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Lisa,

I doubt if that necessarily is the case.  There are some irreducible fundamentals, essentially derived from one of the rules of Natural Justice, audi alteram partem.  Then there are practical considerations (times for exchange and the like).  

Historically, the UNCITRAL Rules were intended to fill a gap.  Institutional rules existed but it was thought necessary that there be rules which parties could agree to use where no institution was involved.  I suspect, but am not sure without enquiry, that ICC came first.

With kind regards,  

Geoffrey Hartwell

Eur Ing Professor Geoffrey M Beresford Hartwell 

 

From: International Law Librarians List (Int-Law) [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Lisa Allen
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So the ICC craft their rules from the UNCITRAL ones? Sorry to all those to whom this is everyday work!

 

 

Thanks

 

Lisa

 


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Dear Lisa (if I may),

Answer “No”.  ICC is the International Chamber of Commerce – they have a set of rule for arbitrations administered ther.

UNCITRAL is the United Nations Commission on International TRAde Law.  The publish rules for arbitrations ad-hoc, i.e. with the arbitrators managing without an institution.

They also promulgate a Model Arbitration Law.

Don’t please hesitate to ask if I can help.  The only risk is I’m not a lawyer!

With kind regards,  

Geoffrey Hartwell

Eur Ing Professor Geoffrey M Beresford Hartwell 

 

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Thank you for that link. I always see UNCITRAL & the ICC referred to – are the rules the same or not?

 

Many thanks for your help

 

Lisa

 


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From: International Law Librarians List (Int-Law) [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Geoffrey Hartwell
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Did you try http://www.uncitral.org/uncitral/en/commission/working_groups/2Arbitration.html the UNCITRAL working papers?

 

With kind regards,  

Geoffrey Hartwell

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I have been asked to find a copy of these papers, but haven’t had much luck. Would anyone be able to assist please?

 

 

Many thanks

 

 

Lisa Allen

 


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