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TAURUS PETROLEUM LTD v STATE OIL MARKETING COMPANY OF THE MINISTRY OF OIL, REPUBLIC OF IRAQ

Lloyd's Law Reports

TAURUS PETROLEUM LTD v STATE OIL MARKETING COMPANY OF THE MINISTRY OF OIL, REPUBLIC OF IRAQ

[2018] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 29

SUPREME COURT

Before Lord Neuberger,Lord Mance,Lord Clarke,Lord Sumption,Lord Hodge

Arbitration – Award – Enforcement – Respondent failing to pay arbitration award – Claimant applying for third party debt order over letters of credit – Whether respondent was beneficiary of debt created by letters of credit – Situs of debt – Whether third party debt order should be made – Whether court entitled to make receivership order.

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