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Fred-Young & Evans
The essence of parties referring their dispute to arbitration is for the arbitral tribunal to make a valid and reasoned award
PUNUKA Attorneys & Solicitors
The Court of Appeal seemed to have set the records straight in its popular 2016 judgment of Esso Petroleum v NNPC1 on the non-arbitrability of tax related matters- its stance
TNP
Bearing in mind that the traditional annual vacation of Nigerian courts is around the corner, various courts across the country have issued circulars.
Fred-Young & Evans
There is a general presumption that where a person files a case in Court, he has the legal right to discontinue the action at any time he so desires during the course of the proceedings.
PUNUKA Attorneys & Solicitors
Arbitration has over the years, evolved to become one of the most preferred methods of dispute resolution amongst national and multi-national undertakings.
South Africa
Adams & Adams
It has now become ostensible that COVID-19 pandemic together with the restrictions imposed by governments around the world will affect everyone, every profession and business.
Schoemanlaw Inc.
The in duplum rule has been part of South African law for more than 100 years, translated, in duplum means ‘double the amount'. This common law rule provides that interest ...
Schoemanlaw Inc.
SchoemanLaw Inc assists clients to resolve disputes effectively
ENSafrica
The recent judgment of the Western Cape High Court, Hill NO and Another v Brown, provided a useful reminder of the differences between a notice and a pleading...
Adams & Adams
On 22 June 2020, the Supreme Court of Appeal not only delivered an interesting judgement for the legal fraternity but brought a widow one step closer to finally realising justice after 10 years.
ENSafrica
•Is the service of a notice arguing that the particulars of claim is vague and embarrassing a valid response to a notice of bar? (Aslam Moosajee and Vishana Makan)
Adams & Adams
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SAC) in Motloung and Another v The Sheriff, Pretoria East and Others (Case no 1394/18) {2020} ZASCA ("Motloung")...
ENSafrica
The Supreme Court of Appeal ("SCA") recently handed down judgment in Tshaka NO and others v The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited and another in which it reminded account holders to take heed...
ENSafrica
Is a dispute resolution clause in a contract that came about as the result of fraud and misrepresentation regarded as invalid?...
ENSafrica
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land and its decisions are ordinarily binding on all other courts. This practice, under the doctrine of precedent provides some degree of...
ENSafrica
In a previous article, we reported the decision in Reyno Dawid de Beer and Others v Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs ("COGTA").
ENSafrica
The debarment of representatives and key individuals of Financial Service Providers ("FSPs") is regulated by the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, 2002.
United Arab Emirates
STA Law Firm
Although a dispute may be resolved through court litigation, the parties in the new era are increasingly submitting their disputes for mediation, arbitration or any other Alternative Dispute Resolution ("ADR").
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Technology has been quick to address the need for a remote conduct of arbitration hearings, from the very early stages of the current pandemic.
STA Law Firm
Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) was founded in 1904 to supervise international football competitions...
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