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The High Court of Justice ('the Court') exercised its discretion in allocating costs of proceedings and departed from the general rule according to which the unsuccessful party should pay the costs of the successful party. The Court found that the parties should bear its own costs of the proceedings, taking into consideration their conduct during and after the proceedings and all the relevant circumstances of the case.
Allocation of the costs of proceedings and relevance of all the circumstances of the case; material non-disclosure of a party during a without notice proceeding; meaning of 'suspension' of an Award.
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See also LEIDOS, INC., formerly known as Science Applications International Corporation (SIAC), v The Hellenic Republic - United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit No 17-7082 - 2 February 2018