This book provides a highly accessible yet practical guide to all aspects of arbitration, from the drafting of an arbitration agreement through to the award, including enforcement and appeals. Being comprehensive in its approach, every stage of the arbitral process under the Arbitration Act 1996 is covered including a separate chapter covering special types of arbitration such as consumer schemes and arbitrations under statute. Written in simple non-legalistic language and intentionally general in its coverage, it should be of relevance to arbitration matters whatever trade or profession practised.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. A brief history of arbitration in Great Britain Chapter 2. Introduction to Arbitration Law in England, Wales and Northern Ireland Chapter 3. Arbitration Agreements Chapter 4. Appointment Chapter 5. The Arbitrator Chapter 6. Multi-Member Agreement Tribunals Chapter 7. The Preliminary Meeting Chapter 8. Preparation For The Hearing Chapter 9. Court Assistance and Intervention Chapter 10. The Hearing Chapter 11. The Ward Chapter 12 Costs of Arbitration Chapter 13. Other Types of Arbitration.
Harold Crowter FRICS is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and Arbitrator, and is a leading arbitrator in the UK. The majority of his appointments are multi-million pound disputes, and he specialises in advising on the resolution and avoidance of building and civil engineering disputes.