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A Practical Guide to International Arbitration in London

7 FIRST STEPS IN THE PROCESS Having considered the preliminary matters referred to in earlier chapters of this book, the process has to be initiated by the claimant, the respondent given an opportunity to respond and the tribunal appointed. This chapter, therefore, considers the early stages of the process and how to get the arbitration up and running. It discusses the following issues:

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