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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Arbitration 2nd ed isbn 9780414017764


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ISBN13: 9780414011045
ISBN: 041401104X
New Edition ISBN: 9780414017764
Published: December 2000
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

In the highly regarded SULI series, Arbitration provides a comprehensive account of the modern law of arbitration and related forms of dispute resolution. It covers all aspects of the domestic law of arbitration, and thoroughly examines the system pertaining to international arbitration when launched and subsequently conducted in Scotland.

Throughout the book, Scots law is considered in the context of international arbitration in general. It examines the operation of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration as adopted in Scotland, with frequent reference to appropriate authority from other jurisdictions. Arbitration is the essential reference work on the law of arbitration in Scotland. It will be of interest not only to practitioners, but also to arbitrators charged with conducting proceedings in Scotland.

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Scots Law
What is arbitration? - The model law - What matters may be referred to arbitration? - Who may refer matters to arbitration? - Who can act as an arbiter? - The agreement to refer to arbitration - Arbitration barred by lapse of time - Appointing arbiters - Rights, duties and liabilities of arbiters - Jurisdiction - Multiple parties - The conduct of the reference - The stated case procedure - Private international law aspects of arbitration - Parallel arbitration and court proceedings - The award - Challenging an award - Enforcement of awards - Judicial reference - Statutory regimes.