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Case Update: Singapore High Court exercises discretion not to grant stay in domestic arbitration

In a previous post, we discussed Singapore’s dual arbitration regime and, in particular, whether a reference that a domestic arbitration will be governed by the ICC rules sufficed to exclude the parties’ right of appeal on a question of law … Continue reading

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Court can exercise Inherent Powers to Stay Proceedings in support of Arbitration

Under section 6 of both the Arbitration Act (Cap. 10) and the International Arbitration Act (Cap. 143A), the Singapore courts have the power to stay court proceedings when a party to an arbitration agreement commences court proceedings against any other … Continue reading

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