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by Jacomijn J. Van Hof

eBook Commentary on the Uncitral Arbitration Rules, the Applications By download ISBN: 9065445900
Author: Jacomijn J. Van Hof
Publisher: Kluwer Law International; 1 edition (October 16, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 382
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Claims Tribunal Jacomijn J. van Hof Chapter 4. THE AWARD . ARTICLE 33: APPLICABLE LAW .

Claims Tribunal Jacomijn J. 4 Tribunal's practice . 1 Choice of law rules c. National law is overruled by the Tribunal. c. The rationale for creating this special category is the distinction between awards where the Tribunal applies, international law without any reference to national law and awards where the possibility of applying national law has been referred to but is expressly rejected.

1 Stewart Baker & Mark Davis, The Uncitral Arbitration Rules in Practice: The Experience of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal (1992). Recommend this journal.

Lecturer in International Arbitration at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Claims Tribunal (Kluwer, 1992). Lecturer arbitration Law Firm School and In House Counsel Association. Lecturer Netherlands Arbitration Institute. Appointed by the European Commission as expert advising on arbitration in the context of the Brussels Regulation. Listed in GAR 100 and Who’s Who Legal, Commercial Arbitration.

The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules provide a comprehensive set of procedural rules upon which parties may agree for the conduct of arbitral proceedings arising out of their commercial relationship and are widely used in ad ho. .

The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules provide a comprehensive set of procedural rules upon which parties may agree for the conduct of arbitral proceedings arising out of their commercial relationship and are widely used in ad hoc arbitrations as well as administered arbitrations. The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules provide a comprehensive set of procedural rules upon which parties may agree for the conduct of arbitral proceedings arising out of their commercial relationship and are widely used in ad hoc arbitrations as well as administered arbitrations.

Jacomijn J. van Haersolte-van Ho. van Haersolte-van Hof. Article. First Online: 22 February 2015. 25. See, for example, Section 1027 Netherlands Code of Civil Procedure (referring to the President of the District Court).

The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules are frequently used as a basis for ad hoc and institutional arbitration .

The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules are frequently used as a basis for ad hoc and institutional arbitration, notably by the Iran-US Claims Tribunal and by NAFTA Tribunals.

En de onderliggende vraag: ambtshalve toepassing van bepalingen van het EEX? Jacomijn J. van Hof.

John R. Crook, Jacomijn J. 1994. En de onderliggende vraag: ambtshalve toepassing van bepalingen van het EEX? Jacomijn J. 2002. 1. 2. The Allen Institute for Artificial IntelligenceProudly built by AI2 with the help of our.

UNICITRAL Arbitration Rules - Arbitration Rules of The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, as adopted by the General Assembly on 15 December 1976.

Claims Tribunal, The Hague 1991. UNICITRAL Arbitration Rules - Arbitration Rules of The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, as adopted by the General Assembly on 15 December 1976. UNCITRAL Model Law - UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration, as adopted by the United Antions Commission on International Trade Law on 21 June 1985; UN Doc. No. A/40/17 (Annex I).

Claims tribunal 279 (1991). The First Partial Award is in no way ambiguous. Its August 28 letter provides no basis for revisiting the timing on applications for documentary disclosure contemplated by the award. Nor is there any basis for Methanex’s request that the Tribunal amend its ruling that Methanex submit a fresh pleading and all evidentiary materials by November 5, 2002, so that Methanex has ninety days or something more from the date the Tribunal rules on Methanex’s interpretation request.

D Adoption of the UNCITRAL Rules in other Public and Private Institutions. E Investor–State Arbitration and the UNCITRAL Rules

Encyclopedia entries. Preliminary Material. D Adoption of the UNCITRAL Rules in other Public and Private Institutions. E Investor–State Arbitration and the UNCITRAL Rules. F The 2010 UNCITRAL Rules. G The Work of UNCITRAL on Rules for Transparency in Investor–State Arbitration. A Navigating the Text. B The Interplay between the 1976 Rules and 2010 Rules in Application and Interpretation.

This book provides a commentary on the UNCITRAL arbitration rules as applied by the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal. These UNCITRAL Rules are unique in origin as a result of contributions from representatives from various legal backgrounds, including those from developing countries.

This book is a guide to the Tribunal's practice regarding the UNCITRAL Rules. It takes the form of an article-by-article commentary, describing the `travaux preparatoires' some other Rules (ISS and LCIA) and the relevant Tribunal practice. The Tribunal's practice shows the flexibility, workability and completeness of the Rules.