ADR: endorsement of arbitral awards
The parties to Primera Maritime (Hellas) Ltd & Others v Jiangsu Eastern Heavy Industry Co Ltd had sought to resolve their shipbuilding contract dispute at an arbitral tribunal. The tribunal found in favour of the defendants and, unhappy, the claimants mounted a court challenge under section 68 (2) (d) of the Arbitration Act 1996 arguing that the tribunal had failed to consider all the issues…
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