The English High Court deals with various interlocutory applications in a forthcoming challenge to an arbitration award, including payment of security and a stay of enforcement.
The English High Court stays enforcement proceedings in England under s.103(5) of the Arbitration Act in favour of pending set aside proceedings and orders the party resisting enforcement to provide security for the award.
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