Answer: Where in the agreement entered into between both the parties, there is a mechanism to settle the dispute arising between the parties by the arbitration in accordance with the Rules of Arbitration or when the parties have agreed upon the procedure for appointment of arbitrator, ignoring the same, the High Court cannot appoint arbitrator Suo Motu or by ignoring the procedure prescribed for appointment of arbitrator in the agreement. If this Honourable High Court does so, the said order can be set aside. In arbitration matters, the agreement has all sanctity and thus, it’s provisions cannot ordinarily be violated.
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Query: I filed civil suit for permanent injunction to restrain defendants from interfering into my peaceful possession of shop question taken on rent from defendant. I moved an application under Order 39 Rule 1 and 2 CPC wherein trial court directed parties to maintain status quo regarding possession of shop. During pendency of suit, defendant installed a lock on the shutter of my shop in violation of status quo order. Can I get police help in getting my possession restored back in view of the order of status quo.