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Under the Influence?
The Use of ICC - Arbitral Decisions in Canadian Law
Prix Thémis du meilleur mémoire 2013 - Vol. 2


Auteur(s) :
Saleha, Hedaraly
Éditeur :
Éditions Thémis
Année :
2015
Nombre de pages :
214
Type de reliure :
Souple
ISBN :
978-289400-353-4
Prix :
37,00 $
Format :
Papier

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Présentation

Can domestic judges rely on international arbitral awards to justify their decisions? How can these non-state norms influence statutory ones? Are they more permeable to common law or civil law? This book addresses these questions through a thorough methodological approach, comparing similar legal concepts across international legislation, international tribunal awards, and legislation and caselaw from both civil law and common law traditions.

More specifically, this comparative analysis will investigate the potential influence of arbitral decisions of the International Chamber of Commerce on Canadian substantive law and their relative importance in civil law and common law. In an era of increasing transnational transactions, this study of interlegality between international and domestic rules in commercial law demonstrates that despite slight conceptual differences, they generally reach the same results in practice.

Également d'intérêt - Prix Thémis de la meilleure thèse



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