Ross, Mike
October 2000
Chartered Accountants Journal;Oct2000, Vol. 79 Issue 9, p79
Presents an overview of court cases related to arbitration, franchise termination and double jeopardy in New Zealand. Background on the cases; Grounds for overturning an arbitrator's decision; Ruling that franchise holders are not subject to implied duties of confidentiality.


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