Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 – Sections 34 and 37 – Arbitral award – Construction of the terms of a contract is primarily for an arbitrator to decide, unless the arbitrator construes a contract in a manner which no fair minded or reasonable person would take i.e. if the view taken by the arbitrator is not even a possible view to take.

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