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Maritime and Commercial Court of Copenhagen provides guidance on arbitration clause in charter party agreement

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In a recent Maritime and Commercial Court decision the court were confronted with some interesting international private law issues relevant to a dispute between an owner and a charterer who had been parties to a English law London Maritime Arbitrators Association's (LMAA) arbitration. The Danish court should decide whether an English arbitral award rendered had finally concluded the parties' dispute, in which case the court would be precluded from deciding on the merit. The court also had to decide whether the parties were bound by the submissions made in the arbitration or whether they could make opposite claims before the court.

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