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Punjab State Industrial DevelopmentCorpo v. Ms. Babli Brar - ARB-61-2006  RD-P&H 11993 (5 December 2006)
Arbitration Case No. 61 of 2006
Date of Decision: 15.12.2006
Punjab State Industrial Development
Mr. V.M Gupta,
Ms. Babli Brar
CORAM: HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE VIJENDER JAIN,
Vijender Jain, Chief Justice (Oral)
Inspite of service, no body has put appearance on behalf of the respondent. The respondent has been served through publication pursuant to the order passed by this Court.
There is an Arbitration Clause for settlement of disputes between the parties. Clause 32 of the agreement contains the Arbitration Clause which reads as under:-
All differences and dispute between the
parties hereto on any clause or matter herein contained or their respective rights, claims or liabilities hereunder or otherwise, whatsoever, in relation to or arising out of this agreement shall be referred to arbitration by two Arbitration Case No. 61of 2006 
Arbitrators (one to be appointed by each party) who shall, before proceeding with the reference, appoint an Umpire and such arbitration shall be governed by the Indian Arbitration Act, 1940 or any modification or re- enactment thereof for the time being in force".
As no body is present on behalf of the respondent, I appoint Mr. Justice G.C.Garg, a retired Judge of this Court as sole Arbitrator to adjudicate upon the dispute between the parties. The Arbitrator shall fix his own fee.
The petition stands disposed of.
Parties are directed to appear before the Arbitrator on 20.01.2007.
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