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Arbitration Law of Austria

Practice and Procedure

by Stefan Riegler; Alexander Petsche; Alice Fremuth-Wolf; Martin Platte; Christoph Liebscher

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Published by JurisNet, LLC .
Written in English

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  • Reference / Law

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    FormatHardcover
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    Open LibraryOL12339731M
    ISBN 101933833076
    ISBN 109781933833071

    Book Description. The Arbitration Law Handbook collects together in one volume the laws in force in more than twenty countries, with the main procedural rules used in each of those countries. Each section has a short overview identifying relevant treaty obligations, the main arbitral bodies and the principal laws in force. This introductory chapter analyses the concept of arbitration, distinguishing it from other alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods, in particular mediation, conciliation, and expert determination. Having traced the historical roots and evolution of international arbitration, it then discusses the advantages and drawbacks of choosing to settle disputes by way of arbitration. Author: Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler.

    ISBN: X OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English, French, German, and Russian. Notes: Erratum slip tipped in. Description.   This book examines the new Vienna Rules and the Austrian Arbitration Act that both came into effect on 1 July as the result of a major reform. It is devoted to two principles. First, it recognizes that no two international arbitrations are the same. Arbitration thrives, and is today the predominant method of transnational dispute resolution, because it meets the .

    Traditionally, arbitration agreements do not designate the law governing the arbitration agreement. In BCY v BCZ [] SGHC (“BCY v. BCZ“), the Singapore High Court clarified the position in relation to the law applicable to the arbitration agreement where such choice is . The seat of the arbitration (usually a city) determines the law that will govern certain pro- cedural aspects of the arbitration, such as the powers of the arbitrators and judicial oversight of the arbitral process as well as challenge to awards. 6 The law of the seat of the arbitration.


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Arbitration Law of Austria by Stefan Riegler; Alexander Petsche; Alice Fremuth-Wolf; Martin Platte; Christoph Liebscher Download PDF EPUB FB2

About the book: Arbitration Law of Austria, with over pages of commentary and analysis, provides the reader in a "one-stop-shop" manner with a concise but comprehensive tool for understanding and conducting arbitrations under the Austrian Arbitration Act and the Vienna Rules.

Austria has taken account of international developments and revised its law on arbitration. Austria offers parties, counsels and arbitrators a modern and sophisticated arbitration law. It provides a reliable arbitral institution with long experience that is aware of international trends and ready to adjust its rules to keep them in line with best practice.

Arbitration Law of Austria: Practice and Procedure has been designed to be a reference book for arbitration practitioners and everyone who wants to familiarize themselves in depth with Austrian arbitration law and practice (including the "Vienna Rules").

It gives a concise introduction and provides a practical commentary to each section of the Price: $ The definition of arbitration agreement under Austrian law (Section (1) ACCP) resembles that of Article 7 Model Law.

Thus, an arbitration agreement may be a separate agreement or a clause contained in a main contract. Arbitration Law of Austria book Both contractual and non.

Austria is a very arbitration-friendly jurisdiction with a highly efficient law on civil procedure, modern arbitration provisions, sophisticated case law and an arbitration centre with excellent reputation (the Vienna International Arbitral. International Arbitration Law and Practice in Switzerland, G.

Kaufmann-Kohler and A. Rigozzi () This book includes an excellent overview of international arbitration law and practice in Switzerland, concerning issues such as the law of the arbitration, the arbitral tribunal and the annulment and enforcement of the award.

Welcome to JURIS Arbitration Law. JURIS Arbitration Law is a database platform covering virtually all forms of international, as well as U.S., arbitration. In addition to indispensable source materials, such as BITs, awards, court decisions, national arbitration laws, institutional rules and procedures, and more, Arbitration Law provides a wealth of exclusive analysis and.

Arbitration Law of Austria, with over pages of commentary and analysis, provides the reader in a "one-stop-shop" manner with a concise but comprehensive tool for understanding and conducting arbitrations under the Austrian Arbitration Act and the Vienna Rules.

Austria has taken account of international developments and revised its law on arbitration. All Juris arbitration titles – in print or PDF– are exclusively available for purchase or research at Juris.

The Juris Arbitration Law Online Library at is an arbitration-dedicated database that offers complete archival access to top-ranked arbitration journals and books by leading practitioners in the field of arbitration and dispute resolution.

Austria has also become host to numerous international organisations. In sixteen chapters, each written by a well-known Austrian law professor, this book provides English-speaking legal practitioners and academics with a comprehensive knowledge of the basic institutions, principles and rules of Austrian law.

Many useful investment treaty arbitration books can be consulted using this free online resource. A common starting point for many legal issues concerning investment treaty arbitration, especially but not exclusively in the ICSID context, is Christopher Schreuer’s The ICSID Convention: A Commentary, an excellent and Practice of Investment Treaties: Standards of.

The Austrian arbitration law is based on the UNICTRAL Model Law and is contained in the Austrian Code of Civil Procedure (“ACCP”, Sections –). Unlike the UNCITRAL Model Law however, Austrian procedural law neither differentiates between commercial and non-commercial arbitrations nor between national and international arbitrations.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: English text of the Austrian Arbitration Act: p. Description: xxiii, pages ; 25 cm. The Arbitration Law Handbook collects together in one volume the laws in force in more than twenty countries, with the main procedural rules used in each of those countries.

Each section has a short overview identifying relevant treaty obligations, the 5/5(1). The book then looks in detail at all aspects of arbitration, from commencement of proceedings, through preparation and collection of the evidence necessary in complex construction cases, to common procedural issues, the conduct of the hearing, the effect of the award, challenges to it and its enforcement.

Gary Born’s latest addition to the international arbitration literature, International Arbitration: Law and Practice, is a nice bookend to his magisterial two-volume work on the same subject.

Rather than simply condense his 3, page tome into a page summary, he has done something completely different: offer a concise, ready-reference. Arbitration Law and Practice.

Arbitration Law of Austria: Practice and Procedure The PDF/E-Book products and information available for purchase on this website are either owned by or licensed to Juris and are protected by the intellectual property laws of the United States and other jurisdictions.

Juris and its licensors retain all. International Arbitration: Law and Practice in Switzerland It also informs the discussion of the arbitration rules addressed in the book, from the ICC Arbitration Rules to the Swiss Rules of.

The Silent Spring of Human Rights in Investment Arbitration: Jurisprudence Constante through Case-Law Trajectory Johnny Veeder QC – From the General Editor Anti-arbitration injunctions: walking the tightrope. International Arbitration Yearbook Welcome to the 13th edition, and first online-only version, of Baker McKenzie’s International Arbitration Yearbook.

From the publication’s European-focused roots, the Yearbook has grown to cover notable developments across up to 44 jurisdictions worldwide, reflecting our firm’s truly global presence.

Book Description. This book is an essential resource for anybody involved in arbitration. It is an updated section-by-section commentary on the Arbitration Actsplit into a separate set of notes for each section, and subdivided into the relevant issues within that section.In addition to inaugurating Juris’s conference and book series on international investment law and arbitration, Dr.

Weiler is also a co-founder of bothmanaged by Oxford University Press, and the Society of International Economic Law. His name has appeared on the Who’s Who Legal list of leading international.The Arbitration Act is to a large extent included in Book IV of the Dutch Code of Civil Procedure (DCCP) 7 and has been modelled after the UNCITRAL Model Law to make the Netherlands attractive as a place for international arbitration.

8. Book IV DCCP is .