It stands as a vital alternative to conventional court litigation, providing a swift and confidential avenue for resolving disputes. At Vera Causa Legal, we deeply appreciate the importance of arbitration within the framework of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. This act offers a structured approach for amicably settling disputes, which our firm adeptly utilizes to deliver equitable and unbiased services. We prioritize confidentiality and the enforceability of awards, ensuring a fair and efficient resolution process.

Arbitration Services Offered

Vera Causa Legal provides extensive services, catering to a diverse range of cases such as commercial disputes, construction disagreements, and international trade conflicts.

Our team boasts specialized expertise in navigating arbitrations, particularly those entailing intricate legal and factual matters.

We deliver customized solutions that precisely meet our clients’ goals and aspirations.

Types of Arbitration at Vera Causa Legal


Institutional arbitration, facilitated by reputable institutions, provides a structured approach to dispute resolution. Vera Causa Legal partners with esteemed organizations like ICC, LCIA, and SIAC, ensuring efficient and uniform services

Ad Hoc

Ad hoc arbitration, distinct from institutional , operates without an administering institution. Parties, often with support from legal experts like Vera Causa Legal, manage rules, arbitrator selection, and proceedings. This approach offers flexibility tailored to parties' needs, proving advantageous for hands-on dispute resolution.


Vera Causa Legal specializes in efficiently and effectively navigating complex commercial disputes through arbitration. We prioritize preserving clients' business relationships while resolving disputes arising from diverse contracts.


In construction arbitration, known for its complexity and high stakes, our expert lawyers specialize in construction law, adeptly overcoming hurdles like interpreting contracts and resolving claims, ensuring favorable client outcomes.


International arbitration, a crucial tool for resolving cross-border disputes, is guided by established rules like the UNCITRAL Model Law. Vera Causa Legal adeptly applies international laws, ensuring recognized and enforceable resolutions worldwide.

Choosing the Right Type

Selecting the appropriate method depends on several factors, including the dispute's nature, parties' location, issue complexity, and desired formality level. At Vera Causa Legal, we proudly assist clients in navigating this decision. Leveraging our extensive expertise and understanding of both domestic and international, we offer strategic counsel to ensure the best choice is made.

Why Choose Vera Causa Legal

Clients should confidently select Vera Causa Legal for our services due to our:

  1. Extensive Expertise : Our seasoned arbitrators possess a comprehensive understanding of both national and international arbitration laws and procedures.
  2. Wealth of Experience: With a wealth of experience managing high-stakes, our team brings a depth of knowledge crucial for handling intricate cases adeptly.
  3. Proven Track Record of Success: Recognized as one of the premier service providers in the Delhi NCR region, we boast a history of achieving favorable outcomes for our clients.
  4. Strategic Approach: Our leading attorneys employ a strategic approach, ensuring disputes are resolved efficiently and effectively.

By selecting Vera Causa Legal for our services, you’re embracing a team that seamlessly merges profound legal expertise with extensive practical experience across diverse contexts.

Our client-centric approach prioritizes positive results, ensuring optimal outcomes while upholding unwavering standards of professionalism and integrity.

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Vera Causa Legal specializes in a range of corporate legal services, seamlessly guiding clients through various processes, from corporate transactions to regulatory compliance.

Our team is dedicated to tailoring solutions that align with your business needs, ensuring your success every step of the way.

Whether you’re launching a new venture, maneuvering through mergers and acquisitions, or ensuring compliance with industry regulations, we’ve got you covered.

With our seasoned expertise, we offer strategic guidance and practical solutions that not only protect your interests but also pave the way for your success.

Focusing on efficiency and effectiveness, we work closely with our clients, addressing corporate legal matters with precision and proficiency.

Reach out to us today to explore how our comprehensive corporate legal services can propel your business forward and effectively mitigate risks.


Arbitration Clauses​

It clauses play a crucial role in commercial contracts by outlining the process in the event of a dispute.

At Vera Causa Legal, we excel in crafting strong clauses that establish clear and enforceable guidelines.

These clauses not only protect our clients’ interests but also lay the groundwork for resolving future disputes through arbitration, ensuring a fair and efficient process.

The Arbitration and Conciliation Act of 1996 serves as a comprehensive framework governing in India, offering an effective alternative to traditional court proceedings.

Aligned with modern international practices, this Act provides a sturdy foundation for resolving disputes outside the courtroom.

Here are some key sections of the Act essential for understanding its application:

Key Sections of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

Section 9: Interim Measures by Court

Purpose: Section 9 of the Act plays a vital role in empowering courts to offer interim relief to parties engaged in proceedings.

This provision holds significant importance, serving to facilitate assistance both prior to the commencement of arbitration and throughout its course.

Moreover, it extends its support even after the arbitral award has been issued, but before its enforcement.

Such measures underscore the proactive approach taken by the legal system to ensure fairness and efficiency in dispute resolution processes.

Scope of Relief: In terms of relief options, courts can enact a variety of interim measures, such as preservation, interim custody, or sale of goods, as well as securing the disputed amount, and issuing interim injunctions or appointing a receiver.

These measures play a crucial role in safeguarding the rights and interests of the involved parties while awaiting the ultimate resolution of the dispute.

Section 34: Application for Setting Aside Arbitral Award

Application Grounds: In this section, we outline the bases upon which a court may set aside an arbitral award.

These grounds encompass various circumstances, including instances where a party demonstrates incapacity, challenges the validity of the it’s agreement, or alleges insufficient notice regarding the appointment of an arbitrator or the arbitral proceedings.

Moreover, if decisions extend beyond the agreed scope of arbitration, or if procedural errors occur during it, these too can serve as grounds for review. It’s also important to note that disputes may be deemed unsuitable for arbitration if they involve subjects beyond its jurisdictional capacity.

Process: Applicants are encouraged to submit their application within three months from the date of receiving the arbitral award.

In cases where additional time is needed, an extension of up to 30 days can be granted upon demonstrating valid reasons.

Section 8: Reference to Arbitration

Mandatory Reference: In accordance with this mandatory reference requirement, any judicial authority presiding over a case related to an arbitration agreement must, upon request by a party prior to submitting its initial statement on the substance of the dispute, facilitate it proceedings for the involved parties.

Importance of the Act

The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 has brought about significant improvements in the resolution of business disputes in India.

This legislation has ushered in a faster, more cost-effective, and confidential process, positively impacting how conflicts are addressed.

Such provisions are vital for enhancing business efficiency and effectiveness.

At Vera Causa Legal, our profound expertise in arbitration proceedings ensures that our clients’ interests are safeguarded.

Conditions: The authority must be satisfied that there indeed exists an arbitration agreement, and there is nothing prima facie null and void, inoperative, or incapable of being performed about this agreement.

Arbitration Institutions

Vera Causa Legal values robust institutional support to maintain exemplary standards, ensuring top-tier service delivery.

Our partnerships with top institutions enhance our capabilities and grant clients access to globally recognized platforms.

Let’s delve into how each of these institutions enriches our offerings:

Delhi International Arbitration Centre (DIAC)

Located in the vibrant capital city of India, the Delhi International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) stands out as a premier arbitration institution, renowned for its robust mechanisms. DIAC provides a diverse range of services for both domestic and international arbitrations, characterized by adherence to best practices. These practices guarantee equitable, swift, and legally binding resolutions, fostering confidence in the process.

Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA)

The Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA) stands as the largest national arbitral body in India, committed to advancing and streamlining arbitration as the preferred avenue for commercial dispute resolution. With its comprehensive rules and vast expertise in managing intricate cases, the ICA emerges as an invaluable asset for our clients.

Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)

The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), headquartered in The Hague, Netherlands, serves as an esteemed international organization. Providing a diverse array of services, it facilitates the resolution of disputes among states, state entities, intergovernmental organizations, and private parties. Renowned for its global accessibility, neutrality, and adaptability, the PCA stands as an optimal choice for the adjudication of international cases.

Advantages of Our Affiliations

Our partnerships with these prestigious institutions offer numerous benefits:

Firstly, we gain access to an extensive network of expert arbitrators, esteemed for their authority in diverse fields. This access guarantees that our panels comprise individuals with specialized knowledge and impartial viewpoints, enhancing the quality of each case.

Moreover, these institutions are renowned for upholding international standards in arbitration. This commitment ensures that our procedures adhere to globally recognized norms, making our awards enforceable worldwide.

Additionally, we have access to modern and well-equipped arbitral facilities, ensuring seamless proceedings for our clients. Regardless of the complexity or geographical spread of the parties involved, we can promise efficient and reliable resolution.

Our alliances with the Delhi International Arbitration Centre, the Indian Council of Arbitration, and the Permanent Court of Arbitration demonstrate our dedication to delivering top-notch services. By combining our legal expertise with the institutional strengths of these forums, we guarantee proficient, fair, and effective dispute resolution support.

Frequently Asked Questions

Arbitration is a private form of dispute resolution where an impartial third party, the arbitrator, makes a decision to resolve a dispute outside of court.

The process typically involves an initial agreement to arbitrate, selection of the arbitrator, exchange of statements and evidence, hearings, and a final decision or award.

Including an arbitration clause ensures that any disputes will be resolved through arbitration, which is generally faster, less formal, and more confidential than going to court.

Most commercial and personal disputes can be arbitrated, including issues related to contracts, employment, property, and more.

Yes, arbitration awards are binding and enforceable, similar to a court judgment, with very limited opportunities for appeal.

Yes, international arbitration involves parties from different countries and is governed by international arbitration rules and treaties.

Costs can vary and typically include arbitrator fees, institution fees, and legal fees, but arbitration can often be more cost-effective than traditional litigation.

While timelines can vary, arbitration is generally quicker than court litigation, often taking a few months to over a year depending on the complexity of the case.

Arbitration awards are generally final and binding, with limited scope for appeal primarily on procedural grounds or if there are issues of fairness.

Choosing an arbitrator involves considering their expertise, experience, and neutrality. Parties often select an arbitrator whose background aligns with the nature of the dispute.

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