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CHAPTER 16 ENFORCEMENT OF AN ENGLISH OR FOREIGN AWARD

A Practical Guide to International Arbitration in London

16 ENFORCEMENT OF AN ENGLISH OR FOREIGN AWARD Voluntary compliance or successful enforcement of an award is the ultimate goal of a claimant. The knowledge that the latter is available as the ultimate sanction can assist in the former. Some parties do, however, seek to resist enforcement. There are two principal ways of enforcing awards under the 1996 Act:

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