The article examines the Great Britain legislation and practice in compétence-compétence and provides an overview of British approach to arbitral jurisdiction. It states that there are two effects of the principle of compétence-compétence, the positive effect permit arbitral tribunals to make a ruling on their own jurisdiction to hear the dispute and negative effect restricts court to provide the tribunal an opportunity to determine its own jurisdiction.
The English Approach to Compétence-Compétence,
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