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SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CLEARS THE MURKINESS SURROUNDING THE TERMS ‘VENUE’, ‘SEAT’ AND ‘PLACE’

By Tasha Joseph The confusion between ‘place’, ‘seat’ and ‘venue’ in International Commercial Arbitration cases was put to rest in the recent judgment of the Supreme Court in Union of India v. Hardy Explorations And Production(India) Inc.1. The decision was given by a three-judge bench which unanimously passed the decision that ‘seat’, ‘venue’ and ‘place’ […]

New article on The Hague judgments project: assessing its plausible benefits for the development of the Indian Private International Law

Written by Saloni Khanderia Associate Professor Saloni Khanderia (Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, India) recently published a new paper in the Commonwealth Law Bulletin, titled The Hague judgments project: assessing its plausible benefits for the development of the Indian Private International Law.  Read more…