A to Z of NZ Law - Alternative Dispute Resolution, Arbitration - Westlaw NZ
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Alternative Dispute Resolution - Arbitration is a comprehensive treatment of the law of arbitration in New Zealand, providing detailed coverage of all the essential features of arbitration in New Zealand. Arbitration includes both detailed commentary on the Arbitration Act 1996 and New Zealand and overseas case law relevant to New Zealand’s arbitration law as well as guidance on the practice of arbitration.
Alternative Dispute Resolution – Arbitration includes: the scope and effect of arbitration agreements; stay of court proceedings and stay of arbitration proceedings; delay in arbitration; appointment, remuneration, removal and powers and duties of arbitrators; disclosure of information; arbitrator’s power to grant interim relief; arbitration awards, setting aside and enforcement of awards; costs of arbitration; preparing a case for arbitration; arbitration conferences; oral hearing; writing the award; and the AMINZ Appeal Tribunal.
Alternative Dispute Resolution - Arbitration is drawn from Arbitration by Anthony Willy, and includes Further Resources such as links to precedents, commentary works and external websites.
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