Arbitration Law
Författare:Merkin Robert
Titel:Arbitration Law
Omfång:1100 sid.
Förlag:Lloyds of London Press
Serie:Lloyd's Commercial Law Library

Pris: 4368 SEK exkl. moms
Arbitration has established itself as one of the principal methods of dispute resolution. This means that coverage of the latest developments in the arbitral process and the legal proceedings that govern it are essential. Under clear subject headings, the main aspects of arbitration law are covered, providing both an informative discussion of the principles and a reliable reference source. Considering both commercial and consumer cases and their implications in the UK and overseas, Arbitration Law is an important reference work for any practitioner.

Contents :
- The framework of arbitration law
- Applications of the court
- Nature of arbitration agreements
- Submission agreements
- Agreements to arbitrate future disputes
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Choice of law
- Breaches of the arbitration agreement: stay of judicial
- The jurisdiction of arbitrators
- The office of arbitrator
- The appointment of arbitrators
- Umpires
- Commencing an arbitration: time limits
- Arbitration proceedings
- Evidence in arbitrations
- Delay and lack of co-operation by the parties to the arbitration
- The effect of arbitration on third parties
- Arbitration awards
- Enforcement of arbitration awards
- Challenging the proceedings and the award
- Judicial review of errors in arbitration awards
- Exclusion of judicial control
- Investment treaty arbitration

- The Arbitration Act 1996
- CPR Part 62
- CPR Practice Direction 62
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