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Dundas and Bartos on the Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010

Dundas and Bartos on the Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010
2nd Edition
Series:  Greens Annotated Acts
Practice Area:  Arbitration
ISBN:  9780414019270
Published by:  W. Green
Annotated by:David Bartos; Hew Dundas
Publication Date:  21 Aug 2014
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Now, at a vantage point to look back at how the legislation has performed and how it has affected the use and conduct of arbitration under Scots Law, the authors provide detailed commentary on and interpretation of each provision of the Act in the context of case law before and after 2010, the Arbitration Act 1996, and international jurisprudence.

While considerably in-depth this title is designed to be used as a practical tool and easily referenced source of answers for arbitrators, arbitration lawyers and others.

  • Provides key guidance from two expert authors involved in the drafting of the Act
  • Offers a detailed commentary and interpretation of each provision of the Act
  • Contains a wealth of detail - the authors having considered over 700 cases since 2010
  • Explains modern Scottish arbitration law in the context of the historical background of the legislation
  • Covers comparative English and other arbitration laws and CJEC and ECtHR judgements 
  • References UNCITRAL Model Law  and the UNCITRAL, ICC and LCIA Rules


Hew Dundas, FCIArb, C.Arb, DipICArb is a Chartered Arbitrator and a CEDR-Accredited Mediator.
David Bartos LL.B (Hons), FCIArb, is an Advocate


In many ways, this is a substantial treatise on the law and practice of arbitration masquerading as a mere annotated statute, and a second edition as the Scottish position develops will be a valuable contribution. 
Scots Law Times (of the first edition) 
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