The Impact of Fraud in International Arbitration – A Question of Admissibiility, Jurisdiction or Merits
International Arbitration is becoming more and more preferable in dispute resolution mechanisms every day and inevitably, this popularity brings new questions to the doctrine for law societies to debate on. This thesis will focus on one of these contemporary questions, the impact of fraud. More specifically, it will take fraud and divide into three different concepts – admissibility, jurisdiction and merits – to see how each of these concepts are dealing with fraud on their own while constituting one procedure altogether.
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