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Title: Resolution of Multiparty Construction Disputes Under the Singapore International Arbitration Legal Framework
Keywords: Arbitration, International, Construction, Contract, multiparty, Singapore
Issue Date: 4-Dec-2012
Citation: DELARAM MEHDIZADEH JAFARI (2012-12-04). Resolution of Multiparty Construction Disputes Under the Singapore International Arbitration Legal Framework. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Related disputes are likely to arise out of construction main-contracts and sub-contracts. In the absence of a multiparty arbitration agreement among the main-contractor, the sub-contractor and the employer, the parties may not be easily roped into a single multiparty arbitration proceeding. Multiple proceedings may lead to conflicting, prolonged or unfair outcomes. In this thesis, the mechanisms to avoid the problems of multiple proceedings, and the possibilities for the conduct of multiparty arbitration were examined within the scope of Singapore?s international arbitration law. For a better assessment of the Singaporean position, the approaches in the jurisdictions of England, Australia, Hong Kong and the Netherland were also examined. In the end, the thesis came up with suggestions for the legislature, the institutional arbitration organizations and the contracting parties, to overcome the limitation of International arbitration in dealing with related construction disputes in Singapore.
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