Algeria's Law on International Arbitration

On 25 April 1993, Algeria adopted Legislative Decree No. 93-09, which has been incorporated into the country’s Code of Civil Procedure (CCP). This decree, which revised Algeria’s regime for international arbitration, is a modern piece of legislation incorporating recent principles of law in the field of arbitration.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How does the Code of Civil Procedure define international arbitration?
Is it possible to set aside any type of arbitration award under this law?
Under what circumstances such international arbitration awards may be set aside?
What is the effect of an application to set aside an award?


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