|Title:||Vol. 5 No.1: NOTES ON ARBITRABILITY UNDER ETHIOPIAN LAW|
|Keywords:||NOTES ON ARBITRABILITY, ETHIOPIAN LAW|
|Publisher:||St. Mary's University|
|Abstract:||Regular courts have a significant role in resolving disputes that arise between various members of the society. However, experience tells us that the task of settling disputes cannot be properly administered by the regular courts alone. Arbitration is one of the institutions designed to serve as an alternative dispute settlement mechanism, and it plays a vital role in dispute resolution. In spite of its importance, not all matters can be referred to this institution. Certain matters, for different reasons, cannot be resolved by arbitration or in short, they are non-arbitrable. The main purpose of this note is, therefore, to highlight the conceptual underpinnings of arbitrability in general and its treatment under Ethiopian laws in particular.|
|Appears in Collections:||Mizan Law Review|
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