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Éditions Yvon Blais
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General
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General
Publication date: 
2021-01-04
Éditions Yvon Blais

The International Commercial Arbitration Legislation of British Columbia: A Commentary

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The International Commercial Arbitration Legislation of British Columbia: A Commentary offers insight into the practice of international commercial arbitration. This book provides support to the British Columbia arbitration community by enhancing practitioners' comfort with this powerful and flexible form of dispute resolution and providing the courts with a source of learned doctrinal and jurisprudential material from Canada and beyond. The International Commercial Arbitration Legislation of British Columbia: A Commentary is aimed at arbitration practitioners in British Columbia; however, it is nevertheless useful to practitioners in all Canadian jurisdictions since the New York Convention and Model Law are adopted by statute in all Provinces and Territories. Practitioners in other New York Convention and Model Law jurisdictions may also find this text helpful in arming themselves with the jurisprudence from an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction having a rich body of cases interpreting various provisions in these instruments.

Éditions Yvon Blais

The International Commercial Arbitration Legislation of British Columbia: A Commentary

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The International Commercial Arbitration Legislation of British Columbia: A Commentary offers insight into the practice of international commercial arbitration. This book provides support to the British Columbia arbitration community by enhancing practitioners' comfort with this powerful and flexible form of dispute resolution and providing the courts with a source of learned doctrinal and jurisprudential material from Canada and beyond. The International Commercial Arbitration Legislation of British Columbia: A Commentary is aimed at arbitration practitioners in British Columbia; however, it is nevertheless useful to practitioners in all Canadian jurisdictions since the New York Convention and Model Law are adopted by statute in all Provinces and Territories. Practitioners in other New York Convention and Model Law jurisdictions may also find this text helpful in arming themselves with the jurisprudence from an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction having a rich body of cases interpreting various provisions in these instruments.