Jennifer Kirby, 'Finality and Arbitral Rules: Saying an Award Is Final Does Not Necessarily Make It So' (2012) 29 Journal of International Arbitration, Issue 1, pp. 119–128
Most arbitral rules provide for the finality of arbitral awards. Whether these provisions actually deliver what they promise is another matter. The degree to which arbitration is final often depends more on the law at the place of arbitration and in other countries where parties seek recognition and enforcement of the award.
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