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A Treatise on The Commercial Courts Act, 2015

A Treatise on The Commercial Courts Act, 2015

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  • Author(s): Sukumar Ray
  • Brand: Tax 'N Law
  • Edition: Ed September 2019
  • Approx. Pages 336 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
Since, 1991, there has been sea change in the economic policies in India and to give a clear message to the investors — both at domestic as well as foreign stage — that the commercial disputed will be disposed of swiftly, establishment of Commercial Courts in India was the need of hour. The Law Commission of India vide its 188th report and subsequently by its 253rd report made an exhaustive discussion about the need of Commercial Courts in India to provide timely justice to the parties of commercial dispute. In the Year 2015 the "Commercial Courts, Commercial Division and Commercial Appellate Division of High Courts Act, 2015" was passed and it received the assent of the president of India on 31.12.2015. Subsequently the Act was amended in the year 2018 and the amended provisions came into force on and from 03.05.2018.
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Contents
The Commercial Courts Act, 2015
Chapter 1    Preliminary
Chapter 2    Commercial courts, Commercial Appellate Courts Commercial Divisions and
                      Commercial Appellate Divisions
Chapter 3    Specified Value
Chapter 3A  Pre-Institution Mediation and Settlement
Chapter 4    Appeals
Chapter 5    Transfer of Pending Suits
Chapter 6    Amendments to the Provisions of The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
Chapter 7    Miscellaneous
Schedule
•    The Commercial Courts (Pre-Institution Mediation and Settlement) Rules, 2018
•    The Commercial Courts (Statistical Data) Rules, 2018
Schedule
Annexure
•    Extract from The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
Part VII — Appeals
Order XXI    :    Execution of Decrees and Orders
Order XLIII  :    Appeals from Orders
•    The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Part I     :    Arbitration
Part IA   :    Arbitration Council of India
Part II    :    Enforcement of Certain Foreign Awards
Part III   :    Conciliation
Part IV   :    Supplementary Provisions
•    High Court of Bombay
•    Notification No. 48/2018 Practice Note for Commercial Division and Commercial Appellate Division in
      Madras High Court
•    High Court of Delhi
•    Government of West Bengal Judicial Department
•    The Gujarat High Court Rules, 1993
•    The High Court of Chhattisgarh Rules, 2007
Rules under Section 73 of the Copyright Act, 1957
•    The Limitation Act, 1963
Part I     :    Preliminary
Part II    :    Limitation of Suits, Appeals and Applications
Part IV   :    Acquisition of Ownership by Possession
Part V    :    Miscellaneous
•    Extract from The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
•    Important Notifications
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Author Details
Sukumar Ray

Born in the year 1967 in the village of Kaichar in the District of Burdwan (Presently Purba Burdwan), Sukumar Ray, the elder of two sons of school teacher, started his education first in Kaichar Primary School and then Bhatar M.P. High School. He stood first in the LL.B examination conducted by the University of Calcutta. He then joined the bar and started practising as lawyer in the district Courts of Alipore, South 24 Parganas as junior of Ajay Kumar Banerjee. He thereafter, passed the LL.M examination. He appeared in the Judicial Service Examination in 1996, stood first joined the service. Sukumar Ray Started his career as Judicial Magistrate and / or Civil Judge (Junior Division).
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