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Book Review: Commercial Arbitrations as Governed by the Law of England

By Wesley A. Sturges


This book is designed primarily to inform laymen concerning the English commercial arbitration system. It is a business man\u27s manual on \u22so involved a subject as arbitration.\u22 It has its mission because: \u22the pitfalls which await the ignorant and unwary, be he claimant, respondent, arbitrator or umpire, are many and deep.\u22 In the words of an introduction by Sir W. Peters Rylands, President of the Federation of British Industries, 1919-1920, the author \u22throws a beam of light upon the many and great complexities that surround the subject\u22 of commercial arbitration in England

Topics: Law
Publisher: Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository
Year: 1926
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