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Arbitral awards- Essentiality of cogent reasons in arbitral decisions

enforcement of foreign judgment, section 227 of the Seychelles Code of Civil Procedure, conditions to be fulfilled for enforcement of foreign judgment

Contract - claim for damages for breach of contract - Commercial Code - arbitration agreement - stay of proceedings - Respondent conceding that  the arbitration agreement is not null and void - arbitration agreement is valid and subsisting - no argument before the Supreme Court that the dispute did not fall within the scope of the arbitration agreement. Appeal allowed. With costs. Whether or not a foreign arbitral award (a Convention Award) is enforceable in Seychelles does not arise for the determination of this Court in the context of the present appeal.