Basic Documents of International Sports Organisations

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Robert C. R. Siekmann, Janwillem Soek
Kluwer Law International, 1998 - Law - 626 pages
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This volume deals with the non-governmental part of international sports law. Included are basic documents of an institutional nature, i.e. the Statutes/Constitutions, etc., of universal sports organisations. Two main categories of universal sports organisations are represented in this work: the international umbrella' organisations, not limited to any single sport, and the so-called international sports federations which are organised for each branch of sport, insofar as they concern Olympic sports. The collection of documents was realised within the framework of the T.M.C. Asser Instituut's research project on international sports law and with the cooperation of the International Olympic Committee. It provides an invaluable source of reference for both legal practitioners, including courts dealing with sports-related cases, and the academic world. With the increase in public interest in the legal aspects of sports, this collection will prove a timely and welcome addition to the scarce collections of materials already available.

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Contents

Olympic Charter Rules and ByeLaws
5
Code of Sportsrelated Arbitration
39
Statutes
53
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Janwillem Soek is a member of the Netherlands Association for Sports Law and the International Association for Sports Law.

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