The following Arbitration precedent Produced in partnership with Hamid Khanbhai of 4 New Square provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Appeal ref No:
Filed on behalf of the Claimant
Witness statement of: [insert initial and surname of witness]
Number of witness statement: [insert number of witness statement in relation to the witness]
Exhibit details: [insert initials and number of each exhibit referred to]
Date on which statement was made: [insert date]
[Date of translation: [insert date]]
CLAIM NO: [insert claim number]
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL
ON APPEAL FROM [insert court details]
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
business and property courts of england and wales
Commercial court (QBD)
In the high court of justice
business and property courts in [insert location]
[specify specialist court]
[insert Claimant’s name]
[insert Defendant’s name]
WITNESS STATEMENT OF [insert witness name]
I, [insert witness name] of [insert address], WILL SAY AS FOLLOWS:
This witness statement is made in support of the Claimant’s application under CPR 52.18(1)(b) for the order of [insert details] (‘the Order for Permission to Appeal’) to be set aside. The Order for Permission to Appeal was made in respect of the Defendant’s application for permission to appeal an order of [insert details] that had given the Claimant leave to enforce a New York Convention award in the same manner as a judgment or order of the court to the same effect [and by which order judgment had been entered in terms of the award].
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