ARBITRATOR LIABILITY IN IRAQI LEGISLATION AND JUDICIARY: (COMPARATIVE ANALYTICAL STUDY)

Authors

  • Riyadh Hussein Ali College of Law, University of Kufa, Republic of Iraq, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research

Abstract

Arbitration has become, in our present time, a very important message to settle disputes, especially commercial ones, which require a quick settlement away from ordinary method.  With the increasing interest in the role of arbitration, the interest in the role of the arbitrator increased too,  so, there is an urgent need to determine the legal position of the arbitrator, which is governed by two different systems: the judicial and the contractual, and this( duplicity) leads to  the difference of legal jurisprudence in determining the nature of the arbitrator’s task and the extent of the reflection of what was presented in the defining the rights and obligations of the arbitrator and thus the rise of his liability in the event of causing harm to others. The study Scope: is trying to exhibit the establishment of the arbitrator liability in the terms of the positive laws and judgments. Due to the research subject ambiguity and the lack of specialized studies, the research will consider the arbitration legal regulations of the laws organized it, such as the Law of the Iraqi Civil Procedures, the Egyptian Arbitration Act, the Law of the French Procedures and Public Principles in Civil Laws.

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Published

2020-11-13

How to Cite

Hussein Ali, R. . (2020). ARBITRATOR LIABILITY IN IRAQI LEGISLATION AND JUDICIARY: (COMPARATIVE ANALYTICAL STUDY). PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(3), 1166-1179. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/240