Supreme Court’s Ruling on Limitation Period of Foreign Decrees: Untangling the Knots

Urja Dhapre, Institute of Law, Nirma University

Introduction

The Indian Supreme Court has ironed out the position of limitation period governing foreign decrees from reciprocating territories. The recent case of Bank of Baroda (“Appellant”) v/s Kotak Bank Ltd (“Respondent”)[i] has broken new ground by categorising limitation as a substantive requirement rather than being merely procedural. The upshot is the period of limitation for enforcing a foreign judgement in a reciprocating territory is now no longer determined by Indian law but instead depends on the law of limitation of the foreign country.

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STATUS QUO OF THIRD-PARTY FUNDING IN INDIA

Siddharth Chechani, Advocate, Supreme Court of India

 Introduction

International arbitration with its global and distinctly adaptive nature has continued to grow amongst major business transactions. Multinational companies are opting for International Commercial Arbitration considering its speedy disposal mechanism and its expertise to resolve the complex business matters in a time bound manner. It started in the early years of twenty first century from Australia, and subsequently this practice has been adopted in United Kingdom, and in United States of America (‘USA’) respectively.[1] 

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