Published 21st June 2010, 2:13pm
On 11th May 2009, the Law Reform Commission made available for public consultation a discussion paper entitled "Review of the Arbitration Laws in the Cayman Islands". The comments received from the consultation process assisted the Commission in the formulation of a draft Arbitration Bill. The Bill seeks to modernise the conduct of domestic and international arbitration in the Cayman Islands by streamlining the current legislative regime and introducing provisions which are consistent with existing legislative models in other jurisdictions.
Comments are invited from the public on any aspect of the draft Arbitration Bill, 2010. The Bill may be viewed on the following website:www.gov.ky
Submissions should be posted no later than 23rd July, 2010 to the Director, Law Reform Commission, c/o Government Administration Building or delivered by hand to the offices of the Commission on 3rd Floor Anderson Square or emailed to Cheryl Neblett.