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Aspects Philosophiques du Droit de l'Arbitrage International

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ISBN13: 9789004171480
Published: July 2008
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Pocketbook
Price: £13.00



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Le droit de l’arbitrage, plus encore que le droit international privé, se prête à une réflexion de philosophie du droit. Les notions, essentiellement philosophiques, de volonté et de liberté sont au coeur de la matière.

La liberté des parties de préférer aux juridictions étatiques une forme privée de règlement des différends, de choisir leur juge, de forger la procédure qui leur paraît la plus appropriée, de déterminer les règles de droit applicables au différend, quitte à ce qu’il s’agisse de normes autres que celles d’un système juridique donné, la liberté des arbitres de se prononcer sur leur propre compétence, de fixer le déroulement de la procédure et, dans le silence des parties, de choisir les normes applicables au fond du litige, soulèvent autant de questions de légitimité.

Le présent ouvrage s’attache à identifier les postulats philosophiques qui sous-tendent la matière, à montrer leur profonde cohérence et les conséquences pratiques qui en découlent dans la résolution des grands contentieux du commerce international.

Babel Fish Translation

The right of the arbitration, more still than the private international law, lends itself to a reflexion philosophy right. The concepts, primarily philosophical, of will and freedom are in the middle of the matter.

The freedom of the parts to prefer with the official jurisdictions a private form of settlement of the disputes, to choose their judge, to forge the procedure which appears to them most suitable, to determine the rules of duty applicable to the disagreement, free so that they are standards other than those of a given legal system, the freedom of the referees to come to a conclusion about their own competence, to fix the course of the procedure and, in the silence of the parts, to choose the standards applicable to the bottom of the litigation, as many questions of legitimacy raises.

This work attempts to identify the philosophical postulates which underlie the matter, to show their deep coherence and the practical consequences which result from this in the resolution of the great dispute of the international business.

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