sivalinga
(b) Ashok V. Sudha
(c) Wood V. Giffith
(d) None
(b) Ashok V. Sudha
Foreign award are enforceable under the(a) New York convention
(b) Gehena Convention
(c) New York convention Geherva convention
(d) None of there
(c) New York convention Geherva convention
Arbitration tribunal define in(a) Sec-2(1) (d)
(b) Sec-2(1) (e)
(c) Sec-2(1) (f)
(d) Sec-2(1) (g)
(a) Sec-2(1) (d)

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An arbitration constitut Sec-2(1) (d)es a..arbitration tribunal.


(a) Domestic
(b) Foreign
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of them
(a) Domestic
ADRS means(a) Auto dispute resolution system
(b) Alfornat dispute resolution system
(c) Only (b)
(d) Nor A or nor B
(b) Alfornat dispute resolution system
When legal service authority act was passed?
(a) 1986
(b) 1987
(c) 1988
(d) 1989
(b) 1987
Prios to enactment of the arbitration & conciliation Act,1996 the law of arbitration
in the country was sub stately contained in three enactment namely
(a) The arbitration act 1940, the arbitration act,1937, The foreign award act, 1961
(b) The arbitration act 1940
(c) Only a or b
(d) None of else
(a) The arbitration act 1940, the arbitration act,1937, The foreign award act, 1961
How many section in arbitration act(a) 84
(b) 86
(c) 87
(b) 86

(d) 88

How many schedule in the act(a) One schedule


(b) Two schedule
(c) Three
(d) Four
(c) Three
General provision on arbitration provides in(a) Part-I
(b) Part-II
(c) Part-III
(d) Part-IV

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Enforcement of certain foreign awards contains in(a) Part-I


(b) Part-II
(c) Part-III
(d) Part-IV
(b) Part-II
Which parts is deals with(a) Part-I
(c) Part-III
(c) Part-III

(b) Part-II
(d) None of them

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Supplementary provisions deals with(a) Part-I


(b) Part- I & II
(c) Part-III
(d) Part-IV
(d) Part-IV
Power of arbitration enhanced in which section(a) Sec-16 & 17
(b) Sec-17 & 18
(c) Sec-18 & 19
(d) Sec- 19 & 20
(a) Sec-16 & 17
The conciliator is not sound be the code of civil procedure,1908 or the Indian
evidence Act, 1872 is said in(a) Sec-66
(b) Sec-67
(c) Sec-68
(d) Sec-69
(a) Sec-66
Arbitration as a conciliator and is a separate chapter for conciliation in(a) Under the old Act
(b) in the new act
(c) Only
(d) Nor (a) nor (b)
(b) in the new act
ICA means(a) International commercial arbitration
(b) International conciliation arbitration
(c) Nor (a) nor (b)
(d) None of them
(a) International commercial arbitration
International commercial arbitration means an arbitration relating to disputes
arising out of(a) Legal relating ship
(b) Domestic Relationship
(c) Nor (a) nor (b)
(d) None of these
(a) Legal relating ship
When a dispute or difference arose between the parties in course of commercial
transaction and the same could not be settled friendly by negotiation inform
conciliation or mediation is a(a) Institutional arbitration (b) Ad-hoc arbitration
(c) Contractual arbitration
(d) none
(b) Ad-hoc arbitration
The mandatory arbitration which is imposed on the parties by operation of law is(a) Statuary arbitration
(b) Domestic
(c) Contractual
(d) Institutional
(a) Statuary arbitration

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The constitution of India, 1950 make provision that the state should encourage
settlement of international disputes by arbitration it includes domestic arbitration
says in(a) Art-51
(b) Art-52
(c) Art-52(d)
(d) Art-53
(a) Art-51
The dispute of 1996 act is(a) For challenging an award an aggrieved party has to start again form the district
court.
(b) These is no provision enabling the Indian parties to obtain interim measness
from Indian court before a foreign arbitration could commence outside India.
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Nor (a) Nor (b)

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Whether a minor or a lunatic can refer disputes to arbitration?


(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) may be
(d) None of them
(b) No
Submit to provided he is acting bona fide for the benefit of the
family.
(a) Karta
(b) Manager of joint Hindu family
(c) Nor A nor B
(d) Both of them
(b) Manager of joint Hindu family
An agent is duly authorized has power to refer the matter is dispute to arbitration(a) Yes
(b) Not
(c) Both
(d) Nor A nor B
(a) Yes
A trustee can submit to arbitration(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) May be
(a) Yes

(d) None

An insolvent submit can disputes to arbitration(a) Yes


(b) Not
(c) Both
(d) Nor A nor B
(b) Not
The question of arbitration aries only between the(a) One party (b) Two Party (c) Two or more (d) Both A & B
(c) Two or more
In case of arbitration a prior agreement into submit arbitration dispute
which have arisen or which may arise in future is necessary(a) Orally
(b) Written
(c) Both
(d) Neither A & B
(b) Written
Sec of the ACA_96_which whatine provisions regarding arbitration
agreements(a) Sec-5
(b) Sec-6
(c) Sec-7
(d) Sec-8
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Arbitration agreement must be in(a) Orally


(b) Writing
(c) Both A & B
(b) Writing

(d) None

The parties must be an arbitration agreement(a) ad-idem (b) Opposite (c) Both
(d) None of these
(a) ad-idem
Arbitration agreement may be relating to(a) Future
(b) Present
(c) Either present either further (d) None
(c) Either present either further
The validity of arbitration agreement does depend on the number of arbitrators(a) Yes
(b) Not
(c) May be
(d) None of else
(b) Not
The parties are..to submit by an agreement in writing even the fathom of a
contract for the decision by the arbitrators(a) Bound
(b) Free
(c) Both A & B
(d) None
(b) Free
To constitute an arbitrates agreement is writing it is not necessary that is should
be(a) Signed by the parties
(b) Not Signed by the parties
(c) The parties is bound to sign
(d) None
(a) Signed by the parties
Whether the arbitration act 1940 & arbitration & conciliation act 1996 recognizes
oral agreement(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Both A & B
(d) None
(b) No
The agreement to refer disputes or differences to arbitration must be expressly or
impliedly spelt from the clause said(a) State of Orissa V. Damodar Das
(b) Bharat Bhusan Bansal V. U.P. Small Industries Corporation Ltd.
(c) Only A
(d) None
(a) State of Orissa V. Damodar Das
is to help and assist the parties to reach an available
settlement of their dispute.
(a) Arbitrator
(b) Conciliator
(c) Referee
(d) Mediator
(b) Conciliator

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The..does not merely a assist the parties but he also actively


arbitrates and resolves the disputes by making an arbitral award.
(a) Conciliator
(b) Arbitrator
(c) Referee
(d) Mediator
(b) Arbitrator
..Persuader parties to dispute for compromise.
(a) Mediator
(d) Arbitrator
(c) Referee
(d) Conciliator
(a) Mediator
An.is bound to give award on a difference a dispute presented before
him without a stipulated period his award is received find and binding on act the
parties.
(a) Arbitrator
(b) Referee
(c) Conciliator
(d) None
(a) Arbitrator
Amakes only a statement according to his own knowledge and belief.
The courts then decide the difference or dispute on the basic of such statement.
(a) Arbitrator
(b) Referee
(c) Conciliator
(d) None
(b) Referee
Who plays the role of a natural intermediary is to bring the parties together in a
frame of Mind to forget their animosities and prepare them for a compromise by
adopting a mid way app rowh.
(a) Arbitrator
(b) Conciliator
(c) Refuse
(d) Mediator
(b) Conciliator
An arbitrator has to divide according to law but a..can conciliator
irrespective of law.
(a) Conciliator
(b) Arbitrator
(c) Mediator
(d) None
(a) Conciliator
Whether the signature of parties is necessary in arbitration agreement.
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) May be
(d) None of them
(a) Yes
Government arbitration agreement must be signed by authorized person.
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) May be
(d) None
(a) Yes
When..partner signs on behalf of all the partners in the firm name it
can will be contended that all partners are signatories through the signing partners
as their agent.
(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Four
(a) One

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Whether
arbitration
cannot
grant
specific
performance
is.contained in arbitration of conciliation act, 1996.
(a) Provision
(b) No Provision
(c) Both a & b
(d) None
(b) No Provision

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Under sec-34 first while 1940 act the Court had the discretion in the matter either
to stay the suit and bring about arbitration or to permit the suit to go on under the
arbitration & conciliation act, 1996 the word used is shall. The effect is that the
court has no choice or discretions in the matter and is to refer the parties to
arbitration.
(a) Bound
(b) Not Bound
(c) May be Bound or Not bound
(d) None of them
(a) Bound
Under the arbitration act of 1940 (now repeated) the court has a discretion either
to stay the suit and order reference toor allow the suit to proceed.
(a) Arbitration
(b) Conciliation
(c) Mediation
(d) None
(a) Arbitration
But under the new act, S-8 has been cast in a.form.
(a) Mandatory
(b) Decretory
(c) Both a & b
(d) Neither a nor b
(a) Mandatory
The matter about which a suit has been filed should be within the scope of
the..in a matter which is the subject of an arbitration agreement.
(a) Arbitration agreement
(b) Conciliation
(c) Mediation
(d) None of these
(a) Arbitration agreement
The arbitration clause provide that in the event of any dispute on a specified
aspect of the contract the decision of the designated officer on the dispute shall be
final andon the parties.
(a) Binding
(b) Not binding
(c) May be
(d) None
(a) Binding
As assignment means that one of the parties to the contract has transferred his
rights and obligations under the act to another.
(a) Party
(b) Person
(c) Arbitration
(d) None
(b) Person

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A reply to an application for ainjunction was not construed as the first


statement on the substance of the dispute.
(a) Temporary
(b) Mandatory
(c) Either a or b
(d) Neither a nor b
(a) Temporary
The suit between partners. A statement has yet to be field.
(a) Oral
(b) Written
(c) Either a or b
(d) None
(b) Written
The applicant should have been at the time when the proceedings were started and
should still and remain..and .to all things necessary to the
proper conduct of arbitration.
(a) Ready and willing
(b) Not ready not Willing
(c) Either ready or willing
(d) Neither ready or willing
(a) Ready and willing
A person who is appointed to determine difference and dispute between two or
more parties by their mutual consent is called an.
(a) Arbitrator
(b) Conciliator
(c) Mediator
(d) Referee
(a) Arbitrator
Arbitrator is an extra judicial tribunal whose decision is binding on the..
(a) Person
(b) Parties
(c) Tribunal (d) None
(b) Parties
The person who is so appointed must also give consent to act as an..
(a) Arbitrator (b) conciliator (c) Mediator (d) None
(a) Arbitrator
His appointment is.till he has accepted the reference.
(a) Complete
(b) Non Complete
(c) Either complete or non complete (d) Neither a nor b
(b) Non Complete
The parties may appoint who member they planes to arbitrate on
their..
(a) Matter
(b) Dispute (c) Fact
(d) None
(b) Dispute
The parties may choose anby lot or any other method.
(a) Conciliator
(b) Mediator
(c) Arbitrator
(d) Referee
(c) Arbitrator
Number of arbitrators consist in(a) Sec-10
(b) Sec-11
(c) Sec-12
(a) Sec-10

(d) Sec-13

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The parties are free to determine the member of arbitrators provide that such
number shall not be annumber.
(a) Even
(b) Odd
(c) Either even or Odd
(d) Neither even Nor Odd
(a) Even
If the parties fail to make the determination the arbitral tribunal shall consist of a(a) Sole arbitrators
(b) Sole conciliator
(c) Arbitrator
(d) Conciliator
(a) Sole arbitrators
A person of any . Be an arbitrator, unless otherwise agreed by the parties.
(a) Citizenship
(b) Nationality
(c) Either a or b
(d) Neither a Nor B
(b) Nationality
The parties are.to agree on a procedure for appointing the arbitrators
or arbitrators.
(a) Free
(b) Bound
(c) Not Free (d) Not Bound
(a) Free
Presiding arbitrates define in(a) Sec-11(1) (b) Sec-11(2) (c) Sec-11(3) (d) Sec-11(4)
(c) Sec-11(3)
Failing any agreement on a procedure in an arbitration with three arbitrators each
parties shall appoint(a) One arbitrators
(b) Two Arbitrator
(c) Three arbitrators
(d) Four Arbitrator
(a) One arbitrators
The two appointed arbitrator shall appoint third arbitrator who shall act as the(a) Arbitrator
(b) Presiding Arbitrator
(c) Conciliator
(d) None of these

Ans132.
Ans133.

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A party fails to appoint an arbitrator with indays from the receipt of a


request to do so from the other party.
(a) 30 days
(b) 80 days
(c) 90 days
(d) 60 days
(a) 30 days
If parties fail to appoint an arbitrators then the appointment shall be made upon
result of a party by the.designated by him.
(a) Chief justice
(b) Any person or
(c) Institution
(d) Chief justice or any person or institution
(d) Chief justice or any person or institution

134.
Ans135.
Ans136.

Ans137.
Ans138.

Ans139.

Ans140.
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Failure to appoint arbitrator consist in(a) Sec-11(2)


(b) Sec-11(5)
(c) Sec-11(7)
(d) Sec-11(9)
(c) Sec-11(7)
The decision of the chief justice or the person or designated by him shall be(a) Final
(b) Not Final
(c) May be
(d) None
(a) Final
In which case said that the chief justice of the High Court or any person or
institution desinated by him to take necessary measures for securing the
appointment of arbitrator an receipt of request from a party(a) State of U.P. V. Damodar Das
(b) Konkan Railway corporation Ltd. And other v/s Rani contr. Pvt. Ltd.
(c) Supreme Court of India Judgment in SBP & Co. v/s Patel Eng. Ltd.
(d) None of these
(c) Supreme Court of India Judgment in SBP & Co. v/s Patel Eng. Ltd.
Procedure for challenging the appointment of arbitration consist in(a) Sec-11
(b) Sec-12
(c) Sec-13
(d) Sec-14
(c) Sec-13
Under Sec-13(1) provides the challenges procedure and provides freedom to the
agree on a procedure for challenging the(a) Conciliator
(b) Arbitrator
(c) Mediator
(d) None
(b) Arbitrator
Section..of the ACA-1996 is in pattern of art of the model law which
provides grounds for challenges to an arbitrator and to enforce that justice fair
play impartiality and independency must be followed by an arbitrator(a) 12
(b) 13
(c) 12(1)
(d) 13(1)
(a) 12
Specially provides ground for challenging the arbitrator contain in(a) Sec-12(1)
(b) Sec-12(2)
(c) Sec-12(3)
(d) Sec-12(4)
(c) Sec-12(3)
Under sec of the erstwhile 1940 Act, the court had the Discretion in the matter to
stay the suit & bring about arbitration or to permit the suit to go on.
(a) Sec-32
(b) Sec-33
(c) Sec-34
(d) Sec-35
(c) Sec-34
The arbitration clause provided that in the event of any dispute on a specified as
part of the contract the decision of the designated officer on the dispute shall
be
(a) Final
(b) Binding (c) Final or Binding (d) None
(c) Final or Binding

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An assignment means that one of parties to the contract has transferred his rights
and obligations under the act to(a) Arbitrator
(b) Mediator
(c) Conciliator
(d) Another person
(d) Another person
The requirement under the earlier 1940 Act that the applicant should have taken
any steps in the proceeding
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) May be
(d) Non
(a) Yes
There should not be any sufficient reason for not referring the dispute to(a) Arbitration
(b) Conciliator
(c) Referee
(d) None
(a) Arbitration
A person who is appointed to determine difference and dispute between two or
more parties by their mutual consent is called an(a) Arbitrates
(b) Conciliator
(c) Mediator
(d) None
(a) Arbitrates
He is an(a) Judicial tribunal
(c) Tribunal
(b) Extra judicial tribunal

(b) Extra judicial tribunal


(d) None

Whose decision ison the parties(a) Binding (b) Not Binding


(c) May be

(c) None

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Number of arbitrators defines in(a) Sec-8


(b) Sec-9
(c) Sec-10
(c) Sec-10

(d) Sec-11

Appointment of arbitrators define in


(a) Sec-9
(b) Sec-10
(c) Sec-11(c) Sec-11

(d) Sec-12

The parties areto determine the number of(a) Free


(b) Not Free (c) May be
(d) All of above
(a) Free
A person of anymay be an arbitrator(a) Nationality
(b) Citizen
(c) Both A or B
(d) All of above
(a) Nationality

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The parties are free to agree on a procedure for appointing the arbitrator or
arbitrators(a) Sec-11
(b) Sec-11(1) (c) Sec-11(2) (d) Sec-11(3)
(c) Sec-11(2)
Procedure for challenging the appointment of arbitrators define in(a) Sec-11
(b) Sec-12
(c) Sec-13
(d) Sec-14
(c) Sec-13
Te words unable perform his functions used in(a) Sec-14
(b) Sec-14(1)(a)
(c) Sec-14(1)(b)
(b) Sec-14(1)(a)

(d) Sec-141(c)

The words unable to perform his further his function refer to incapability of the
arbitrators the incapacity may either be(a) Mental
(b) Physical (c) Both A & B
(d) All of above
(b) Physical
.provides that mandate of the arbitrate whether dead or alive shall
terminate on has inability to act as arbitrates after he has entered upon the
reference(a) Sec-14
(b) Sec-15
(c) Sec-16
(d) Sec-17
(a) Sec-14
Termination of mandate and substitution of arbitrates describes in(a) Sec-14
(b) Sec-15
(c) Sec-16
(d) Sec-17
(b) Sec-15
Sec-15 provides in addition to the circumstances referred to in S.13 or 14 the
mandate of an arbitrate shall terminate(a) Where he with draws from office for any reason.
(b) BL or Pursuant to agreement of the parties.
(c) Both A & B
(d) All of above
(c) Both A & B
.prescribes the procedure for the appointment of sub arbitrator(a) S. 15(1) (b) S. 15(2) (c) S. 15(3) (d) S. 15(4)
(b) S. 15(2)
Where parties have not specifically so desired the reconstituted tribunal has the
discretion tothe proceedings(a) Repeat
(b) Or not to repeat
(c) Repeat or not to repeat
(d) All of above
(c) Repeat or not to repeat
Competence of arbitral tribunal to rule on its jurisdiction contains in(a) Sec-15
(b) Sec-16
(c) Sec-17
(d) Sec-18
(b) Sec-16

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The arbitral tribunal may rule one its own jurisdiction including ruling an any
objections with respect to the existence or..of the arbitration agreement(a) Void ability
(b) Validity (c) Both A & B
(c) None
(b) Validity
A plea that the arbitral tribunal is excelling the scope of its authority shall be
raised as soon the matter alleged to be beyond the scope of its authority is raised
during the(a) Arbitral proceedings
(b) Arbitral tribunal
(c) Arbitral Agreement
(d) None
(a) Arbitral proceedings
The arbitral tribunal shall decide on a plea referred to in 3ab. Sec.(a) 16(12)
(b) 16(3)
(c) 16(2) & (3)
(d) Both

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Challenge to jurisdiction(a) Sec-16(1) (b) Sec-16(2) (c) Sec-16 (3)


(a) Sec-16(1)

(d) Sec-16(4)

Through there was no similar provision in the erstwhile 1940 Act, the position in
law was..the same.
(a) More
(b) Less
(c) More or Less Both
(d) None
(c) More or Less Both
In the arbitral tribunal hold that the contract is.it will not result in the
automatic invalidity of the arbitration clause(a) Null
(b) Void
(c) Null & Void both (d) None
(c) Null & Void both
For the purpose an arbitration clause in a contract shall be treated as an arbitration
agreement independent of the(a) Contract (b) Constitution
(c) Arbitration
(d) None
(a) Contract
The arbitration has to decide the question of plea against his jurisdiction because
his very authority depends upon the scope of the(a) Agreement (b) Contract (c) Arbitration
(d) All of above
(a) Agreement
The court said that the question of jurisprudence went to the root of the matter. It
should have been decided(a) First
(b) Last
(c) May be First or Last
(d) None
(a) First
It has also been held that its functioning the arbitral tribunal like other tribunal fall
with in the supervisory jurisdiction of the High Court Under Artof the
constitution(a) 227
(b) 226
(c) 228
(d) 229
(a) 227

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The arbitral tribunal is also object to the supervision of the principal of


original jurisdiction in a district or the High Court in the exercise of its original
jurisdiction(a) Civil Court
(b) Criminal Court
(c) Criminal & Civil Both
(d) None of them
(a) Civil Court
The court said that it would be preposterous to content that such tribunal does not
come with in the preview of art(a) 226
(b) 227
(c) 228
(d) 229
(b) 227
When an award has been made after rejection of the objection party lack of or
excess of jurisdiction the aggrieved party may make an application under sec- to
set aside the award(a) Sec-32
(b) Sec-33
(c) Sec-34
(d) None
(c) Sec-34
In these proceedings the award can be challenged inter aica the ground that the
objection were wrongly(a) Accepted (b) Rejected (c) Only
(d) A only B
(b) Rejected
The arbitration act, 1940 did not confer any specific power on arbitrators to take(a) Measures (b) Interim Measures (c) Both
(d) None
(b) Interim Measures
Sec.Provides for the taking of interim measures in request of the subject
matter of the dispute by the arbitral tribunal(a) Sec-17
(b) Sec-18
(c) Sec-19
(d) Sec-20
(a) Sec-17
The procedure of conduct of arbitral proceedings as given in chapter..of
the ACA-1996(a) V
(b) VI
(c) VII
(d) VIII
(a) V
The procedure of conduct of arbitral proceeding as given chap V sec-..of the
ACA-1996(a) 16 to 27 (b) 18 to 27 (c) 19 to 27 (d) None
(b) 18 to 27
Equal treatment of parties contains in(a) Sec-18
(b) Sec-19
(c) Sec-20
(a) Sec-18

(d) Sec-21

Determination of rules of procedure defines in(a) Sec-19


(b) Sec-20
(c) Sec-21
(d) Sec-22
(a) Sec-19

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Place of arbitration consist in(a) Sec-19


(b) Sec-20
(c) Sec-21
(b) Sec-20

(d) Sec-22

The parties are.to agree on the place of arbitration(a) Free


(b) Pound
(c) May be free or bound
(d) None of them
(a) Free
Registration of award is(a) Necessary (b) Not Necessary
(a) Necessary

(c) May be

(d) None

Three must be certainty and finality of award(a) Yes


(b) No
(c) May be
(d) None
(a) Yes
Arbitral award must be reasoned define in(a) Sec-31
(b) Sec-31(1) (c) Sec-32(2) (d) Sec-32(3)
(d) Sec-32(3)
Termination of arbitral proceedings(a) Sec-32
(b) Sec-33
(c) Sec-34
(a) Sec-32

(d) None

Sec-32(2) specifies the following.circumstances under which the


arbitral tribunal may order termination of arbitral proceedings without making the
final award(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Four
(c) Three
Appoint..or..experts to report to it on specific issues to determined
by arbitral tribunal(a) One
(b) Two
(c) One or More
(d) None
(c) One or More
Court assistance in taking evidence contain(a) Sec-25
(b) Sec-26
(c) Sec-27
(d) Sec-28
(c) Sec-27
Based on decided cases arbitrators have the powers to(a) Award interest
(b) Order dissolution of partnership
(c) Award costs
(d) All of above
(d) All of above
Case of misconduct(a) Failing to decide all matters referred
(b) Making inconsistent award
(c) Rejection of Material evidence tendered
(d) All of above
(d) All of above

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Case which do not involve misconduct(a) Receipt of fees by an arbitrator in advance


(b) Making inconsistent ward\
(c) Both A or B
(d) None
(a) Receipt of fees by an arbitrator in advance
The arbitrators would be cover by the words other person in artof the
constitution(a) 226
(b) 227
(c) 228
(d) 229
(a) 226
Commencement of arbitral proceedings contains in sec(a) 20
(b) 21
(c) 22
(d) 23
(b) 21
The parties are free to agree upon the language or languages to be used in the
arbitral proceedings(a) Sec-21
(b) Sec-22
(c) Sec-23
(d) Sec-24
(b) Sec-22
Failing any agreement referred to in sub section(1) the arbitral tribunal shall
determine the languages to be used in the(a) Arbitral proceedings
(b) Arbitral tribunal
(c) Both A & B
(d) None
(a) Arbitral proceedings

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Statement of claim & Defense contains in(a) Sec-22


(b) Sec-23
(c) Sec-24
(d) Sec-25
Ans- (b) Sec-23

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Hearings and written proceedings contains in(a) Sec-23


(b) Sec-24
(c) Sec-25
(d) Sec-26
(b) Sec-24
Unless otherwise agree by the parties the arbitral tribunal shall decide whether to
holdhearings for the presentation of evidence or for oral agreement or
whether the proceedings shall be conducted on the basis of documents and other
materials(a) Oral
(b) Written
(c) Oral & Written
(d) None
(a) Oral
Default of a party contains in(a) Sec-23
(b) Sec-24
(c) Sec-25
(c) Sec-25

(d) Sec-26

Expert appointment by arbitral tribunal(a) Sec-25


(b) Sec-26
(c) Sec-27
Ans-` (b) Sec-26

(d) Sec-28

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Commencement of arbitral proceeding in(a) Sec-20


(b) Sec-21
(c) Sec-22
(b) Sec-21

(d) Sec-23

The parties are free to agree upon the language or languages to be used in the
arbitral proceedings(a) Sec-21
(b) Sec-22
(c) Sec-23
(d) Sec-24
(b) Sec-22
Statement of claim and defense define in(a) Sec-23
(b) Sec-24
(d) Sec-25
(a) Sec-23

(d) None

Hearing and written proceeding defines in(a) Sec-24


(b) Sec-25
(c) Sec-26
(d) None
(a) Sec-24
Expert appointment by arbitral tribunal(a) Sec-25
(b) Sec-26
(c) Sec-27
(b) Sec-26

(d) None

The arbitral tribunal or a party with the approval of arbitral tribunal may apply to
the court for assistance in taking evidence(a) Sec-26
(b) Sec-27
(c) Sec-28
(d) Sec-29
(b) Sec-27
Power of arbitrators have the power to(a) Award interest
(b) Award cost
(c) Fix time of payment
(d) All above
(d) All above
Examination of parties production of documents effects of default(a) Sec-24
(b) Sec-25
(c) Sec-26
(d) None
(b) Sec-25
Power to limit evidence(a) Sec-19
(b) Sec-19(1) (c) Sec-19(2) (d) Sec-19(4)
(d) Sec-19(4)
There is no provision n the 196 Act requiring the arbitrators to give notice of
closure of hearings to the parties.
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) May be
(d) None
(a) Yes
Is misconduct is a part of arbitrators(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) May be
(a) Yes

(d) None

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Case of Misconduct(a) Failing to decide all matters referred


(b) Making inconsistent award
(c) Both A & B
(d) None
(c) Both A & B
Cases with do not involve misconduct(a) Receipt of faces by an arbitrators in advances
(b) If the adjournment asked for was without sufficient case end refused by the
arbitrator that can not be a mis conduct.
(c) Refused to decide question of limitation as a prim nary issue and refused to
state case to Court is not misconduct.
(d) All of above.
(d) All of above.
The procedure of conduct of arbitral proceedings as given in chap V Section.
of the ACA 1996(a) 18 to 27 (b) 16 to 27 (c) 18 to 29 (d) 19 to 30
(a) 18 to 27

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The parties shall be treated with quality and each party shall be given a full
opportunity to present his case contain in(a) Sec-18
(b) Sec-19
(c) Sec-20
(d) Sec-21

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Determination of rules of procedure in(a) Sec-19


(b) Sec-20
(c) Sec-18
(a) Sec-19

(d) None

Place of arbitration(a) Sec-20


(b) Sec-21
(a) Sec-20

(d) Sec-23

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(c) Sec-22

Award means an arbitral award it is a final judgment of the arbitral tribunal on all
matter referred to it(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Both A & B
(d) None
(a) Yes
Arbitral awards includes an interim award(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) May be
(a) Yes

(d) None

The term coasts means(a) Fees & expenses of the arbitrators and witnesses
(b) Legal fees and expenses
(c) Any administrative fees of the institution supervising the arbitration
(d) All of above
(d) All of above

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Ans-

What are the essential of an arbitral awards(a) Arbitral award must be in writing and signed
(b) Award must be by mutual settlement
(c) Award must be reasoned
(d) all of above
(d) all of above
Arbitral award must be in writing and signed(a) Sec-30
(b) Sec-31
(c) Sec-32
(d) None
(b) Sec-31
The award shall also state the.andof arbitration
(a) Address (b) Date
(c) Date & Place
(d) None
(c) Date & Place
A copy of award only signed shall also be delivered to.party
(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Each
(d) None
(b) Two
Corrections Interpretation withdays from the receipt the arbitral award.
(a) 15 days
(b) 30 Days (c0 40 Days (d) 60 Days
(b) 30 Days
Competence of arbitral tribunal to rule on its jurisdiction in(a) Sec-15
(b) Sec-16
(c) Sec-17
(d) Sec-18
(b) Sec-16
The arbitral tribunal may rule on its own jurisdiction including ruling on any
objections with respect to the existence or validity of the arbitration and for that
purpose(a) An arbitration clause which forms part of a contract shall be treated as an
agreement independent of the other terms of the contract
(b) A decision by the arbitral tribunal that the contract null and void shall not ental
ipso jure the invalidity of the arbitration clause.
(c) Both A & B
(d) None
(c) Both A & B
Challenge to jurisdiction(a) Sec-15
(b) Sec-15(1)
(d) Sec-16(1)

(c) Sec-16

(d) Sec-16(1)

Sec-16(1) empowers an arbitral tribunal to decide(a) The question as to its jurisdiction and
(b) The object as to the existence or validity of the arbitration agreement
(c) Both A & B
(d) None
(c) Both A & B

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If the arbitral tribunal holds that the contract is.it will not result in the
automatic invalidity of the arbitration clause(a) Null
(b) Void
(c) Null & Void
(d) None

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Though there was no similar provision in the erstwhile 1940 act, the provision in
law wasthe same(a) Less
(b) More
(c) More or Less
(d) None
(c) More or Less
An objection that the arbitral tribunal is entertaining some matter beyond its
jurisdiction or authority can be raised before the(a) Arbitrator (b) Tribunal (c) Conciliator
(d) All of above
(b) Tribunal
The tribunal is compact to rule on its own(a) Jurisdiction
(b) Field
(c) Both A & B
(a) Jurisdiction

(d) None

Where objections as to lack of jurisdiction are raised in accordance with subsection (2) and (3) the.must decide them
(a) Arbitration
(b) Arbitral tribunal
(c) conciliator
(d) All of above
(b) Arbitral tribunal
Te arbitrator has to decide the question of plea against his jurisdiction because his
very authority depends upon the scope of the(a) Award
(b) Agreement
(c) Arbitration
(d) None
(b) Agreement
The court set aside the award the court said that the question of jurisdiction went
to the Root of the matter it should have been decide(a) First
(b) Secondly (c) Last
(d) None
(a) First
When an award has been made after rejection of the objection as to lack or excess
of jurisdiction the aggrieved party may make an application under sec-
to aside the award(a) 32
(b) 33
(c) 34
(d) 35
(c) 34
In the proceedings the award can be challenged inter alia an the ground that the
objection wererejected.
(a) Wrongly (b) Correctly (c) May be wrongly or correctly (d) None
(a) Wrongly

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The fact that the court can consider the question of jurisdiction of arbitrator only
after..of the award was held to be not a ground for containing that the
award is not subject to any judicial scrutiny(a) Passing
(b) Rejection (c) Passing & Rejection both (d) None
(a) Passing
Sec..Provides for the taking of interim measures by the court in certain matters(a) 8
(b) 9
(c) 10
(d) 16
(b) 9
..provides for the taking of interim measures in respect of the subject
matter of the dispute by the arbitral tribunal(a) Sec-16
(b) Sec-17
(c) Sec-18
(d) Sec-19
(b) Sec-17
.indicate that the parties may by agreement exclude the exercise of
such a power by the arbitral tribunal(a) Sec-17
(b) Sec-17(1) (c) Sec-17(2) (d) None
(b) Sec-17(1)
Sec-17 Sub Secempower the tribunal to order the furnishing of adequate
a security by a party for carrying but an interim measure ordered under the
section(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4
(b) 2
Examination of parties production of document effects of default(a) Sec-25
(b) Sec-26
(c) Sec-27
(d) Sec-28
(a) Sec-25
Powers to limit evidence contains in(a) Sec-19(1) (b) 19(2)
(c) 19(3)
(d) 19(4)

(d) 19(4)

There is.provision in the 1996 act requiring the arbitrator to give notice of
clause of hearing to the parties. But judicial pronouncements and fair play require
that the parties should be informed of the clause of the proceeding(a) Provision (b) No Provision
(c) May be
(d) None
(b) No Provision
Relying upon the provision of the act it self that it to say the internal aids to
interpretation the Patna High Court came to the arbitral tribunal would have full
authority and power to recall its order terminating the proceeding under section(a) 25
(b) 25(a)
(b) Sec-26
(d) Sec-26(a)
(b) 25(a)
Termination of arbitration proceedings subject(a) 33
(b) 34
(c) 33 & 34
(c) 33 & 34

(d) None

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provides that the arbitral tribunal will have power to act even after
conclusion corrections in the award or interpreting any point in the award(a) Sec-33
(b) Sec-34
(c) 34(1)
(d) 34(2)
(a) Sec-33
Where any party has moved an application to a court for setting aside the arbitral
award v/sof the act the court may ask the tribunal to resume the
arbitral proceedings or take such other action as in the opinion of the arbitral
tribunal will elements the grounds for setting aside the arbitral award..
(a) 33
(b) 34
(c) 35
(d) 36
(b) 34
When may an arbitral tribunal modify or correct an award (correction &
interpretation)(a) With in 15 days
(b) With in 30 days
(c) With in 45 days
(d) With in 60 days
(b) With in 30 days
Arbitral award setting aside v/s
(a) 33
(b) 34
(c) 35
(b) 34

(d) 36

Application recourses to a court against an arbitral may be made only by an


application for setting aside such award(a) Sec-33
(b) Sec-34
(c) Sec-34(1) (d) Sec-34(2)
(c) Sec-34(1)