volume 8, issue 5, P931-942 2002
DOI: 10.1017/s1357321700004025
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Anthony Butcher

Abstract: ABSTRACTThe lecture considers the subject of arbitration as a means of determining otherwise irreconcilable disputes. Although arbitration may be required over a wide range of subjects, the lecturer's considerable experience has been in the area of construction. He outlines how arbitration was carried out in the 1950s and the relationship between arbitrators and arbitrations and the courts. Since that time there have been radical changes to improve the system, and these are described, particularly the various …

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