(b) Nothing in this clause limits party A`s right to bring an action against party B in another competent court, including third-party proceedings, and the commencement or continuation of proceedings in one or more jurisdictions shall not preclude the simultaneous or non-simultaneous commencement of a dispute in another jurisdiction. if and to the extent permitted by applicable law. In the absence of an effective jurisdiction clause, the competent court will be decided to rule on a dispute by reference to the rules of private international law.1 This can lead to uncertainties and inconveniences and additional costs and delays in the implementation of a procedure. The exclusive jurisdiction clause, which supersedes the jurisdiction of a court, does not apply to the High Court, which supersedes the territory of a court in the clause, applies to only one civil court.  The court must consider all facts and circumstances before deciding on exclusive jurisdiction, and the mere use of words such as “alone”, “only” or “exclusive” are not the only things to consider. “The parties agree that any matter or problem arising out of this Agreement, or any dispute arising out of this Agreement, shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of XY`s courts.” A clear and clear choice of the parties must be presented in the agreement itself. A clause in the agreement stipulated that in the event of a dispute, arbitration proceedings must be rendered in Mumbai. It has been clarified by the parties that the place for arbitration is Bombay. However, such arrangements are not considered exclusively under the Hague Convention on Forum Arrangements.
Given that this may be the mechanism in which we maintain mutual applicability within the EU as soon as the UK leaves the EU, it might not be advisable to designate two courts as exclusively competent for EU-related transactions. Also note that there is a risk of parallel proceedings outside the EU, especially when there is an appeal against an application, the claim in one court and the counterclaim in another court. If there are other related agreements that are part of the transaction, consider whether you want all disputes to be settled in the same jurisdiction. Often, for economic reasons, the parties agree on conflicting jurisdiction clauses. This may lead to parallel proceedings and other disputes in order to determine which court has jurisdiction. If this is unavoidable, make sure that the wording is clear and that the central disputes for the transaction refer to the preferred jurisdiction.14 As a general rule, a jurisdiction clause provides for either “exclusive” or “non-exclusive” jurisdiction. . . .