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Netherlands Arbitration Law

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ISBN13: 9789065447708
ISBN: 9065447709
Published: November 1993
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
Price: £149.00

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Discussing the main issues in Dutch arbitration law, its history and its procedures, this text includes coverage of current developments, such as the privatization of the administration of justice, recent legal decisions and publications.

This edition also contains chapters on international arbitration and arbitration outside the Netherlands. The book should be of value to non-jurists studying law and beginning law students, as well as to arbitrators and practising lawyers.

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Part 1: history
definition of arbitration - parallel with ordinary courts
kinds of arbitration
system of the Act
applicability and hierarchy of Dutch arbitral procedural law
division of this book.
Part 2 Arbitration compared to state administration of justice: differences in state influence
differences in fundamental principles of procedural law
advantages and disadvantages of arbitration compared to state administration of justice.
Part 3 Arbitration compared to binding advice: what has been agreed upon? Arbitration or binding advice?
differences in main principles
advantages and disadvantages of arbitration compared to binding advice.
Part 4 Arbitration in the Netherlands - essential rules: agreement as a basis
nature of the arbitration agreement
the agreement with arbitrators
the field of application of arbitration
extension of the field of arbitration
parties in an arbitration
further provisions concerning the arbitration agreement
odd number of arbitrators
privileged position of a party in appointing arbitrators unlawful
strict application of the general provisions and strict evidence
arbitration and the jurisdiction of the court.
Part 5 Appointment, challenge, release and termination of the arbitrators' mandate: appointment of arbitrators
statutory regulations concerning the appointment of arbitrators
termination of the mandate of the arbitral tribunal
death of one of the parties
death of arbitrators
appointment/challenge of arbitrators and secretaries engaged by an arbitral tribunal if no place of arbitration has been designated.
Part 6 Treatment of the dispute, the arbitral proceedings: the commencement of arbitral proceedings
the course of the proceedings
the place of arbitration and of the award
personal appearance and representation
equal treatment of parties "Audi et alteram partem"
examination of witnesses and experts
production of documents
evidence and weight of the evidence
the usual procedure
complications and incidents
string-arbitrations and circle arbitrations
quality arbitrations
the time limit for making the award.
Part 7 Arbitral award.
Part 8 State procedures in response to arbitral award.
Part 9 International arbitration.
Part 10 Arbitration outside the Netherlands (title two).
Part 11 Final, transitional and general provisions. Part contents.