Volume 3 (2001)

Volume 3 (2001) / Issue 1

Ernest Tai Ming Yang, 'How to challenge an arbitrator's jurisdiction under the English Arbitration Act 1996 (Part 1)' (2001) 3 Asian Dispute Review, Issue 1, pp. 10–12


Arbitration is a form of dispute resolution that takes place by consent. Unlike the courts, parties in a dispute cannot be compelled to arbitrate disputes unless they agree to it. The agreement may either be prior to the dispute taking the form of an arbitration clause in the contract, or after the dispute has arisen by way of an 'on the spot' agreement to arbitrate.

Copyright © 2001 Kluwer Law International
All rights reserved

ISSN: 1469-6487
ID: ADR2001005