Arbitration with the Arab Countries, Third Revised and Expanded Edition
This book is intended to provide lawyers and businesses with an overview of the legal systems and processes in relation to arbitration in all the Arab jurisdictions in the Middle East and North Africa:
United Arab Emirates
In addition, there will be a chapter on Muslim arbitration law (Shari’a), the Amman Arab Convention on Commercial Arbitration (1987) and the Riyad Arab Convention on Judicial Cooperation (1983).
The new edition will be completely revised, updated, and expanded, providing commentary, an overview of case law, and translations of the relevant statutes. Each chapter will follow the same outline to ensure that they are as consistent and comparative as possible and will cover (but not be limited to) issues such as: the legal and judicial system, the agreement to arbitrate, the arbitrators, the proceedings, arbitral awards, the enforcement of the award, and the means of recourse.
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About the Authors.
Chapter 1 Islamic Law and Arbitration
Chapter 2 Arbitration in Algeria
Chapter 3 Arbitration in Bahrain
Chapter 4 Arbitration in Egypt
Chapter 5 Arbitration in Iraq
Chapter 6 Arbitration in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Chapter 7 Arbitration in Kuwait
Chapter 8 Arbitration in Lebanon
Chapter 9 Arbitration in Libya
Chapter 10 Arbitration in Morocco
Chapter 11 Arbitration in Oman
Chapter 12 Arbitration in Qatar
Chapter 13 Arbitration in Saudi Arabia
Chapter 14 Arbitration in Sudan
Chapter 15 Arbitration in Syria
Chapter 16 Arbitration in Tunisia
Chapter 17 Arbitration in the United Arab Emirates
Chapter 18 Arbitration in Yemen
Chapter 19 The Amman Arab Convention on Commercial Arbitration (1987)
Chapter 20 The Riyadh Arab Convention on Judicial Cooperation.
Annexes Statutory Provisions on Arbitration.