The growth of international commerce has necessitated the creation of efficient methods of resolution of disputes. In some situations, securing an award or a final judgment from the courts may only be a battle half won; this is especially true in the foreign context.
We have come across situations where the opposite parties decide to not participate in the arbitral process or abandon it mid-way. The enforcement of these awards/judgments where the party is in absentio is sometimes more complicated than one where the opposite party has participated in the proceedings. In some situations, objections have been raised even against costs awarded by the tribunal or the jurisdiction of the tribunal or court, as the case may be. Therefore, the stage of enforcement of an award or decree warrants a high degree of caution.
So, the main object of this article is to articulate as well as analyse all the concept which corelate with the enforcement and recognition of arbitral awards in India, United Kingdom & Singapore.