By Abraham Vergis, Nawaz Kamil & Sunita Advani
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.
In the below PDF, Providence Law take a look at the case and ruling …
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