Title

International arbitration and competing dispute resolution options

Date of this Version

1-1-2010

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Details

Citation only.

Boulle, L. (2010). International arbitration and competing dispute resolution options. In M. Hiscock & W. van Caenegem (Eds.), The internationalisation of law: Legislating, decision-making, practice and education (pp. 251-277). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

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2010 HERDC submission. FoR Code: 180100

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ISBN

978-1-84980-102-7

Abstract

Extract: Since Ogg and Ugg, from rival villages, asked Igg, from a neutral third village, to resolve the disputed sale of a pig, 'cross-border commercial arbitration' has been practices in many categories of disputes and in multiple locations The combined impetus of the lex mercatoria of medieval traders and merchants, domestic legislative and judicial policy in contemporary legal systems, and numerous multilateral and bilateral international treaties and conventions have given status, impact and currency to the practice of arbitration across borders.

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