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Third parties and arbitration: joinder

Arbitration Law Monthly

Third parties and arbitration: joinder

The decision of Judicial Commissioner Mohan in the Singapore High Court in CJD v CJE and Another [2021] SGHC 61 provides authoritative guidance on the joinder provisions of the Rules of the London Court of International Arbitration. The case was decided on article 22.1(viii) of the 2014 Rules, now article 22.1(x) of the 2020 Rules and much of the judgment was concerned with the jurisdiction of the Singapore courts under Singaporean legislation. However, the remaining parts of the judgment are of huge interest.

The facts

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