This research is concerned with the issue of writing the arbitration agreement which is a formal condition required by the comparative legislation to conclude the arbitration agreement. Its purpose is to identify all the legal aspects of this condition and demonstrate its concept, nature and aspects. Then a question about the extent of the need for the traditional writing condition for the electronic arbitration agreement to be legal and correct is raised out with respect to showing the concept of this kind of arbitration. Namely, how the writing condition is satisfied within it and what the required conditions for the electronic signature are so that the electronic arbitration agreement is effective and valid. This is done through a comparative study between the laws of each of Jordan, Egypt and England and the relevant international agreements and laws that treat this issue. This research has been divided into an introduction and two parts. In the first part, we tackled the writing condition, its writing aspects and nature; and in the second part we looked into the condition of writing the electronic arbitration agreement. Finally, the conclusions and the recommendations have been presented.
AL-ARNAOUT, Ibrahim Sabri
"Writing Condition and Electronic Arbitration A Comparative Study,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2012:
49, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2012/iss49/3