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9. Application against interim or interlocatory order and proceeding

9. Application against interim or interlocatory order and proceeding:

(1) Following aspects shall be mentioned in the application to be filed in appellate court pursuant to section 21 subsection
(2) of the Act,
(a) Name, surname and address of complainant and respondent, place of transaction and other description that
ease issuance of notice,

(b) Name, surname, address of arbitrator and location of office,

(c) Brief of the subject matter assigned to arbitrator and description of main task performed by arbitrator,

(d) Brief of the decision of arbitrator including interim and interlocutory order and claim, ground and evidence to
invalidate them,

(e) Intended remedy,

(f) That attested copy of order or decision rendered pursuant to section 21 sub-section (1) part (g) of the Act, attested
copy of other essential documents and copy of agreement  are attached,

(g) Other aspects required.

(2) If it appears that the decision of arbitrator can be altered in course of preliminary hearing of petition filed pursuant to sub-rule (1),  the court shall issue an order attaching copy of the petition for the presence of other party with written response with the reason for not issuing order as per the demand of petitioner

(3) In course of hearing pursuant to sub-section (2) if the court realize some aspects to be elaborated and clarify by arbitrator, it can order the arbitrator to do so in specific time.

(4) If the parties are present on specified date pursuant to sub-rule

(2), the court shall adjudge the application hearing their statement and evaluating evidence generally within 30 days from the submission of application and inform the arbitrator and absent parties about it.


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