Dutch District Court refuses to make exception to rule that interim award (upholding jurisdiction) must be challenged with final award | Practical Law

Dutch District Court refuses to make exception to rule that interim award (upholding jurisdiction) must be challenged with final award | Practical Law

In Republic of India v Khaitan Holdings (Mauritius) Limited (ECLI:NL:RBDHA:2023:5704), the District Court of The Hague dismissed an application to set aside an interim award (upholding jurisdiction), holding that it could only be challenged together with the final award on the merits.

Dutch District Court refuses to make exception to rule that interim award (upholding jurisdiction) must be challenged with final award

Published on 21 Jun 2023The Netherlands
In Republic of India v Khaitan Holdings (Mauritius) Limited (ECLI:NL:RBDHA:2023:5704), the District Court of The Hague dismissed an application to set aside an interim award (upholding jurisdiction), holding that it could only be challenged together with the final award on the merits.