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Comments Annex: Draft Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of foreign arbitral awards Date 21/03/1955 Classification (first level) D. Committee on the Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards Country Australia | Belgium | Ecuador | Egypt | India | Sweden | United Kingdom Applicable NYC Provisions III | V(1)(a) | V(1)(b) | V(1)(c) | V(1)(d) | V(1)(e) | V(2)(a) | V(2)(b) | VIII Language(s) English Link to the record https://newyorkconvention1958.org/index.php?lvl=notice_display&id=3422&opac_view=6
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Date of accession 24 September 1975 Date of entry into force 23 December 1975 Reservations
A reciprocity reservation is in effect (Arbitration Act 1996, s.100(1)) [Original in English]. This continues the reciprocity reservation originally made at ratification (Arbitration Act 1975, s.7(1)) [Original in English]. The United Kingdom extended the territorial application of the Convention, for the case of awards made only in the territory of another contracting State, to the following territories: Gibraltar (24 September 1975), Isle of Man (22 February 1979), Bermuda (14 November 1979), Cayman Islands (26 November 1980), Guernsey (19 April 1985), Jersey (28 May 2002).
National Arbitration Act in force Domestic Court with jurisdiction over recognition and enforcement of foreign award
England & Wales, Northern Ireland: A foreign award may be enforced in county courts or in the High Court as if the award were judgment or order of that court.
Scotland: A foreign award may be enforced in the Outer House of the Court of Session or by the Sheriff as if the award were an extract registered decree bearing a warrant for execution granted by the Outer House of the Court of Session or the Sheriff.
Author(s) and Contributor(s)
Ali Adamjee (Barrister | Chambers of Sir Hamid Moollan QC – Port Louis, Mauritius)
Matthieu Grégoire (Barrister | 4 New Square)
Incorporated Council of Law Reporting (ICLR)
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