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Disciplinary and arbitration procedures of the sport movement

Disciplinary and arbitration procedures of the sport movement (2017)

Pierre Cornu, Sabrina Cuendet and Laurent Vidal

REF. 067217GBR
Type of document : Handbook
Format : PDF
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Language : English
Number of pages : 124

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Disciplinary and arbitration procedures of the sport movement

Disciplinary and arbitration procedures of the sport movement

Since the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) was set up in 2007, its major priority has been to address the current challenges facing sport in Europe. To this end, it has developed a pan-European programme involving a variety of stakeholders from public authorities and the world of sport.

This collection of good practice handbooks is an illustration of current policies and practices throughout Europe. Its aim is to disseminate and share positive experiences highlighting the potential of sport for promoting the Council of Europe’s fundamental values of human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

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Since the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) was set up in 2007, its major priority has been to address the current challenges facing sport in Europe. To this end, it has developed a pan-European programme involving a variety of stakeholders from public authorities and the world of sport.

This collection of good practice handbooks is an illustration of current policies and practices throughout Europe. Its aim is to disseminate and share positive experiences highlighting the potential of sport for promoting the Council of Europe’s fundamental values of human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
1. PRINCIPLE OF AUTONOMY OF THE SPORT MOVEMENT
1.1. General description of the principle of autonomy of the sport movement
1.2. Necessary self-regulation of the sport movement
1.3. Harmonisation of the rules of sport at international level
1.4. Limitations of the sport movement’s self-regulation: compliance with state law
2. DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES OF SPORTS FEDERATIONS
2.1. Disciplinary regulations
2.2. Disciplinary offences and sanctions
2.3. Disciplinary bodies
2.4. Disciplinary proceedings
3. ARBITRATION
3.1. Arbitration: an alternative method of dispute settlement
3.2. Arbitration in sport
3.3. Court of arbitration for sport
4. THE ROLE OF THE STATE JUSTICE SYSTEM IN SPORTS-RELATED MATTERS
4.1. Exclusive jurisdiction of sports organisations
4.2. Exclusive jurisdiction of state courts
4.3. State courts as courts of appeal against decisions of sports organisations
4.4. State courts as courts of appeal against arbitral awards
4.5. Provisional measures
4.6. Comments
CONCLUDING REMARKS
REFERENCES
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
ABOUT THE AUTHORS

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