[:en]Québec – court dismisses litigation seeking injunctive relief in favour of arbitration for specific performance – #005[:]

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The Québec Superior Court in Truong v. Syndicat des copropriétaires Appartements Miraflor, 2017 QCCS 3673 dismissed a court litigation in favour of arbitration even if the litigation appeared to invoke injunctive powers reserved for the Superior Court.  Notwithstanding that Plaintiff as a court litigant sought provisional measures in the form of injunctive relief, Mr. Justice Mark G. Peacock ruled that Plaintiff could ask the arbitrator for specific performance of the same obligations which it sought to enforce by way of injunction.    Continue reading “[:en]Québec – court dismisses litigation seeking injunctive relief in favour of arbitration for specific performance – #005[:]”

[:en]Québec – court decision illustrates strength of arbitration in Québec – #001[:]

[:en]The Québec Superior Court issued a July 18, 2017 decision in Greenkey Ltd. v. Trovac Industries Ltd., 2017 QCCS 3270 reasserting Québec’s courts’ full support of arbitration. The decision granted a motion to homologate the final award and a dismissed a motion to annul the award resulting from an arbitration conducted pursuant to the Canadian Commercial Arbitration Centre (“CCAC”) rules. Continue reading “[:en]Québec – court decision illustrates strength of arbitration in Québec – #001[:]”