Hotel dispute leads to ruling on pleading omissions
Alison Ross • Monday, 16 July 2012 (10 months ago)
The Singapore Court of Appeal has reversed a decision that an arbitrator can only consider new facts or issues where a party has applied for and been granted permission to amend its pleadings, in a dispute between Indonesian group Prima and Swiss chain Kempinski over the management of a hotel in Jakarta.
The Intercontinetal Jakarta Midplaza Hotel, formerly the Kempinski Plaza Jakarta (Credit: Intercontinental)
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