India’s Supreme Court to reevaluate arbitration clause in unstamped ag…

The Supreme Court of India has called for a seven-judge bench to review an April ruling that deemed an arbitration clause unenforceable by law if the agreement is unstamped or insufficiently stamped. This decision, led by Chief Justice of India, Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud, stems from concerns about the “limitless uncertainty in the area of arbitration”. […]

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Paytm sinks on debut as India’s biggest IPO irks some investors

MUMBAI, Nov 18 (Reuters) – Digital payments start-up Paytm (PAYT.NS) made one of the worst major Indian stock market debuts on Thursday as its shares fell more than 27% after India’s largest-ever IPO. read more Paytm’s debut rout raised questions around impending initial public offerings (IPOs) on the until-now red hot Indian market, including those […]

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