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(13) Provision relating to execution of decision made abroad

(13) Provision relating to execution of decision made abroad:

(1)Parties intending execution of the decision made in abroad pursuant to section 34 sub-section (1) may apply in appellate court.

(2) In addition to the documents mentioned in section 34 subsection(1) of the Act, following aspects shall be mentioned in theapplication pursuant to sub-rule (1):

(a) Description including Name, surname and address of respondent, place of transaction and of electronic
communication medium of contact address like telephone, fax, email, other description subsidiary to serve notice or
correspond,

(b) That conditions mentioned in section 34 sub-section (2) is fulfilled.

(3) In course of preliminary hearing of the application pursuant to sub-rule (1), if it appears that the decision of arbitrator rendered abroad should be executed, the court shall issue notice to respondent for being
present with written counter-claim within 90 days if there is any reason for not executing that decision.

(4) If respondent is summoned pursuant to sub-rule (3) appellate court hears the case generally within ten days upon the presence of respondent or upon the lapses of time to be present and if it appears that
the conditions mentioned in section 34 sub section (2) are fulfilled, original file shall be sent to the concerned district court including order for execution of the decision of arbitrator.

(5) Upon the receipt of the order pursuant to sub-rule (4), district court shall execute the decision of arbitrator rendered abroad equivalent to the decision of arbitrator rendered within Nepal according to the provisions provisioned in these rules.

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