Service on states can’t be bypassed, UK court holds
London’s Commercial Court has partially set aside an order to enforce an award against Libya, holding that it cannot dispense with requirements for service of proceedings on a foreign state even in the “exceptional circumstances” of Libya’s civil unrest.
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