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PART II.III RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF CERTAIN FOREIGN AWARDS: Recognition and enforcement of New York Convention awards

Arbitration Act 1996, Merkin and Flannery on the

PART II.III RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF CERTAIN FOREIGN AWARDS: Recognition and enforcement of New York Convention awards New York Convention awards 100 . – (1) In this Part a ‘New York Convention award’ means an award made, in pursuance of an arbitration agreement, in the territory of a State (other than the United Kingdom) which is a party to the New York Convention. Page 838 (2) For the purposes of subsection (1) and of the provisions of this Part relating to such awards – (a) ‘arbitration agreement’ means an arbitration agreement in writing, and (b) an award shall be treated as made at the seat of the arbitration, regardless of where it was signed, despatched or delivered to any of the parties.

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