How to obtain a copy of the Arbitration Act 1996 by downloading.
- There follows a series of steps that may be followed in order to
download a copy of the Arbitration Act 1996 from the official government
site. These instructions supersede those given in "European Arbitration"
issue 14 dated 28th March 1997. "European Arbitration" is an ezine and
will email particulars of the ezine on request.
- Create a directory into which you wish to download a copy of the
Arbitration Act 1997.
- Point your browser at
- This takes you to a copyright notice permitting downloading for private
use and when you scroll down the page it shows the title and contents pages
of the Act.
- Click on "File" then "Save as" on your browser and you will be given the
opportunity to browse in order to locate the directory you have created to
contain your copy of the Arbitration Act 1996. Click on OK and your browser
will create a file copy of what you have seen on your screen.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the copyright notice/contents page and you
will see a "continue" button. Click on it and your browser will take you to
the first of a series of files that contain the text of the Arbitration Act
- Repeat the steps:
- "File" then "Save as"
- Scroll down to the continue button and click on it.
- over and over again until you come to a file with no continue
button. At this point you have saved the whole of the Arbitration Act
1996 in the directory that you created for that purpose.
- At this point you may disconnect from your Information Service Provider.
If necessary you can always reconnect to pick up a file that was missed in
the save as process.
- The list of files in the directory created to hold the Arbitration Act
1996 should be as follows:
||Copyright and Contents
- Point your browser at each of the files above in your Arbitration Act
1996 directory and click on print. It is necessary to use your browser to
print these files from your own computer's directory (enter a full path
starting C:\) as they are html encoded and the html will be interpreted to
give a properly laid out printed copy of the Arbitration Act 1996.
Be warned that the whole of the Arbitration Act 1996 has not been brought
into force. See the
Note for the important details.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you find any errors in or difficulties
with the downloading procedure.