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New arbitration legislation throughout the world is based on the highly successful UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration, and an ever-increasing body of arbitration specialists in the legal community have all contributed to improving the relationship of national courts and arbitration. Yet many issues still remain in this never-ending story.
These issues are explored in this text, which contains the proceedings of the ICCA Conference 2000 held in New Delhi, India, in March 2000. This conference, hosted by the Indian Council of Arbitration, explored four topics covering the full range of the arbitral process: the contract, the arbitral proceedings, interim relief, and enforcement. These issues are addressed both from a global point of view and with a particular focus on the recent Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996, the text of which is reproduced in the Annex.