settlement of commercial disputes through such litigation
may be lengthy, expensive and open to all. To avoid this
disputes are sometimes referred to "ARBITRATION".
Arbitration is a procedure by which instead of referring a
dispute to a Court of Law, the parties concerned agree to go
through a private tribunal. The references are heard by
arbitrator(s) in a judicial manner and ordinarily to an
extent rules of Court procedure and evidence are observed.
SCARF (SAARC Council for Arbitration and Regional
Co-operation Facilities) belongs to SAARC (South Asian
Association for Regional Association) and provides a
platform for their members to share ideas, problems, and
issues in their respective countries.
This book is written on arbitration. Its process,
advantages, privacy, speed, expenses, risks and facilities
are provided by SCARF in SAARC - Pakistan.
The author, Prof. Habib -ur Rahman has mentioned the SCARF
Setup, mechanism, objectives, administration, cost,
conciliation and arbitration procedural law in this book
briefly. He has also written about arbitration in different
major countries like USA, England, China etc.
This book is highly beneficial to lawyers, law students etc
who want to gain knowledge about arbitration in different
countries, especially within SAARC countries.