Recourse of an Arbitral Award in Bangladesh: Dissection Under The UNCITRAL, Foreign Laws and Precedents

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Journal Title: Asian Law & Public Policy Review
Author(s): Kalyan Chakroborty
Published On: 29/11/2022
Volume: 7
First Page: 139
Last Page: 148
ISSN: 2581-6551
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

DOI: doi.org/10.55662/ALPPR.2022.704

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Kalyan Chakroborty, Recourse of an Arbitral Award in Bangladesh: Dissection Under The UNCITRAL, Foreign Laws and Precedents, Volume 7, Asian Law & Public Policy Review, 139-148, Published on 29/11/2022, doi.org/10.55662/ALPPR.2022.704 Available at https://alppr.thelawbrigade.com/article/recourse-of-an-arbitral-award-in-bangladesh-dissection-under-the-uncitral-foreign-laws-and-precedents/

Abstract

It is irrefutable that the arbitration process is controlled by arbitration seat law. Therefore, in the case of international commercial arbitration having the arbitration place in Bangladesh, and in the case of domestic arbitration that means where both parties are Bangladeshi, sections 42 and 43 of the Chapter VIII Arbitration Act 2001 lays down the rules in which applications can be lodged to set aside arbitral awards. Moreover, if the award contains some mistakes, the tribunal can correct an award by removing any clerical mistakes or errors under section 40 of the Arbitration Act 2001. This study was an attempt in the light of court rulings, article 33 and 34 of the UNCITRAL Model Law, 1985 and article 36 of the  New York Convention, 1958 to critically examine section 40, 42 and 43 of the Arbitration Act 2001 of Bangladesh.

Keywords: Arbitral Award, Arbitration Act, English Law of Arbitration, UNCITRAL, New York Convention, International Commercial Arbitration, Bangladesh, Correction

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