Arbitration as an Alternative Means for Ordinary Courts in Settling Disputes
Arbitration now occupies a wide range of attention in the present day in terms of performance and development; as it is considered an alternative means for the judiciary in the settlement of disputes; especially with regard to the commercial and international disputes, which made Saudi Arabia give it this attention lately in line with the new economic measures pursued by the Kingdom; as it issued the new Arbitration System issued by Royal Decree No. (M/34) on 24/5/1433 AH; and that is for the purposes of finding alternative solutions to reduce the burden on the ordinary courts. Therefore, I will give a brief overview for the comparisons between the arbitration and ordinary courts.
Rulings of the Foreign Arbitrators and their provision with the Force of Res Judicata
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