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Arbitration Law Handbook

Australia OVERVIEW The legislative framework for international arbitrations in Australia is set out in the International Arbitration Act 1974. Section 16 of the Act provides that the UNCITRAL Model Law has force of law in Australia. Domestic arbitrations are governed by state-level Commercial Arbitration Acts.

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