SURESH SHAH Vs. HIPAD TECHNOLOGY INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Hipad Technology India Private Limited
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A.S.BOPANNA, J. -
(1.)The petitioner has instituted this petition under Section 11(5) of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 ('Act, 1996' for short) seeking appointment of a Sole Arbitrator for resolving the disputes that have arisen between the parties in relation to the Sub-Lease deed dated 14.11.2018.
(2.)The property bearing No.154-B, Block 'A' Sector 63, Phase-III, NOIDA, Gautam Budh Nagar, U.P. having been initially allotted and leased by New Okhla Industrial Development Authority ('NOIDA' for short) under a Lease dated 26.03.2003 had changed hands and the lease was ultimately transferred in favour of the petitioner under a Transfer Memorandum dated 13.04.2011.
(3.)The petitioner thus having acquired absolute long-term leasehold right of the land and building referred supra has Sub-Leased the same to the respondent under the Sub-Lease Deed dated 14.11.2018. In respect of the Sub-Lease entered into between the parties, certain disputes are stated to have arisen which is to be resolved. Since the Sub-Lease Deed provides for resolution of the disputes through arbitration vide Clause 12 thereof the petitioner invoked the same by issuing a notice dated 11.12.2019, nominated the Sole Arbitrator and sought concurrence from the respondent. The respondent did not respond to the same. The petitioner is, therefore, before this Court seeking appointment of the Arbitrator.
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