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SABAH SHIPYARD (PAKISTAN) LTD. v. ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN AND ANOTHER [2002] EWCA Civ 1643

Lloyd's Law Reports

SABAH SHIPYARD (PAKISTAN) LTD. v. ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN AND ANOTHER [2002] EWCA Civ 1643

[2003] 2 Lloyd's Rep. 571

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Justice Pill, Lord Justice Waller and Sir Martin Nourse

Practice - Jurisdiction - Jurisdiction clause - Anti-suit injunction - Dispute under contracts relating to barge mounted electric generation facility at Karachi - Collateral guarantee gave jurisdiction to English Courts - Whether defendants in waiving sovereign immunity consented to English Court having jurisdiction to grant anti-suit injunction - Proper construction of jurisdiction clause - Defendant obtained injunction restraining claimants from commencing proceedings in England - Whether injunction restraining defendants from continuing proceedings in Pakistan should be granted.

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