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Handelsrechtliche Schiedsgerichts-Praxis

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        StatementO. Schmidt
        PublishersO. Schmidt
        LC Classifications1975
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 69 p. :
        Number of Pages43
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        ISBN 103504409479

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9 Such as for example the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce ICC. Moreover, information that such parties may voluntarily communicate, is not admissible in such proceedings. 120 As per Lord Mustill, in Charter Reinsurance Co Ltd v Fagan [1997] AC 313, 315 HL ; Thoma 2008, pp. 4 14 2 The History, Importance and Modern Use of Arbitration following year and, with minor revisions, became law in 1925. 2 The Importance and Modern Use of Arbitration.

At the same time, the Convention authorities have always held that a waiver of the right of access to a court, as reflected in an arbitration agreement, should not be considered as amounting to a waiver of all rights under article 6 of the ECHR, but that it should only imply a partial waiver of the guarantees set forth in Article 6 of the ECHR. In the modern era, the French law of arbitration is characterised by the existence of both a domestic and an international procedural system, with domestic arbitrations being regulated by Titles I—IV of Part IV articles 1442—1491 of the Civil Code and with international arbitrations being regulated by Titles V—VI of Part IV articles 1492—1507 of the Civil Code.

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To a large extent, the same has occurred in the USA, i.