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Commentary on The Commercial Courts Act, 2015 (Act No. 4 of 2016) (As Amendment by Act 28 of 2018, w.r.e.f. 03.05.2018)

Commentary on The Commercial Courts Act, 2015 (Act No. 4 of 2016) (As Amendment by Act 28 of 2018, w.r.e.f. 03.05.2018)

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  • Author(s): M.V. Durga Prasad
  • Publisher: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 6 Ed 2021
  • ISBN 13 9789390912308
  • Approx. Pages 864 + contents
  • Format Hardbound
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Description
The fifth edition of this book was sold out long back and there are no legislative changes during the period of revision. In spite of the pandemic, lot of cases arising under the Act, reported online. A number of judgements of the Supreme Court and various High Courts, dealing with umpteen varieties of situations are now available and this required a thorough revision of the book. Practically the first and second parts of this book, containing commentary swelled from 182 pages to 287 pages. About 200 citations are added in this edition, enriching and updating the commentary. The Commentary is revised and arranged under topical headings, so that the topic can be treated comprehensively. These topical headings are set out as Synopsis under relevant Section/ Rule to facilitate easy access to a busy reader. A detailed subject Index is also given at the end of the Book. As the provisions of the Act are fully loaded with commentary, it is thought necessary to append its bare Act as amended up to date, to the Book at the end, for easy reference to the different provisions of the Act. In addition to Delhi, Bombay and Gujarat, a large number of Calcutta High Court judgments are reported during the period of revision. reports from High Courts of Madras, Rajasthan and Punjab & Haryana have also gone up. Supreme Court held that there is no prohibition under the Act, for conferring original Jurisdiction under the Designs Act, even to the High Courts, having no original Jurisdiction, which may have bearing on other provisions of this Act, dealing with Jurisdiction of Courts under the Act. Though, certain positions under the Act are well settled by the Supreme Court,2 the application of these principles to myriad situations by various High Courts made an interesting study

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Table of Contents
Part I
1. A Macro study
Part II : Act with Commentary
2. The Commercial Court Act, 2015
Part III : Amendment Act, Notifications & Practice Notes
3. The Commercial Courts, Commercial Division and Commercial appellate Division of
     High Courts (Amendment) Act, 2018
4. Notifications
5. Practice Notes
part IV : Central Rules U/S 21A of Commercial Courts Act
6. The Commercial Court Courts (Pre-Intitution mediation and Settlement) Rules, 2018
7. The Commercial Courts (Statistical Date) Rule, 2018
Part V : State Rule
8. Delhi High Court (Orginal Side) Rule, 2018
9. The Gujarat High Court Rules, 1993
Part VI : Bare Act
10. The Commercial Court Act, 2015
11. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Subjcet Index
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Author Details
M.V. Durga Prasad
, Advocate HighCourt of Telangana

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