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L’évolution du droit positif libanais sur la question de l’arbitrage en matière administrative

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Le droit libanais figure au rang des législations nationales qui évoluent aujourd’hui vers une plus grande ouverture à l’arbitrage. En effet, l’analyse de la question de l’arbitrabilité au regard du droit positif libanais – qui renferme d’ailleurs la vision de l’arbitrage en tant qu’institution – en offre une parfaite illustration. Elle permet de présenter un cadre général complet et concret de l’état de l’évolution du droit de l’arbitrage au Liban, au niveau tant interne qu’international.

Affiliations: 1: Avocat au barreau de Beyrouth, Liban ; Conférencière à la faculté de droit de l’Université Saint-Joseph de Dubaï


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