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Online Certificate Course on Arbitration and Contracts

Course Starting Date: 1st of Every month

Course Designed By : Adv. Sakshi Bhayana, Former Asst. Legal Advisor at Delhi International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) [Practising Advocate at High Court of Delhi].

Course Syllabus

Module 1
  • Introduction to Arbitration
  • Difference between Arbitration and Mediation
  • Difference between Arbitration and Negotiation
  • Types of Arbitration
  • Reason to opt opt for Arbitration as Dispute settlement
  • Benefits of Industrial Arbitration
  • Ad hoc Arbitration
  • Benefits of Ad hoc arbitration
  • Fast track Arbitration
  • Benefits of Faat track Arbitration
  • Disputes which can not be resolved by Arbitration
  • Amendments in Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Module 2
  • Arbitration: A consensual Process
  • Landscape of International Commercial Arbitration
  • Arbitration Agreements
  • Appointing the Tribunal
  • Confidentiality and the Arbitral Process
Module 3
  • Monitoring the Tribunal’s application of Contract Law
  • Awards disclosing the errors of English Law
  • General features of Gateway under section 69
  • Exclusion of appeals on points of English Law
  • Effect of High Court appeal under section 69
  • International Controversy Regarding Section 69 challenges
  • Refusal to give effect to Foreign Awards
  • Scheme of New York Convention
  • National Court’s Annulment of Domestic Award
  • The Dallah Saga: English Court’s refusal to enforce French Award
Module 4
  • Central Contractual Doctrines
  • Sources and General principles of English Contract Law
  • Freedom of Contract
  • Principles (Pacta Sunt Servanda, Freedom of Contract, The Objective Principle, Good Faith and Fair dealing, Estoppel- Protection against Party’s inconsistency)
  • Validity (Certainty, Writing, Guarantees, deeds or Covenants, Consideration Doctrine, Misrepresentation and coercion, Terms and Variation, Interpretation of Written contracts, Breach, Frustration and termination, Remedies for breach)

Course Fee :

1000/-
1600/-( for 2 courses)
2200/-( for 3 courses)

Administration of Courses

1. Duration of the course is 1 month.

2. Material(Softcopy) will be mailed for every 5 days.

3. You have to finish a module within specified time.

4. You will be given 3 days to submit questionnaire at the end once we sent.

5. Confirmation mail will be sent within 24 hrs once enrolled.

Certification/Assessment

1. Open book exam at the end will be conducted in order to know course outcome (MCQ/Descriptive).

2. Hardcopy & Softcopy certificate will be provided.

3. Questionnaire will be mailed via e-mail.

Registration and Payment Details

 

Registration fee has to be paid via the following modes:

Phonepe/Paytm/Google Pay: +91 79031 26305

After the payment, please mail us at official.lawsphere@gmail.com with KATOG- Arbitration and Contracts Course as the subject of the mail.  Include the following details in the body of the mail –

  • payment proof
  • course/courses you choose
  • name
  • mail id
  • phone number
  • college
  • Postal address for the certificate

If you have any query, feel free to contact us.

phone number: 6202462109, 92642 55324, 7903126305

Email- official.lawsphere@gmail.com

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