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Supreme Court Reserves Verdict On Amazon's Plea Against Future-Reliance Reliance Deal

Lawstreet Journal 3 Aug 2021 7:26pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Business Supreme Court Reserves Verdict On Amazon's Plea Against Future-Reliance Reliance Deal

The Supreme Court reserved its decision in the Amazon-Future-Reliance case on Thursday(July 29,2021), deciding whether Singapore's Emergency Arbitrator Award preventing Future Retail Ltd (FRL) from proceeding with its merger deal with Reliance Retail is valid under Indian law and whether it can be enforced.

After hearing arguments from all parties in the case, a bench led by Justice Rohinton F Nariman reserved its verdict.

Amazon.com NV Investment Holdings LLC, based in the United States, and FRL are locked in a legal battle over FRL's $24.713 billion merger with Reliance Retail.

Previously, the bench stayed further proceedings in the Amazon-Future-Reliance case before a single judge and a division bench of the Delhi High Court.

The Supreme Court was hearing an appeal from e-commerce giant Amazon, which was challenging the Delhi High Court"s decision to stay an order upholding an emergency arbitrator award preventing Future Retail Limited (FRL) from proceeding with its 24,731 crore assets sale deal with Reliance Retail.

On March 22, 2021 , a division bench of High Court Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jasmeet Singh stayed a March 18 order of Justice JR Midha ordering the attachment of the assets of Future Coupons Private Limited (FCPL), FRL, Kishore Biyani, and ten other promoters.

Amazon has sought enforcement of an emergency arbitrator's (EA) order preventing FRL from transferring its retail assets at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC).

Amazon owns 49% of FCPL, which owns 9.82% of FRL. Amazon claims that it invested 1,431 crore in FCPL with… Continue Reading...


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