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Can 2 Indian Parties Choose Foreign Seated Arbitration?

Published on Tue, Aug 11,2015 | 15:07, Updated at Tue, Sep 22 at 15:04Source : Moneycontrol.com 

The Bombay High Court in the recent case of M/s Addhar Mercantile Private Limited (Applicant) v. Shree Jagdamba Agrico Exports Pvt Ltd1 (Respondent) has considered the important issue as to whether two Indian parties choosing a foreign seat of arbitration and a foreign law governing the arbitration agreement may be construed to be contracting out of Indian law and therefore opposed to public policy. This Khaitan & Co Newsflash details the case and the implications of the Bombay High Court order….

Attachments : BHCarbitrationKCOERGONewsflash.pdf
 
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