New York : United Nations International Law Commission, 1955.
viii, 260 pages ; 23 cm
"The draft does not go beyond the procedure of arbitration. As pointed out by the Chairman of the Commission ... it is not a draft of an arbitration convention. The provisions of the draft convention presuppose the existence of an undertaking to have recourse to arbitration. The aim of the draft is not to create new obligations ... but to provide "certain procedural safeguards for securing the effectiveness ... of the undertaking to arbitrate"--Introductory note, p. 7. U.N. sales number: 1955.V.1.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
UNR KZ5105 .55.V.1
Draft Convention on Arbitral Procedure.