Arbitration in Sultanate of Oman

amel abdallah

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Arbitration in the MENA is a unique compilation of contributions from authoritative academics and scholar-practitioners on the practice and procedure of arbitration in the Middle East and North Africa. The publication aims to guide the reader through the arbitration process in jurisdictions that are mostly unfamiliar to an international arbitration community and provide insights into the common practice of arbitration in those jurisdictions. The various country chapters are self-contained and can be consulted individually on questions of interest to the reader. This first edition contains contributions on Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.
This chapter discusses (1) preliminary matters in arbitration in Oman (II) the legal framework of arbitration in Oman, and (III) the main features of Omani arbitration law with reference to the recent jurisprudence of Omani Courts. The conclusion (IV) presents suggestions for improvements to the Omani Arbitration Law.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationArbitration in the MENA
Subtitle of host publicationOman
Publication statusPublished - Apr 15 2016


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