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JAPAN LINE LTD. v. HIMOFF MARITIME ENTERPRISES LTD. (THE "KEHREA")

Lloyd's Law Reports

JAPAN LINE LTD. v. HIMOFF MARITIME ENTERPRISES LTD. (THE "KEHREA")

[1983] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 29

QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION(COMMERCIAL COURT)

Before Mr. Justice Mustill

Arbitration - Injunction - Delay in prosecuting claims in arbitration proceedings - Whether excessive delay in the conduct of the reference had brought the arbitration agreement to an end by virtue of repudiation, frustration or mutual abandonment - Whether injunction to restrain further conduct of arbitration should be granted.

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