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The present request for the constitution of an arbitral tribunal for reference of the disputes between the parties to arbitration in accordance with their arbitration agreement, throws up a number of issues. Of the various objections which have been taken by the first respondent, the primary one is that the petitioner herein, if it were to file a suit on the basis of the claims apparent, it would be a suit for land since the petitioner's claim is inextricably connected to the land in Coimbatore that the parties had agreed to develop. A joint development agreement was entered into by the first and second respondents herein which envisaged that the second respondent developer would develop the property into a shopping mall-cum- commercial complex consisting of one or more buildings. 

suggests that the petitioner's challenge to first respondent's termination of the development agreement would not make the petitioner's claim a suit for land. The petitioner says that the petitioner does not question the first respondent's title.

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