Narendra Sharma, Consultant (Legal)
It is settled law that, matters involving moral questions or questions of public law are not resolved by arbitration. For instance, the following matters are not referred to arbitration:
It is not permissible to refer such disputes to arbitration, since the issues in such dispute are not only those of fact or law but also involve questions of public welfare. The possibility of resolving matrimonial property disputes through mediation may be considered as a feasible option but it is felt that private adjudication of matrimonial disputes may affect the rights of minor children.
Note: The views expressed are my personal and a view point only.
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