The Supreme Court has held that an Arbitration Clause in an agreement which is required to be duly stamped, wasn't sufficiently stamped, cannot be acted upon by the Court in that case
The Court held that an award that is not based on reasons whatsoever, would amount to being an award that is opposed to public policy.
The Supreme Court in this case examined the jurisdiction of the Labour Court. Further, amongst other things, the concept of ‘malice in law’ was examined. malice in law. It was observed, ‘…As mentioned in the judgments referred to above, malice