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SeriesHandbook -- no.5
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Open LibraryOL20391503M

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Arbitration under the UNCITRAL Rules of BETWEEN VALERI BELO KON and THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC Representing Claimant: Clifford Chance Aud!ey Sheppard Christina Schuetz AWARD Tribunal: Kaj Hober Niels Schiersing Jan Paulsson 24 October Claimant Respondent Representing Respondent: Lorenz Law Niyaz A!dashev Stephan Wagner At the Tokyo Session (14 th Session) held in , AALCO endorsed the recommendations of its Trade Law Sub-Committee, that efforts should be made by Member States to develop institutional arbitration in the Asian and African regions. Thereafter, the Secretariat, following the mandate in the Tokyo Session, prepared a revised study on the same topic so as to enable the Trade Law Sub-Committee. ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL AWARDS Report and Preliminary Draft Convention adopted by the Committee on International Commercial Arbitration at its meeting of 13 March The text which follows was originally published in as ICC Publication no , which is no longer available for distribution. Award Page - vi - ICSID Case No. ARB/11/22 ticular importance for the national economy Sukoró Site Land plots in Sukoró in the Central Transdan-ubian region which Mr. Yoav Blum identified in spring as a potential site for the Project Suretyship Declaration of Mr. Ronald Lauder on the as-sumption of joint and several suretyship sub-.

The Committee determines disputes relating to: (1) arbitration in *trade disputes referred by ACAS with the consent of both parties; (2) *disclosure of information to trade unions; (3) the application of the Equal Pay Act (See equal pay) to collective agreements (See collective bargaining);. This book examines how the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, commonly known as The New York Convention, has been understood and applied in [insert number] jurisdictions, including virtually all that are leading international arbitration centers. ItBrand: Springer International Publishing. Subject Index: Arbitration Act, — Arbitration Award — A.P. filed by Hindustan Cooper Ltd. — Interest award of — interest — the learned single Judge as also the Division Bench were, therefore, not justified in setting aside the award passed by the Arbitrator dismissing the counter-claim and hence the order of the learned single. Central Arbitration Committee. Quick Reference (CAC) The CAC was created by the Employment Relations Act in the UK and is the latest in a series of standing national arbitration bodies which dates back to the early years of the twentieth century. On its foundation, the CAC consisted of an independent chair and deputy chair with two panels.