This study discussed the issue of the legality of resorting to arbitration in administrative contract disputes. Jurisprudence and judiciary rulings being two sources of interpretation of the law, and a statement of the solutions and proposals that jurisprudence came up with, relying on judiciary rulings as the main document in clarifying the realistic application of the issue. The study relied on the inductive method and the analytical method. The study concluded the following results: The Jordanian legislator did not clearly and explicitly stipulate, just as the Omani legislator did, explicitly stipulate the permissibility, but there is evidence confirming the permissibility of arbitration in administrative contracts with the Jordanian legislator in other laws, such as the Jordanian Judicial Independence Law No. (29) of 2014 According to Article (17) and paragraph (b), as well as the new Jordanian Investment Law No. (30) of 2014 according to Article (43), which explicitly stated that it is permissible to resort to arbitration in investment contracts, which are a type of administrative contract. The jurists differed about the legality of arbitration in administrative contracts, some of them supported arbitration in administrative contracts and some of them opposed. The researcher believes that not saying that it is permissible to resort to arbitration in administrative contracts; It does not keep pace with what is required by reality and the development of the economy of countries, so the legislator may set red lines that the arbitral award cannot cross, otherwise the ruling will be considered null and unrecognized, such as not addressing what affects public order and other controls, as some of the legislations under study did.
|Erken Görünüm Tarihi||6 Eylül 2023|
|Yayımlanma Tarihi||6 Eylül 2023|
|Gönderilme Tarihi||13 Haziran 2023|
|Yayımlandığı Sayı||Yıl 2023Cilt: 9 Sayı: 26 - August 2023|