Cour de cassation, 2 civ., 22 March 2018, Développement de l’agro-alimentaire du terroir & Consorts Y v. SHDA, no. 17-11.057

Following an assignment of shares, SHDA brought an action before a High Court with several claims. Consorts Y raised a jurisdictional plea for the benefit of the arbitral tribunal in accordance with the arbitration clause stipulated in the shares protocol. They objected the order of the pre-trial judge who stated that the state courts were competent. Consorts Y appealed the order and the Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal for failure to hire a lawyer within a month as provided under the notice of a court clerk. The Cour de Cassation sets aside the decision arguing that this notice has not been sent to the parties.

2018-06-27T05:12:13+00:00 March 22nd, 2018|Cour de cassation|0 Comments

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