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Arbitration in Africa

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Sweet & Maxwell - Europe
Service #: 41980362
Publication frequency: As needed
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Arbitration in Africa



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Over the past decade Africa has emerged as a leading centre of economic growth, with the majority of industries operating within Africa having experienced rapid expansion as a result of increased investment and interest from around the globe. Naturally this has led to an increase in disputes, renewing the interest of arbitrators and practitioners from both within the continent and around the world. Written by a team of highly experienced practitioners, Arbitration in Africa: A Review of Key Jurisdictions is a valuable text for any arbitrator operating within Africa, providing a thorough and comprehensive account of arbitration in Africa. This title gives practical advice on a range of essential subjects including: A detailed introduction and commentary on arbitration in Africa Historical accounts of arbitration in Africa and the development of arbitral institutions Guidance on the rules, regulations and new laws pertaining to Arbitration in Africa Coverage of issues surrounding recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration awards Examines the future of arbitration in Africa Features valuable case examples This title also offers full and detailed coverage of specific regions such as: The East African Community Anglophone West African Countries Southern Africa Arabic Speaking Countries amongst others FEATURES AND BENEFITS Features a colour-coded map of Africa, to represent local arbitration centres/jurisdictions for quick and easy reference Offers contact details for the relevant Arbitration Institutions Provides useful information on Bi-lateral Investment Treaties in Africa Detailed coverage of the Rules surrounding Procedure and Evidence Examines restrictions in local legislation Addresses the controversies, difficulties and potential pitfalls of arbitrating in Africa Provides detailed advice on Jurisdiction, Arbitration Awards and their Enforcement