Prerna Seerwani

Prerna Seerwani
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Prerna is a fourth year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad with a keen interest in arbitration, which developed particularly because of her various internships where she has worked on several domestic and international arbitration matters. Prerna loves writing and has written extensively on Ungender Blog on the sexual harassment law of India and allied topics. She is also regularly involved in a range of extra and co-curricular activities which includes two moot court participation, working as a volunteer for DEVISE, an initiative to assist underprivileged students in English language.

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A guarantor cannot be referred to arbitration on a dispute of non-payment of loans arising from a loan agreement the guarantor did not sign (Delhi High Court) (14 January 2020)

STCI Finance Ltd. v. Shreyas Kirti Lal Doshi & another;2020 SCC OnLine Del 100 High Court of Delhi; Single-judge bench; V. Kameswar Rao, J.; Decided on 14 January 2020 The background STCI Finance, the plaintiff, had given loans to a company called Shrenuj Investments and Finance Pvt. Ltd. (“Shrenuj”) under

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Wrong composition of seat and wrong composition of arbitral tribunal is ground for refusing enforcement- establishing prejudice not required; significance and consequences of seat; determination of seat et. al. (Supreme Court of Singapore)

ST Group Co Ltd and others v Sanum Investments Limited and another, [2019] SGCA 65 Supreme Court of Singapore (Court of Appeal); 3-judge bench, Sundaresh Menon CJ, Judith Prakash JA and Quentin Loh JJ., decided on 18 November 2019   Article 36 Model Law and Section 31 International Arbitration Act

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