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South African Court upholds stay of court proceedings between domestic parties in favour of international arbitration

The courthouse of the Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa in Bloemfontein by Ben Bezuidenhout

Can a dispute be ‘international’ even if none of the parties are foreign and the dispute arose domestically?

Can an international arbitration clause be rendered inoperative by agreements subsequently concluded by the same parties?

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