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commercial court

part of the HIGH COURT that deals with actions arising out of the transactions of merchants and traders, especially actions relating to mercantile documents, export and import matters and cases arising from agency banking and insurance; a separate jurisdiction in Scottish courts whereby cases are very actively managed and expedited.
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Commercial Court is home to a number of bars, including the Duke of York, and is a favourite among tourists and locals.
Liberia's Supreme Court has ordered its clerk to forward the name of Associate Commercial Court Judge Richard S.
One of the victims, a 55-year-old Bahraini man, represented by lawyer Bushra Mayouf filed a case at the country's Commercial Court against the car showroom located in Sehla and against the owner's son.
Whatever the activity, the guiding principle of a modern international and business-facing commercial court should be one of service, enabling swift settlement of disputes, powered by technology.
In June 2018, the National Bank filed four lawsuits against Igor Kolomoisky for the Commercial Court of Dnipropetrovsk to recover from it, as from the financial guarantor of PrivatBank, arrears of refinancing loans, respectively, by UAH 1.8 billion, UAH 1.27 billion, UAH 1.29 billion, 0.5 billion UAH This refers to the obligations under the surety contracts in accordance with the arrears that arose as of the end of December 2015.
The Malaysian government is challenging a UK commercial court decision for closed-door arbitration between its debt-riddled sovereign investment fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) and Aabar Investments PJS (Aabar).
It is precisely these innovations that will enable London to remain the preeminent international commercial court.
Anastasiades added that the government plans to refurbish the old Supreme Court building at a cost of e1/45m and the renovation of the Filoxenia hotel, set to house the Commercial Court, and cost e1/41m.
courts to help resolve BRI and large international commercial disputes -- the No 1 International Commercial Court in Shenzhen, Guangdong province and the No 2 International Commercial Court in Xi'an, Shaanxi province, where the BRI begins.
With over ten years' track record of handling complex, transnational disputes as an English language, common law international commercial court, the DIFC Courts is well-positioned to provide detailed guidance to parties seeking recognition and enforcement of civil and commercial judgments in India and the DIFC.
Croatia's High Commercial Court has overturned an appeal by eight lenders that were sued over Swiss-franc indexed loans.
An international commercial court is one such method since China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) has recently launched three international commercial courts (also referred to as Belt and Road courts), one in Xi'an for the land-based Silk Road Economic Belt, one in Shenzhen for the Maritime Silk Road and one in Beijing that will serve as the headquarters.

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