• Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (26 of 1996) S.  2(b), 7, 34, - Petition filed before the Civil Court under Section 34 which was withdrawn cannot constitute as estoppel - Award itself was passed by the Union which was incompetent and whose award was on the face of it illegal, there could be no compulsion for any person to seek for setting aside the award - If such a procedure was at same point of time adopted advisedly wrongly, there was no prohibition about the person withdrawing from such an application and taking an objection at the time when the so-called award was put in execution before the Civil Court - The award is not an award in the eye of law and it is not capable of being executed - If it was put in execution as if it were award it was perfectly competent for the petitioners who had not submitted themselves to any such arbitration agreement to raise an objection under Section 47 CPC which in this case has been referred to an objection under O.21 R.97 to 99 -  Civil Procedure Code, 1908 (V of 1908), S. 47, O.21 R.97 to 99. (183) P.L.R.

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