Interim Measures in Commercial Arbitration Under the Laws of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian Lex Arbitri)

Alexander J. Belohavlek & Nedezda Rozehnalova (eds.), VIII Czech (and Central European) Yearbook of Arbitration (CYArb): Arbitral Awards and Remedies, 435 – 452 (2018)

16 Pages Posted: 11 Dec 2020

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Nevena Jevremovic

University of Aberdeen - School of Law

Date Written: 2018

Abstract

While the arbitration practice in Bosnia and Herzegovina may be modest, in the context of prospective future developments and the greater reliance on the system by investors, the issue of interim measures holds a particularly important place. It is, therefore, necessary to analyze the country's arbitration framework and identify the appropriate interpretation. The following discussion will, hopefully, assist parties and legal practitioners from Bosnia and abroad in their design of arbitration proceedings seated in Bosnia. The paper starts with a succinct overview of the current arbitration framework in B&H and then moves to analyze the power of the tribunal to order interim measures. The paper deals with the limits of such power and the ways in which the national courts should assist tribunals in ordering and enforcing interim measures.

Keywords: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Code of Civil Procedure, Arbitration, Interim Measures

Suggested Citation

Jevremovic, Nevena, Interim Measures in Commercial Arbitration Under the Laws of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian Lex Arbitri) (2018). Alexander J. Belohavlek & Nedezda Rozehnalova (eds.), VIII Czech (and Central European) Yearbook of Arbitration (CYArb): Arbitral Awards and Remedies, 435 – 452 (2018), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3699443

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