Increased international investment in African countries over recent decades has called for a harmonized legal environment across borders creating, inter alia, a modern arbitration system.The 1993 Treaty establishing the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa (OHADA) took a giant step toward meeting this need and improved and consolidated its achievements with major arbitration-related revisions enacted in 2017 that came into force in 2018. This book, the first methodical analysis in English, describes in great detail the two distinct arbitration regimes-ad hoc and institutional-that characterize the system, equipping practitioners with everything they need to know to conduct arbitral proceedings efficiently in any of the OHADA's seventeen Member States.
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