Foreign award cannot be enforced if the matter involves violation of export-restrictions (Supreme Court of India)

     Update by Samarth Madan , Case Comment by Prashant Mishra

National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India v. Alimenta S.A., 2020 SCC OnLine SC 381 Supreme Court of India; 3-judge bench, Arun Mishra, MR Shah, BR Gavai JJ; decided on 22 April 2020   On 22 April 2020A 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India ruled on the enforceability

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Categories: Conditions for enforcement of foreign awards |  Enforcement  |  Enforcement of foreign awards |  Foreign Awards (Recognition and Enforcement) Act |  Fundamental policy of Indian law |  Public policy |  Public Policy of India  

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)

     Updates by Prerna Seerwani

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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Fundamental policy of Indian law includes drastic serious policy matters; inadmissible evidence not a ground covered under the public policy exception (Bombay High Court)

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Nobel Resources Ltd. v. Dharni Sampda Private Ltd., 2019 SCC OnLine Bom 4415 High Court of Bombay, single-judge bench, R. I. Chagla, decided on 18 November 2019   Nobel applied for enforcement of a SIAC award, which the respondent Dharni Sampda resisted on the ground that the award contravenes public

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Limitation to enforce a foreign award is twelve years (Bombay High Court)

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Imax Corporation v. E-City Entertainment (I) Pvt. Ltd. and others High Court of Bombay, single -judge bench, G. S. Kulkarni, J., decided on 13 November 2019   When the court is satisfied that a foreign award is enforceable[1], it becomes a decree of the court and can be executed. Per

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Categories: Enforcement  |  Enforcement of foreign awards |  Limitation