- Caribbean Court of Justice — judgment interest rate, not award rate, applies on enforcement (AG of Belize v Belize Bank)
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- What did the court decide?
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Arbitration analysis: The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) conceded that when it issued a certificate to confirm enforcement of an arbitration award, the rate of interest on the award sum as from the date of the certificate ought to have been the statutory judgment debt rate of 6% simple interest, not 17% compounded on a monthly basis, which was the post-award rate set in the award.
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