Enforcement of arbitral awards in the UAE
Arbitration in the UAE has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, with both domestic and international users increasingly drawn to many of its advantages over conventional court litigation.
A crucial factor in any jurisdiction’s development as a credible centre for arbitration is the existence of a functioning and efficient enforcement regime for both domestic and foreign arbitral awards. One important reason for the growing popularity of arbitration in the UAE is that the historical and well-publicised problems with enforcement have, in light of some recent developments, progressively begun to recede…
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