Arbitration Practice in Construction Contracts
Routledge, 2. sept 2003 - 232 pages
Considers each stage in the course of an arbitration in detail, from the claimant's decision to seek the means of resolving a dispute to the arbitrator's award, explaining clearly and concisely what is expected of the claimant, respondent and arbitrator and when.
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