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Stay of proceedings: arbitrability and loss of right to seek a stay

Arbitration Law Monthly

Stay of proceedings: arbitrability and loss of right to seek a stay

Maniach Pte Ltd
 v
 L Capital Jones Ltd and Another [2016] SGHC 65, a lengthy and closely-reasoned decision of Vinodh Coomaraswamy J
in the High Court of Singapore, raises important issues as to the loss of the right to seek a stay by an applicant who has allegedly taken a step in the judicial proceedings. The increasingly familiar context is that of minority shareholder protection against unfair oppression.

Maniach : the facts

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