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Foreign law can be governing law between domestic parties: MHC

The Madhya Pradesh High Court recently allowed choosing of foreign law as the governing law in an arbitration between two Indian entities. The Court said where parties by mutual agreement agreed to resolve their dispute by arbitration and chose a … Continue reading

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Interest not payable if agreed by parties: SC

The Supreme Court of India ruled that a party is not liable to pay interest to the other party if they have decided against paying interest on the amounts payable in the contract. “When parties to the contract had agreed … Continue reading

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