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Arbitration with the Arab Countries

by Abdul El-Ahdab

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Published by Kluwer Law International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Commercial law,
  • Legal procedure: arbitration,
  • Law,
  • International Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Arabian peninsula,
  • Islamic countries,
  • Litigation,
  • Law / Commercial,
  • Arbitration and award (Islamic,
  • International,
  • Arab countries,
  • Arbitration and award,
  • Arbitration and award (Islamic law)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages1024
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9098733M
    ISBN 109041110976
    ISBN 109789041110978

    2 days ago  The International Arbitration Society established the Arbitration Database in May It is a website destined to become one of the biggest free online databases for lawyers and scholars seeking articles and cases related to international ://   The Practitioner's Guide to Arbitration in the Middle East and North Africa is the culmination of the real experience and expertise from those experts and authorities directly involved with arbitration in their respective countries. The book is the first of its kind to target the Mena region specifically and is essential for anyone working in the area of arbitration both in the Middle East and

    This paper discusses the reasons behind adopting arbitration rules in Arab countries and attempts to prove (or disprove) the theory that economic incentives of arbitration are used as a tool to achieve political purposes in Arab countries. It outlines the political aspects of commercial arbitration. It further discusses whether Arab countries are in need of arbitration to enhance their - Buy Redfern and Hunter on International Arbitration-Student Version (0) book online at best prices in India on Read Redfern and Hunter on International Arbitration-Student Version (0) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified ://

      Morocco. The Islamic financing by Arab banks and Arab investors. They were all memorable cases. The book continues on memory lane with many other cases. ‘‘Wake up, you are dreaming,’’ she observed. ‘‘Back to reality. Can Western arbitrators ever act in an arbitration in Arab countries?’’ she asked me. ‘‘Why not?’’ I /uploads/ Footnotes. Abdul Hamid El-Ahdab, Arbitration with the Arab Countries (2 nd Edition, ); see also Libyan Co (LIAMCO) v Libyan Arab Republic () 20 ILM 1, 41 () Petroleum Development Limited v The Ruler of Abu Dhabi 18 I.L.R. (); see also Howard Stovall - Arbitration and the Arab Middle East: Some thoughts from a commercial lawyer (Chicago International Dispute ?key=


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Arbitration with the Arab Countries by Abdul El-Ahdab Download PDF EPUB FB2

Arab arbitration law has moved beyond the crisis caused by the controversial ARAMCO and Abu Dhabi awards. The past decade has witnessed widespread changes in Arab arbitration law, including the modification of arbitration laws by a number of Arab countries, The creation of several new arbitration centers in these countries, And The accession by most Arab countries To The New York :// ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxviii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: 1.

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El-Ahdab's book is an excellent work which will assist commercial men and lawyers wishing to learn more about arbitration in the Arab countries. The text as a whole is good.

Some parts are excellent, for example in Book One, Part One, Section I, the General Outline, describing especially the historical evolution of arbitration in :// Buy Arbitration with the Arab Countries 3rd ed, by Abdul Hamid El-Ahdab, Jalal El-Ahdab, ISBNpublished by Kluwer Law International fromthe World's Legal Bookshop.

Shipping in the Arbitration with the Arab Countries book is free. Competitive shipping rates :// Find Arbitration with the Arab Countries 3rd Edition by Abdul Hamid El-Ahdab et al at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or :// 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: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, In addition, there will be a chapter on ?id.

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: › Books › Law › Rules & Procedures. How Arab arbitration laws and their potential ineffectiveness in propagating the culture of arbitration and how this impacts the region’s FDI.

Most Arab governments have carried out numerous legislative, institutional and procedural reforms and further improvements in their infrastructure to prepare their environment to attract foreign Arbitration and International Trade in the Arab Countries by Nathalie Najjar is masterful compendium of arbitration law in the Arab countries.

A true study of comparative law in the purest sense of the term, the work puts into perspective the solutions retained in the various laws concerned and highlights both their convergences and ://?language=en. 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: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, In addition, there will be a chapter on International Arbitration Books.

Sponsored by Aceris Law LLC Arbitration Lawyers. Commercial. Arbitration with the Arab Countries () Febru Ma by Library Editor. Post navigation. International Arbitration: Law and Practice in Switzerland () In addition, there will be a chapter on Muslim arbitration law (Shari’a), the Amman Arab Convention on Commercial Arbitration () and the Riyad Arab Convention on Judicial Cooperation ().

The new edition will be completely revised, updated, and expanded, providing commentary, an overview of case law, and translations of the relevant International Arbitration Books. Arbitration with the Arab Countries, J. El-Ahdab () This book analyzes arbitration procedure and practice on a country-by-country basis in Arab States.

It also analyzes the Amman Convention on Commercial Arbitration and the Riyadh Arab Buy Commercial Arbitration in the Arab Middle East Second by Saleh, Samir (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible  › Business, Finance & Law › Law › International.

Arbitration with the Arab countries. Responsibility Abdel Hamid El-Ahdab, Jalal El-Ahdab ; prepared with the assistance of Rita M.

Bou Aoun. Arbitration in the United Arab Emirates; Arbitration in Yemen; The Amman Arab Convention on Commercial Arbitration () The Riyadh Arab Convention on Judicial Cooperation. ://   The Arab arbitration laws were inspired by the above trends. In this regard, one may observe the following: Except for Lebanese law, all Arab arbitration laws and constitutions are based on Islamic Law (Shari’a), being the law of the country or the origin of its ://   Enforcement of arbitral awards in the State of the United Arab Emirates is governed by bilateral treaties and conventions entered into with certain States such as Tunisia, 13 Morocco 14 and Syria.

15 The United Arab Emirates has also signed the ICSID Washington :// arbitration process is tightly related to the judicial courts. However, we should first take a quick look at the map of the arbitration laws in the Arab countries where each law has its own characteristics with regards to the connection between arbitration and State courts.

There are four groups of arbitration laws in the Arab countries: However, Muslim countries have also kept up with trend of globalisation and established various arbitration centres such as the Euro-Arab Chambers of Commerce, Asian International Arbitration. Arbitration with the Arab Countries (Kluwer, 2d ed.

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Edited by Thomas Clay. BOOK REVIEW: Arbitration with the Arab Countries. Premium article - 01 May Welcome to this quick reference guide to key facts on international arbitration in the Arab countries of the Middle East. It is designed to provide a useful starting point when considering arbitration issues in the region, such as the seat of the arbitration and any protection afforded by bilateral investment :// //12/international-arbitration-in-the-middle-east.