Law and Practice of Arbitration In Singapore (Hardback)
This book has been written as a basic text on the law and practice of arbitration in Singapore.
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Publisher: LexisNexis Singapore
This book has been written as a basic text on the law and practice of arbitration in Singapore. It has been written primarily for those who are new to the law and practice of arbitration and will therefore be useful to both students and lawyers alike. Law students, participants in the professional workshops and courses run by the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators as well as those attending the Graduate Certificate in International Arbitration will find this particularly useful as this is the only basic local text on the subject of arbitration.
Almost all leading or key decisions of the Singapore courts are discussed in the book. In addition, a number of chapters address practical issues which confront arbitration practitioners. Generally, it is a good introductory text for arbitration practitioners. It will also be a useful resource for foreign lawyers who may need to advise their non- Singaporean clients on the arbitration law of Singapore and its arbitral processes.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The Legislative Framework in Singapore
Chapter 3: The UNCITRAL Model Law
Chapter 4: Fundamental Concepts of Modern Arbitration Law
Chapter 5: The Arbitration Agreement
Chapter 6: Appointment of Arbitrators
Chapter 7: The Assistance of the National Court
Chapter 8: The Arbitral Award
Chapter 9: The Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards
Chapter 10: Public Policy and International Arbitration
Chapter 11: Interim Measures in Aid of Foreign Arbitrations and Recent Developments in the Model Law
Chapter 12: Arbitration Rules
Chapter 13: Procedure and Evidence
Chapter 14: Practical Matters