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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||The New French Arbitration Law: An Analysis|
International commercial arbitration
Recognition of judgments
|Citation:||Yu H & Ahmed M (2012) The New French Arbitration Law: An Analysis, International Arbitration Law Review, 15 (1), pp. 20-29.|
|Abstract:||Analyses French Decree 2011-48 of 13 January 2011 on Arbitration, which amends the Code of Civil Procedure and updates the law on international commercial arbitration, looking at: (1) how the Decree has handled the consolidation of previous arbitration and case law; (2) the role of the supporting judge (juge d'appui) in assisting arbitration; (3) the powers of the arbitral tribunal to make interim measures; (4) the simplification of the procedures for the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards; and (5) the rules on the setting aside of awards and waiver of the parties' rights to appeal.|
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|Notes:||Legislation Cited: Decree 2011-48 of 13 January 2011 on Arbitration (France) Decree 81-500 of 12 May 1981 on International Arbitration (France) Code of Civil Procedure (France)|
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