Turkish Construction Arbitration: An International Perpective
Turkish construction law has evolved parallel to the developments in the international construction arbitration and overcome certain deficiencies over the years. Recent years have seen the rise of new opportunities, markets, and challenges for construction projects in Turkey. This book is aimed at addressing the significant developments in the practice of dispute resolution on major construction contracts of Turkey.
Specific valuable features of this book contain the following:
-guidance on the drafting of dispute resolution provisions designed to minimize disputes and facilitate their swift resolution;
-recommendations for the application of the 1958 New York Convention;
-drafting arbitration clauses for Turkish-centric agreements;
-characterization of international arbitration by Turkish courts;
-details of the key features of a construction contract, common standard forms and procurement structures.
Any practitioner or academic interested in the field of Turkish construction arbitration and the enforcement of foreign awards will welcome this very useful and informative work.