The Bastard Provision in Kenya’s Arbitration Act
The title and the content of this paper are intended to provoke. They will, hopefully, generate professional and academic interest in a most quire provision in the Arbitration Act of Kenya of 1995 (1995 Act). Better still, they would be considered in future amendments of that act.
Definitions and synonyms of “bastard” are: illegitimate child, whore-son, mongrel, a vicious thoroughly disliked person, something that is no longer in its pure or original form. The reader is invited to decide, after reading the paper, whether or not the subject provision in the Arbitration Act of Kenya 1995 fits any of these descriptions.
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The presentation is so informative.
Thank you Sir.
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