Indian parties free to choose foreign law to govern arbitration between them: Delhi High Court

Any disregard of applicability of foreign law must arise only when the foreign law amounts to a "flagrant or gross breach" of principles of morality and justice, the Court held.
Delhi High Court, arbitration
Delhi High Court, arbitration

The Delhi High Court has held that two Indian parties can choose foreign law as the law governing arbitration between them (Dholi Spintex Pvt. Ltd vs Louis Dreyfus Company India Pvt. Ltd).

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