Cairn Energy secures French court order to seize 20 Indian govt properties

PTI New Delhi | Updated on July 08, 2021

Recovery is part of a $1.7-billion arbitration award over reversed retrospective tax demand

Britain’s Cairn Energy Plc has secured a French court order to seize about 20 Indian government properties in France to recover a part of the $1.7-billion arbitration award, sources said on Thursday.

On June 11, the French court had ordered Cairn Energy’s takeover of Indian government properties, mostly comprising flat; the legal process was completed on Wednesday evening.

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An arbitration panel had in December ordered the Indian government to return $1.2 billion-plus interest and penalty to Cairn Energy after reversing a retrospective tax demand.

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With the Indian government not honouring the award, Cairn Energy has moved in multiple jurisdictions overseas to recover the amount due by seizing Indian government assets.

Published on July 08, 2021

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