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Title: Some thoughts on the draft Arbitration (Scotland) Bill
Author(s): Davidson, Fraser
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Keywords: Law
Arbitration and award Scotland
Issue Date: 2009
Date Deposited: 9-Feb-2009
Citation: Davidson F (2009) Some thoughts on the draft Arbitration (Scotland) Bill. Journal of Business Law, (1), pp. 44-67.
Abstract: The Scottish Government has produced a draft Arbitration (Scotland) Bill, and is currently engaged on a consultation exercise regarding that measure. This article examines a number of key features of that Bill and certain of the consultation questions.
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