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Can I Appeal Against an Arbitration Award?

Arbitration is best described as a cost-effective alternate dispute resolution process, which assists in smoother business relationships without incurring the rigidity of court proceedings. To address many of the pitfalls of the arbitration process and to bring the UAE arbitration process in tune with the best international standards, the UAE enacted Federal Law No. 6 of 2018 on ‘Arbitration’ and its amendments (“Arbitration Law”).

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Implementation of Foreign Arbitral Awards in UAE

Obtaining an arbitral award is not the end of the road to redress. Execution or recognition is the subsequent phase, and this phase can be complex and prodigious especially if enforcement is supposed to be beyond the jurisdiction from where the award was obtained.

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Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), Global Recession and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

The oncoming global recession is unlikely to adversely affect FDI flows into Eastern Europe.

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How can arbitration be enforced?

An arbitration proceeding is similar to traditional court litigation in many ways. However, it has many advantages to offer in comparison to traditional litigation.

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SUPREME COURT OF INDIA RECOGNISES ENFORCEMENT OF EMERGENCY ARBITRATOR AWARD

Prior to 2010, if a party to an international arbitration requires to get an interim order, prior to formation of the arbitral tribunal, it was left with no other option other than approaching the appropriate National Court of the Respondent or the National Court having the jurisdiction over the subject matter covered under the application for interim order.

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Ineligible Arbitrator can be challenged even in Pre- 2015 cases and at any point of time

Supreme Court of India in its recent Judgment dated 04th January 2022 pronounced by the bench consisting of Hon’ble Justices Mr M.R.Shah and Mrs Nagarathna in the case of Ellora Paper Mills held that the mandate of the arbitrator can be challenged at any point of time during the proceedings, in view of Section 12(5) read with Seventh Schedule of the 1996 Act.

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Arbitration Law in India: Things you should know

Arbitration is currently at a stage great development in India, with technology being more and more used in India since the early 2000s. The country has the ambition to become an international hub for arbitration.

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Arbitration in People’s Republic of China

People’s Republic of China (PRC) has developed a unique arbitration system which is closely monitored by the People’s Supreme Court (SPC), the highest Court of China.

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How do the International Court of Arbitration enforce their decision in commercial properties?

What do you mean by arbitration: Arbitration process can be understood as an alternate dispute resolution process wherein the disputing parties voluntarily choose an arbitration forum for adjudication of their disputes. When the parties choose binding arbitration for the settlement of their dispute then the decision of the arbitrator is termed as final and can be then enforced through court and may be further appealed on limited grounds.

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How to resolve real estate disputes in Dubai?

The concerned article is a pathway to understanding the various aspects of dispute resolution in real estate matters in Dubai.

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Nikola Gruevski's Way Out

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is not the solution to unemployment.

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Property in Poland - Guide to Buying Property in Poland

Thinking of buying a property in Poland? This informative article will help you to understand the property market in Poland as well as giving you an insight into the purchasing process to buying a property in Poland.

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How is international arbitration implemented in the UAE during the new normal?

The number of arbitration cases being registered in the United Arab Emirates has been steadily increasing in recent years.

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UNCITRAL ARBITRATION RULES, 2010: Enforcing Effective Arbitration Mechanism

India needs to amend the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 to incorporate the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules 2010 which will positively contribute to the efficient conduct of Arbitration. The new rules aims at expediting the arbitral award by giving more discretion to the tribunal and making it mandatory that the proceedings are conducted efficiently, fairly and in most effective manner.

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Property in Croatia - Guide to Buying a Property in Croatia

Thinking of buying a property in Croatia? This informative article will help you to understand the property market in Croatia as well as giving you an insight into the purchasing process to buying a property in Croatia.

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