Commercial Arbitration: The Scottish and International Perspectives
Commercial arbitration in Scotland entered a new era in 2010 with the enactment of the Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010. Commercial Arbitration – The Scottish and International Perspectives provides a thorough legal analysis of the Act and detailed examination of the most important current issues arising from international commercial arbitration.
It is a user-friendly guide offering comprehensive and practical insight to various aspects of arbitration, both domestic and international. Comparative legal studies betweenScotlandand international practice are also provided. The international practice chapters include UNCITRAL Model Law, UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, institutional arbitration rules and International Bar Association arbitration guidelines.
Commercial Arbitration – The Scottish and International Perspectives is invaluable for students and practitioners who need to know the implications of the new Act.
- 1. Legal Development inScotland
- 2. Features of the Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010
- 3. Confidentiality
- 4. Arbitration Agreement
- 5. Party Autonomy and its Restrictions
- 6. Commencement of Arbitration Proceedings and Constitution of Tribunal
- 7. Arbitrators
- 8. Procedural Law
- 9. Choice of the Proper Law
- 10. Arbitral Proceedings
- 11. The Relationship Between the Courts and Arbitration
- 12. Arbitral Awards
- 13. Arbitration Expenses
|Publisher:||Dundee University Press|
|Author(s)||Yu, H-L and Murray|