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A fuel importer that won a US$23 million award of security against Haiti last year has sought to attach state assets held by American Airlines until the arbitration is concluded.
25 July 2022
A US court has confirmed a partial award ordering a Haitian state agency to post US$23 million in pre-award security pending the conclusion of an ad hoc arbitration brought by a petroleum supplier over unpaid oil shipments.
28 January 2022
A New York state court has refused to grant Haiti a stay of a US$94 million ad hoc arbitration brought by a petroleum supplier, after a federal court lifted an attachment on assets owned by the Caribbean state’s central bank.
18 October 2021
A Haitian government agency has asked a US court to stay a US$94 million ad hoc arbitration brought by a supplier of petroleum products, arguing that the disputes provisions in their contracts are invalid under Haitian law.
10 March 2021
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