France—guarantor has standing to object to a domestic arbitral award where not a party to the arbitration (Sté Pierre et Vacances c Sté IMI Holding)

October 05, 2015

Arbitration analysis: Xavier Nyssen, International Arbitration partner at Dechert LLP, discusses the decision in Sté Pierre et Vacances v Sté IMI Holding in which the French Civil Supreme Court granted a guarantor's request to file a third party objection against the enforcement of an award establishing the guaranteed debt.

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