Importance of Qualitative Addition to the New Arbitration Rules in Settling International Disputes - Experience of the Kingdom of Bahrain International

  •  Azab Alaziz Alhashemi    


A complete set of procedural rules have been added in the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Arbitration Rules and the parties agree on the application of arbitration procedures developed from this commercial relationship. These laws are widely used in arbitrations conducted by the institutions along with the ad hoc arbitrations. All the aspects of arbitration processes are covered by these rules such as setting out rules of procedure for appointing arbitrators, conducting arbitration proceedings, and modelling arbitration clause. The arbitration process also comprises of rules associated with form, impact, and interpretation of arbitral award. This study aims to investigate the experience of the Kingdom of Bahrain related to the addition of new arbitration rules. A detailed analysis of the newly developed changes has been conducted to provide important propositions. Findings of the study indicate that despite the effectiveness of newly developed changes, a few further amendments are required to increase the flow of international investments in Bahrain by providing the investors with the security they need.

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