Effectiveness and Remedies of the Arbitral Awards in OHADA (1)’s System and in People’s Republic of China.

Mamoudou Samassekou, Song Lianbin

Abstract


Today the arbitral justice has experienced an exceptional development. It is a universal phenomenon which requires the involvement of all economic and legal players of developed and developing countries.

OHADA is a common business law and wish to secure legal security for regional and foreign economic agents by offering a vast economic space. The People’s Republic of China (PRC) is an emerging country which increases its economic outlets in a context of globalization. This natural interdependence will increase the scope of economic exchanges, which may generate some disputes in businesses.

 This article aims to compare two legal systems in the international commercial arbitration field: the legal system of OHADA and the PRC’s legal system; especially in the effectiveness and the remedies of the arbitrators’ decisions.


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