Abstract

This thesis explores the main controversies and complexities in the judicial application of the public policy exception from an Australian perspective. It is a critical analysis of the prevalent narrow approach to the public policy exception. It examines the extent of the ILA Resolution’s suitability and applicability in Australia, considering past problems experienced by the courts of other countries, the distinctive features of the Australian legal system, and future challenges confronting the Australian judiciary.

Year Manuscript Completed

2005

Keywords

Arbitration and award Australia; Public policy (Law); International arbitration and award

Primary Language of Manuscript

EN

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