Taurus Petroleum Led v State Oil Marketing Company of The Ministry of Oil, Republic of Iraq: ComC 18 Nov 2013

Field J
[2013] EWHC 3494 (Comm), [2013] CN 1836, [2013] 2 CLC 835
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
See AlsoTaurus Petroleum Ltd v State Oilmarketing Company ComC 18-Nov-2013
The parties referred their contract disputes to an arbitration in London which was to apply Iraqi law. As to enforcement of the award, the defendant denied that they were situated in London.
Held: The debts were situated in London rather than . .

Cited by:
At ComC (2)Taurus Petroleum Ltd v State Oil Company of The Ministry of Oil, Republic of Iraq CA 28-Jul-2015
The parties had contractual disputes as to letters of credit governed by Iraqi law. The arbitration was in London applying Iraqi law. They now disputed whether the Enforcement of arbitration award was as an award made in London. Each appealed . .
At ComC (2)Taurus Petroleum Limited v State Oil Marketing Company of The Ministry of Oil, Republic of Iraq SC 25-Oct-2017
The parties disputed their contract arrangements. It was referred to an arbitration in London, but applying Iraqi law. The respondent failed to meet the award made against it, and the claimant sought to enforce the award here by means of third party . .

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Updated: 15 March 2021; Ref: scu.518026