• Relationship between Arbitrability and Public Policy in Light of the Decisions of the Court of Cassation
  • February 15, 2017 | Author: Halil Ercüment Erdem
  • Law Firm: Erdem & Erdem Law Office - Istanbul Office
  • The issue of arbitrability defines whether a dispute may be resolved through arbitration by the free will of the parties, instead of through the state courts. The disputes that are held to be arbitrable are set forth under the Code of Civil Procedure numbered 6100 (“CCP”), with regard to domestic arbitration, and in the International Arbitration Act numbered 4686 (“IAA”), with regard to disputes having a foreign element. In this newsletter article, we analyze the relationship between arbitrability and public policy in light of the decisions of the Court of Cassation.