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CHAPTER 14 Remedies for delay

London Maritime Arbitration


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CHAPTER 14

Remedies for delay

A. Introduction

14.1 Delay is generally perceived to be a menace in arbitration. It is contrary to the intended purpose of arbitration, namely speedy and efficient dispute resolution. Delay makes the arbitral process more expensive and can compromise documentary and witness evidence.

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