Reprint as at 1 January Arbitration Act Public Act No Date of assent 2 September Commencement see section 1(2). Contents. Page. An Act to restate and improve the law relating to arbitration pursuant to an arbitration 2 agreement; to make other provision relating to arbitration and arbitration. The Arbitration Act radically changed English arbitration law in a number of respects. The effects of those changes are still developing.
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Status: This version of this Act contains provisions that are prospective. Changes to legislation: Arbitration Act is up to date with all. Arbitration Act is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 15 April There are changes that may be brought into force at a future. THE ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT, ACT No. 26 OF [16th August, ] An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to domestic.
It provides a thorough annotation of the Arbitration Act , and contains comprehensive explanations of developments in the relevant case law to each section of the Act. Since the fourth edition of this book, the English courts have decided many important new cases on virtually every aspect of arbitration law. The most important developments relate to: The growth of anti-arbitration injunctions; The use of freezing injunctions against third party assets and the availability of anti-suit injunctions in EU proceedings; The definition of seat, the appointment of arbitrators, choice of applicable law, jurisdiction, the form of the award and the slip rule; Enforcement of foreign awards, and challenges to domestic awards by way of jurisdictional attacks, serious irregularity or error of law In this 5th edition, the notes to each section contain helpful sub-headings and a new Appendix will contain a fully annotated version of CPR Part 62 and the Practice Direction. The book will also be useful for academics and university students of law at all levels seeking an understanding of the Act, including those on the Legal Practice Course.
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The effects of those changes are still developing and are being reflected in decisions of the courts. Reviews "There should not be a practitioner who does not have a copy…highly recommended.
Author Bios Bruce Harris is a full-time commercial and maritime arbitrator who has been involved in more than 8, arbitrations and made more than 2, awards. He was a member of the DAC.
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The Arbitration Act came into effect on 31 January As the tenth anniversary Issue Section:.