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Eddie Chuah

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In circumstances where an arbitration clause expressly includes only some, but not all, of the parties to a transaction, and a dispute arises between all concerned, naturally, only those parties included in the arbitration clause may participate in the arbitration, leaving the other parties to seek redress from the courts. The question is what the non-parties to the arbitration can do if the arbitration touches upon their interests? In Jaya Sudhir Jayaram v Nautical Supreme…