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Singapore Court of Appeal refuses to stay court proceedings, finds tiered arbitration agreement favouring domestic arbitration lacked binding force

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On 19 May 2022, in its decision concerning the CSY v CSZ case (Civil Appeal No 67 of 2021), the Court of Appeal of the Republic of Singapore allowed the appeal against a High Court Judge’s decision to stay part of proceedings in favour of a domestic arbitration and to stay the remaining part on case management grounds pending the resolution of the putative arbitration.

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