Tag Archives: Singapore International Arbitration Act (IAA)

‘Bare’ arbitration clauses and the extent to which the Singapore court may assist

In K.V.C Rice Intertrade Co Ltd v Asian Mineral Resources Pte Ltd and another Suit [2017] SGHC 32 ("KVC Action") the Singapore High Court discussed the extent to which the Singapore courts and the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, in its … Continue reading


Filed under Arbitration clauses, Asia, South East Asia

Singapore High Court decides interim awards are enforceable

In the case of PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) TBK v CRW Joint Operation (Indonesia) [2014] SGHC 146, the Singapore High Court considered the enforceability of interim awards under the Singapore International Arbitration Act (the IAA).  This judgment provides a … Continue reading

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Filed under Challenges to awards, Enforcement, New York Convention, South East Asia

You’re (not) welcome to the arbitration! The Singapore court considers powers to order joinder

In The Titan Unity (No. 2) [2014] SGHCR 04, an Assistant Registrar refused to grant, amongst others, a party’s application for an order that it be allowed to join arbitration proceedings that were on foot.  The Singapore court refused the … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration laws, South East Asia, Third-Party Rights