(a) “agreement”: the agreement in the timetable of this law; Can I first comment on this, since I touched on the subject earlier? There is a specific point to this particular reform, but there is also the background music around Scottish law. Legal systems compete. The position has continued to move – I think your previous panel raised the issue – so that Scottish law must earn the right to be relevant to a particular agreement or situation. This applies in particular to contract law. We can choose English law, delaware, New York law and everything else; There is a great deal of choice, especially in larger commercial relationships. You and your client can send a signed rental agreement by email. You don`t need to print it. Thank you very much. I have other questions, including one on arbitration. Do you have any comments on section 9, which allows contractors to act on third-party rights? U. in the event of disputes or distinctions between the parties regarding the interpretation of a provision in this agreement or whether one of the parties violated or delayed or did not comply with the provisions of this agreement; or if the parties fail within a specified period of time or if, within a reasonable period of time, no time is given to agree on a matter that is considered to be the subject of mutual agreement or negotiation or as to the appropriateness of a disapproval, that dispute or difference is referred to an arbitration board formed and appointed under the following terms. Each party may inform the other party in writing of its wish to refer such a dispute or such difference to an arbitration commission and, in that notice, it will forward its representative to the House.
Within 10 days of receiving this notification, the other party will provide the House with the name of its representative in writing. Both (2) representatives appoint a third arbitrator and he is appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors. The Arbitration Act applies to this compromise clause and, in particular, to the appointment of a second and third members of the Arbitration Committee if the party who is required to appoint a representative of the House does not do so as intended; and if the two representatives of the parties appointed to the Board of Directors do not meet and appoint a third member to the Chair, as intended for that purpose. However, in the specific case of third-party rights, one of the main problems is the lack of flexibility in the revision or modification of a treaty.