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Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and foreign arbitral awards in Moldova
The purpose of each arbitration court, the same as the purpose of judicial instances, is dispute resolution with the adoption of a valid and performable decision. Deducting that every state is independent and sovereign, we can’t impose a foreign law on a state, in order to perform or enforce on its territory foreign judicial decisions.
Resolutions of the shareholder disputes under Turkish legislation
As per the Turkish Commercial Code (“TCC”), there are 2 primary types of Companies. These are, Joint Stock Company “Anonim Şirket” and Limited Liability Companies “Limited Şirket”. There are also 2 other Company types which, in practice, are not commonly seen or established. These are Collective Companies “Kollektif Şirket” and Commandite Companies “Komandit Şirket”
Disputes arising from jointventure agreements in Uzbekistan
In accordance with Uzbek legislation, as stipulated in Article 43 of Civil code, a legal entity acts on the basis of a charter, or a memorandum of association (constituent agreement) and a charter, or only memorandum of association.
Cyprus Legal System
The Cyprus legal system applies within the Republic of Cyprus, which although extensively codified, it is still heavily based on English common law applying the fundamental principle of precedents.
Corporate disputes in Belarus
In recent years, the number of disputes related to shareholders relations (corporate disputes) has increased. It can be due various reasons: capital accumulation and funds-sharing conflicts between the shareholders, bringing business to insolvency, the desire to sell the business during financial crises or heirs entry into business
Practical aspects of recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards inthe people’s republic of Сhina
China's large-scale infrastructure projects within the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative (known within China as the One Belt One Road), cooperation in key sectors, participation in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and other factors contribute to the further development of trade and economic relations between the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States and China, making the issue of recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in China even more relevant.
Shareholders’ dispute in UAE
Disaccord between the shareholders of a company typically entails differences in opinion, conflicting interests, or disputes over the management, assignment of shares, control, or direction of the company including disagreements over strategic decisions, financial matters, profit distribution, breach of fiduciary duties, or violation of shareholder rights.
Interim measures in corporate disputes in Ukraine
The execution of any court decision is an integral stage of the justice process and, therefore, must meet the requirements of Article 6 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
Enforcement of foreign judgment and foreign arbitral awards for Mongolia
According to Article 116 of the Law on the Enforcement of Court Judgment, regulations for enforcing judgments of foreign courts, international courts, and arbitration awards in the territory of Mongolia shall be determined under this Law and international treaty in which Mongolia is Party to, and according to article 6.2 of this law, civil judgment enforcement operations shall be conducted on the basis of the decision of foreign courts, international courts or arbitration awards if stipulated in the international agreements of Mongolia.
Doing Business in Kazakhstan
The information herein is based on theoretical and practical information available as of April 2023. The content of this publication is intended for foreign businessmen and companies seeking to do business in the Republic of Kazakhstan. In particular, the brochure allows you to learn about the main forms of doing business in Kazakhstan, including a detailed comparison table of such forms, information on the tax structure, bankruptcy, and it also provides answers to the frequently asked questions for starting and doing business in Kazakhstan. Please note, however, that the legislation in the Republic of Kazakhstan is subject to frequent changes.
Alternative dispute resolution methods – arbitration
Arbitration is a consensual mechanism to resolve disputes by one or more private decision makers (arbitrators) selected by the parties pursuant to a mechanism agreed by them in an adjudicatory procedure, and resulting in a final and binding decision /arbitral award/ (Tony Andriotis, Emmanuel Jacomy, and Artis Straupenieks). It is one of the out-of-court alternative dispute resolution procedures in many countries, including Mongolia.
Lexology Getting The Deal Through - Azerbaijan: Arbitration
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including into applicable laws, conventions and treaties, and prominent local arbitral institutions; arbitration agreements; constitution, jurisdiction and competence of arbitral tribunals; arbitral proceedings; interim measures and sanctioning powers; awards; proceedings subsequent to issuance of award; influence of local legal traditions on arbitrators; professional or ethical rules; third-party funding; regulation of activities.