Hamid Khanbhai#2470

Hamid Khanbhai

Barrister, 4 New Square
Hamid specialises in commercial litigation and arbitration with an emphasis on insurance/reinsurance, construction law, maritime arbitration and litigation, and professional liability claims. He has experience of ad hoc and institutional arbitrations, and is familiar with ICC, LCIA, LMAA, and UNCITRAL arbitration rules.
Contributed to

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Enforcement of an award pursuant to AA 1996, s 66—draft order
Enforcement of an award pursuant to AA 1996, s 66—draft order
Precedents

This is a Precedent draft order to be included as part of an application for permission to enforce an arbitral award in the same manner as a judgment or order (and also for judgment to be entered in terms of the award, if required) pursuant to section 66 of the Arbitration Act 1996.

Enforcement of an award pursuant to AA 1996, s 66—sample arbitration claim form
Enforcement of an award pursuant to AA 1996, s 66—sample arbitration claim form
Precedents

This Precedent arbitration claim form, with accompanying Drafting Notes, is for making an application for permission to enforce an arbitral award in the same manner as a judgment or order (and also for judgment to be entered in terms of the award, if required), as required pursuant to section 66 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (AA 1996).

Enforcement of an award pursuant to AA 1996, s 66—witness statement
Enforcement of an award pursuant to AA 1996, s 66—witness statement
Precedents

This is a precedent witness statement in support of an application to the courts of England and Wales for permission to enforce an arbitral award as a judgment or order (and also for judgment to be entered in terms of the award, if required) pursuant to section 66 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (AA 1996, s 66). It sets out the information required under CPR 62.18. It provides for the application to be made with or without notice and for reasons to be given for any without notice (ex parte) application.

Resisting enforcement of a New York Convention award—witness statement
Resisting enforcement of a New York Convention award—witness statement
Precedents

This is Precedent witness statement for use by a defendant to resist a claimant’s application under section 101 of the Arbitration Act 1996 for permission to enforce a New York Convention arbitral award in the same manner as a judgment or order to that effect. This Precedent witness statement should be used in conjunction with the draft order for resisting enforcement.

Practice Area

Panel

  • Contributing Author

Qualified Year

  • 2011

Membership

  • COMBAR

Education

  • Magdalen College, Oxford
  • Princeton University

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