Arbitration in South Africa: Thomson Reuters’ 2019 Practical Law UK Practice notes

Webber Wentzel has contributed to the Arbitration in South Africa chapter of Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law UK Practice notes. The note considers the legal framework for international arbitration in South Africa, as set out by the International Arbitration Act 2017 and in South African case law. It describes the most significant features of the international arbitral process in South Africa, including the law regarding arbitration agreements, the duties and powers of the tribunal, the arbitration proceedings, the role of state courts, and challenge to, and enforcement of, awards.

Authors for this chapter include Sarah McKenzie, Erin Warmington and Kirsten Wolmarans.

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