Title

A Swiss American Perspective of a Franco-American Treatise

Document Type

Book Review

Publication Date

1986

ISSN

1875-8398

Publisher

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Language

en-US

Abstract

Gallic arbitration law holds a special fascination for the student of international commercial dispute resolution, whether scholar or practitioner, connoisseur or novice. France's popularity as an arbitration situs may explain some of this interest.However, the deeper intellectual significance of the subject probably lies in the historical richness of the French judicial and legislative elaboration of a special status for international commercial arbitration. The development of French arbitration law represents a paradigm of the modern trend toward ‘delocalised’ procedure, in which arbitral autonomy is restricted by only a bare minimum of local procedural imperatives.

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