Arbitration and Human Rights

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The concept of delocalised arbitration tends to evade any active judicial control over arbitral awards at the place of arbitration. The Judicial control over abritral awards is nowadays reduced to the extent of their conformity with transnational public policy. That is the reason why the losingparty to the arbitral proceedings tries to invoke the procedurla human rights as a minimum protective standard under international human rights law. This study scheds light on the question as to whether international human rights law ...

Arbitration and Human Rights 2002, Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften, Frankfurt a.M.

ISBN-13: 9783631379509

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