14.01 This book is concerned with issues of private international law as they arise and are dealt with before the English courts. It follows that its treatment of arbitration is in some respects incomplete.1 It does not consider in any detail how arbitral tribunals go about their business; how they decide which law, if any, to apply to the issues which come before them; or what procedural powers they are given, whether by the parties or by the law of the seat of the arbitration. Arbitral tribunals are not courts; confusion results from treating them as though it...
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