This work provides an annotated guide to domestic commercial arbitration legislation in Australia under the uniform commercial arbitration Acts. It is a pioneering work that first published in 2010 and is now in its Third Edition.
Since the Second Edition, all States and Territories have enacted Commercial Arbitration Acts (“CAAs”). The Third Edition considers the operation of the CAAs and Model Law in Australia and beyond.
It provides analytical commentary on the growing body of case law as the CAAs have now come to be applied. It also provides commentary on comparable provisions in other Model Law jurisdictions, explaining where the CAAs sit amidst the diversity of arbitration regimes worldwide.
The work also discusses the background to the commercial arbitration processes in Australia, and alternative forms of dispute resolution.
New developments include:
This title continues to be the definitive work in its field and is a ’must have’ for anyone involved in commercial dispute resolution in Australia whether as a party to the arbitration, counsel, neutral or student.