Choice of foreign law (laws of UK) by two Indian parties as the law governing the main contract is enforceable because a foreign element (high seas sale) was involved in the transaction (Delhi High Court)

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Dholi Spintex Pvt. Limited v. Louis Dreyfus Company India Pvt. Ltd. Court: Delhi High Court| Case number: CS (Comm.) 286 of 2020 | Citation: Not available currently |Bench: Mukta Gupta J | Date: 24 November 2020      A. The Context The concept of freedom of contract is well recognized.

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Proceedings by lawyer for recovery of money amounts to a commercial relationship under Section 44 ACA. (Delhi High Court)

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Spentex Industries Ltd. v. Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP  Court: High Court of Delhi | Case Number: CS (OS) 568 of 2017 | Citation: Not currently available | Judge: Jayant Nath J| Date: 12 May 2020 | Available at: https://indiankanoon.org/doc/28419108/   A. THE BACKGROUND Spentex Industries, an Indian company,

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