• FPIC right of indigenous people and local communities in resource development: lessons from the Inter-American jurisprudence

      Songi, O.; Enenifa, J.A.; Chinda, J.K.; Olokotor, Prince N.C.; Topman, V. (Uniport Journal of Private Law, 2017)
    • Judicial attitudes towards the enforcement of annulled awards

      Matipe, J.A.P.; Olokotor, Prince N.C. (Kluwer Law International, 2018-06)
      This chapter explores the issue of the enforcement of annulled awards under the regime of the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, New York 1958 (New York Convention) through an analysis of recent decisions from the courts of the United States, England and France, to suggest the attitude courts in African States should adopt when required to enforce an annulled award. These three jurisdictions have robustly engaged with this question and their courts have proffered different reasons for the positions they take on the issue, which may be instructive to the courts in Africa. The issue is set out in 14.01; and the theoretical and practical effects of annulled awards are briefly discussed in 14.02. The approach adopted by the English courts is briefly examined in 14.03; the US courts in 14.04; and the French courts in 14.05; and a conclusion.