India

By Abraham Vergis, Nawaz Kamil & Sunita Advani

abraham@providencelawasia.com    nawaz@providencelawasia.com

On 6 July 2012, Mauritius-based Cruz City Mauritius Holdings (“Cruz City”) obtained a US$300 million award rendered by a London Court of International Arbitration (“LCIA”) tribunal (“LCIA Award”). Cruz City thereafter sought to enforce this award in the High Court of New Delhi (“Court”) against its joint venture partners.

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