TREATY COLUMN: When is a seat that is registered not a registered seat?
An ICSID tribunal has dismissed the claims of a Cypriot investor against Montenegro because the entity failed to prove it had a “seat” in Cyprus as required by the treaty. Matthew Weiniger QC and Ula Cartwright-Finch, partner and managing associate at Linklaters in London, report on a “potentially harsh” decision.
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