Under the Model Law, the parties are free to choose the law applicable to their dispute. The Courts have recognised three distinct aspects to which the law applies - the law of the contract (applicable to the substance of the dispute), the procedural law of the seat (the curial law) and the law applicable to the arbitration agreement (governing validity). Not all are the same.
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Article published in today's LawPoints on the High Court decision in Fletcher Construction v Spotless
The Minister of Justice, Hon Andrew Little, today announced a new package of protections for commercial tenants caught by the CoVid-19 lockdown.