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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance: Commentary and Annotations 2nd ed

Edited by: John Choong, Romesh Weeramantry

ISBN13: 9789626617465
Previous Edition ISBN: 9789626614099
Published: August 2015
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Asia Ltd
Country of Publication: Hong Kong
Format: Hardback
Price: £295.00

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The second edition of The Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance: Commentary and Annotations contains relevant Hong Kong arbitration cases and amendments to the Arbitration Ordinance since January 2011 (when the 1st edition was published).

References to prominent cases from other Model Law jurisdictions that were decided since January 2011 and which have ruled on, or assist in the interpretation of, Model Law provisions are also included.

This book is a one stop shop for all lawyers and other professionals involved in arbitration to refer to on a regular basis. Some of the highlights include:-

  • Comprehensive coverage of the recently tabled Arbitration (Amendment) Bill 2015
  • 25 sections of the Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance have been amended since January 2011
  • Detailed discussion and analysis of every section. There is a special emphasis on how the newprovisions are likely to be applied in practice
  • Commentary by 14 Hong Kong-based arbitration specialists with substantial experience inboth international and domestic arbitrations in a wide range of sectors
  • Appendices containing important documents including HKIAC Report 1996, CommitteeReport 2003, Consultation Paper 2007, Explanatory Memorandum, to Arbitration(Amendment) Bill 2013 and more