How to Enforce a Singapore based Arbitral Award in India? – Part II

The first part of this post covered the entry of a Singapore award (the Award) in India along with particulars of the recognition, fora and modes of its enforcement. This part covers the sequel and spin-offs; including grounds for challenge, expenses, and issues arising while seeking enforcement of emergency awards in India. Facing the Challenge…

How to Enforce a Singapore based Arbitral Award in India? – Part I

Singapore has long served as one of the most attractive arbitral seats in the world. The Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) and the Singapore Maritime Chambers of Arbitration (SCMA) are among the prominent global arbitral institutions housed in Singapore. Both SIAC and SCMA have their own set of arbitration rules, which are complemented by the…

Arbitral Award held Enforceable even against Non-parties to Agreement and Arbitration Proceedings

In a well reasoned judgment dated 24 April 2018, a full bench of the Supreme Court (SC) in Cheran Properties Limited v Kasturi and Sons Limited (Cheran Properties Ltd.) has observed that arbitral awards are binding on and enforceable even against persons who are neither party to the arbitration agreement nor the arbitration, when such non-party…