Canada's Indoor Arbitration Management: Making Good on Promises to the Outside World

Is Our House in Order? Canada's Implementation of International Law, p. 217, University of Toronto Press, May 2009

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Anthony R. Daimsis

University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law

Date Written: May 7, 2008

Abstract

An overview of international arbitration laws in Canada with a focus on the problematic nature of a federal system that grants provinces the power to legislate in an area concerning international commercial law. The paper questions the effect of provinces who tinker with the writing requirement of arbitration agreements as set down in the New York Convention. It also suggests how to remedy the problem.

Keywords: International, commercial, arbitration, New York, convention, model law

Suggested Citation

Daimsis, Anthony R., Canada's Indoor Arbitration Management: Making Good on Promises to the Outside World (May 7, 2008). Is Our House in Order? Canada's Implementation of International Law, p. 217, University of Toronto Press, May 2009. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2143310

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