Tag Archives: English Court of Appeal

Singapore Law Watch Commentary

Our case update on a simplified approach advanced by the English Court of Appeal to distinguish between a bond and a guarantee, has been picked up by Singapore Law Watch (“SLW“). Our SLW Commentary can be found here. The SLW … Continue reading

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Singapore Law Watch Commentary

Our case update on an arbitration clause in the main agreement being an implied term in the settlement agreement has been picked up by Singapore Law Watch (“SLW“). Our SLW Commentary can be found here. The SLW Commentary examines an … Continue reading

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Case Update: A simplified approach to distinguishing between guarantees and bonds?

The English Court of Appeal has sought to re-establish in Wuhan Guoyu Logistics Group Co Ltd & Anor v Emporiki Bank of Greece SA, [2012] EWCA Civ 1629, a simpler and more streamlined test (presumption) for determining whether a so-called … Continue reading

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Case Update: Arbitration Clause in Main Agreement was an implied term in Settlement Agreement

The English High Court recently saw it fit to imply an arbitration clause found in a main agreement between parties to a settlement agreement which had arisen out of a dispute between the same parties. On that basis, the defendant … Continue reading

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The Proper Law of the Arbitration Agreement

It is common for an arbitration agreement between parties to be embodied in a clause within a contract between those parties. However, a recent decision of the English Court of Appeal in Sulamerica CIA Nacional de Seguros SA and others v Enesa Engenharia SA … Continue reading

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