Green & Hunt on Arbitration Law and Practice - Westlaw NZ

Green & Hunt on Arbitration Law and Practice - Westlaw NZ

Phillip Green, Barbara Hunt, Tomas Kennedy-Grant


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Green & Hunt on Arbitration Law and Practice is a comprehensive treatment of arbitration in New Zealand: the legal framework and the practical considerations of conducting arbitrations.

First published in 1993, this service has become established as the leading authority on arbitration. All relevant New Zealand legislation on the arbitration process is presented with full commentary, and the product also provides a discursive overview of arbitration and the entire arbitration process.

New Zealand arbitration is regulated by the Arbitration Act 1996, and Green & Hunt provides section-by-section commentary on this legislation. There is also detailed information on international arbitration - including international conventions and rules - and specialist New Zealand industry arbitration processes.

Green & Hunt on Arbitration Law and Practice is an essential resource for anyone who is a professional arbitrator or for lawyers and others involved in alternative dispute resolution. Any legal practice with business clients will also find the service of excellent value as a practical guide to an increasingly important way of resolving commercial disputes.

Table of Contents

Glossary and Discursive Commentary

  • Glossary
  • Arbitration - History and Distinguishing Features
  • Prerequisites for Arbitration
  • Commencement of Arbitration
  • The Arbitrator - Characteristics, Role, and Obligations Duties
  • Procedure
  • Evidence
  • The Hearing
  • The Decision-making Process
  • The Award
  • Writing the Award
  • Remedies, Interest, and Costs
  • Termination of the Arbitral Proceeding
  • Post-Award - Finality and Enforcement of Award
  • Challenging the Award

Arbitration Act 1996

  • Consolidated legislation with section-by-section commentary

Retained Historical Commentary on the Arbitration 1908

  • Arbitration Act 1908
  • Arbitration Amendment Act 1938

International Arbitrations

  • International Arbitrations - An Overview
  • International Conventions and Rules applicable to New Zealand

Specialist Arbitrations

  • Construction Arbitrations
  • Real Estate
  • Rural Arbitrations
  • Maritime
  • Expert Determination and Other Forms of Dispute Resolution by Experts

Forms and Precedents

Related Materials

  • AMINZ Court of Arbitration and Appeal Tribunal
  • Guidelines and Panel Lists
  • Law Commission: Report No 20 - Arbitration and Report No 83 - Improving the Arbitration Act 1996
  • Comparative Tables

Related Legislation

  • Table of Provisions for Statutory Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in New Zealand Legislation

Table of Statutes and Regulations

Table of Cases

Subject Index


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