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Dubai Court Will Have Jurisdiction To Appoint Arbitrators Locally Even If the Parties Had Agreed To Foreign Arbitration

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In an action filed by the Charterers of a vessel against its owner before the Dubai Civil Court, in which the parties had agreed to refer the matter to arbitration at

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