Charlottesville VA: University Press of Virginia, 1984.
First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Item #6620
Price stamp on rear endpaper, otherwise light wear; Dust Jacket light wear. Crisp hardcover. ; "The book is divided into three parts. The first examines the role of arbitation in the settlement of public international law disputes, in treaty relations, and in economic relations between nations. Part Two studies arbitration law and practice from the viewpoint of comparative law and the diversity of legal cultures. The important issues of, inter alia, party and arbitral autonomy, judicial supervision, and the impact of the law of the arbitration site are scrutinized through an analysis of the national legislation and decisional law from jurisdictions that are presentative of the three legal traditions. Finally, Part Three focuses upon the features of arbitration in a commercial setting." ; Virginia Legal Studies; x, 301 pages.
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