55. If an application is admissible under Section 8, Arbitration ana Conciliation Act for referring the parties to arbitration, the procedure in which the application was made may be continued; (b) the arbitral tribunal may continue the arbitration process, but does not award an award until the proceedings, if it exists, are rendered by the party challenging the arbitration against that decision 4. The power of the court to refer the parties to arbitration proceedings and must necessarily include, involve and include in it (a) fully cover international and commercial arbitration and also conciliation, as well as national arbitration and conciliation 44. The arbitrator in the case of international commercial arbitration is appointed by: (a) prohibits the court from referring the parties to arbitration as soon as the nas party has submitted its statement (b) the court does not prevent the parties from referring the parties to arbitration after the submission of its statement, if the party who brought the appeal has no objection.43 The word “arbitration” in the 1996 Act means the same meaning as in 50. Under Section 7, Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, an arbitration agreement 37. A party is prevented from asking the question of the jurisdiction of the Court of Arbitration (a) on the date on which the respondent seeks to submit a dispute to an arbitration tribunal.82 In the event of a challenge to the arbitrator in a proceeding agreed by the parties, the Arbitral Tribunal (a) if the parties to the commercial transaction decide to include a compromise clause in the agreement in order to return their future disputes.73 In a three-arbitrator arbitration proceeding in which the parties disagree on the appointment of arbitrators, in accordance with Section 11, Arbitration and (i) Conciliation Act, 1996 (c) the Arbitral Tribunal will continue the arbitration and render the award 6. An arbitral award under the first part of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 is considered (b) as an exchange of letters, telex, telegram or other telecommunications means that provide a record of the agreement (a) of any agreement arising under the Arbitration Act of 1940 16.