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Mauritius Regulatory Update
This first edition captures new measures since 1 January 2019.
Mauritius
19 Aug 2019
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Summary Of Recent Changes In Arbitration In Mauritius
On 12 July 2018, the London Court of International Arbitration-Mauritius International Arbitration Centre (LCIA-MIAC) announced that the joint venture, which the LCIA entered into with the Mauritian
Mauritius
8 Apr 2019
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Les Institutions Agréées
There has been a growing interest to ascribe a meaning to the phrase ‘institutions agréées' since the Mauritian Supreme Court (Supreme Court)
Mauritius
8 Apr 2019
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Scope Of Exequatur
This article provides an analysis of the likelihood of enforcing foreign judgments against foreign parties before the Mauritian Supreme Court.
Mauritius
8 Apr 2019
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London Court Of International Arbitration's Joint Venture With Mauritian Government Terminated Mutually
On 12 July 2018, the London Court of International Arbitration-Mauritius International Arbitration Centre (LCIA-MIAC) announced that the joint venture
Worldwide
23 Jul 2018
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Summary Of Recent Case Law In Mauritius
On 2 August 2017, the Industrial Court of Mauritius (Industrial Court) awarded a historic amount of MUR 100,000 [± USD 3,000] as security of costs. This decision is significant in three respects.
Mauritius
29 Mar 2018
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Re-Affirms The Criteria For Enforcing Foreign Judgments
These are the applications that are better known as ‘exequatur'.
Mauritius
27 Sep 2015
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Re-Affirms Its Pro-Arbitration Approach
The MCB Case concerned a claim for damages that The Mauritius Commercial Bank Ltd (MCB) lodged before the Supreme Court against UBS AG, Singapore Branch (UBS Singapore) and UBS for breach of contract.
Mauritius
9 Sep 2015
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Appleby Successfully Enforces An English Judgment Before The Supreme Court Of Mauritius
The Applicant is a company incorporated in the Isle of Man. It is the investment arm of the Dubai-based Dallah Albaraka Group, a prominent business enterprise in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.
Worldwide
20 Jul 2015
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The Privy Council Upholds The Court Of Appeal Of Mauritius On The Autonomy Of Letters Of Credit
In Mauri Garments Trading and Marketing Limited v The Mauritius Commercial Bank Limited the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council reiterated the fundamental principle that "[b]anks are not concerned with the rights or wrongs of the underlying disputes [between parties] but only with the performance of the obligations which they themselves have confirmed."
Mauritius
24 Apr 2015
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Re-Affirms Its Pro-Arbitration Approach And Brings Clarity On Referral Under The International Arbitration Act 2008
In Mall of Mont Choisy Limited v Pick N’ Pay Retailers (Proprietary) Limited & Ors 2015 SCJ 10 the defendants challenged the jurisdiction of the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court.
Mauritius
4 Mar 2015
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Rules On Appeals From The Bankruptcy Division
The Court of Civil Appeal of Mauritius delivered an interlocutory judgment on 20 February 2014.
Mauritius
16 May 2014
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Provides Clarity On The Meaning Of ‘Public Policy’ In International Arbitration
The Supreme Court of Mauritius, amongst others, provided clarity on the meaning of ‘public policy’ in international arbitration.
Mauritius
15 Apr 2014
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Enforcing Foreign Judgments In Mauritius Delivered By A Superior Court Of The United Kingdom
Until the decision of the Mauritius Supreme Court in Sumputh v Holborn College Limited 2012 SCJ 193, it was understood that a judgment creditor which sought to enforce a judgment delivered by a superior court of the United Kingdom could avail itself of any of the following three pieces of legislation namely...
UK
9 Dec 2013
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Enforcing Foreign Judgments Delivered By A Superior Court Of The United Kingdom
Until the decision of the Supreme Court in Sumputh v Holborn College Limited 2012 SCJ 193 (Sumputh), it was understood that a judgment creditor which sought to enforce a judgment delivered by a superior court of the United Kingdom could avail itself of any of the following three pieces of legislation namely...
UK
29 Nov 2013
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Provides Clarity On Its Jurisdiction Under The International Arbitration Act 2008
Recently the Supreme Court of Mauritius in the case of Barnwell Enterprises Ltd and anor v ECP Africa FII Investments LLC 2013 SCJ 327 had the opportunity of providing clarity on its jurisdiction under the International Arbitration Act 2008.
Mauritius
19 Nov 2013
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