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Evidence in Arbitration

The Law and Practice on Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration Proceedings: An Eclectic Approach of Common Law and Civil Law Systems
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ISBN-13:
9783639187649
Einband:
Paperback
Seiten:
56
Autor:
Magnum Y. W. NG
Gewicht:
100 g
Format:
220x150x3 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

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By taking a comparative approach to examine the difference between common law and civil law systems, this paper will have a comprehensive analysis of the law and practice on taking of evidence in international arbitration. The areas of discussion on the law of evidence in international arbitration will focus on admissibility, burden and standard of proof, weight of evidence and hearsay evidence. As to the practice in international arbitration, the analysis will move forward to various methods for submission of evidence, namely production of documents, testimony of factual witness, expert opinions, and inspection of the subject matter. In the final stage, it is to consider whether the rule of evidence in arbitration should be standardized? What factors should be considered if standardization is required? Why the rule of evidence should not be disregarded?