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American Arbitration Association - International Arbitration Rules
As Amended and Effective September 1, 2000

Article 1

I. Commencing the Arbitration

Notice of Arbitration and Statement of Claim

Article 2

Statement of Defense and Counterclaim

Article 3

Amendments to Claims

Article 4

II. The Tribunal

Number of Arbitrators

Article 5

Appointment of Arbitrators

Article 6

Impartiality and Independence of Arbitrators

Article 7

Challenge of Arbitrators

Article 8

Article 9

Replacement of an Arbitrator

Article 10

Article 11

III. General Conditions

Representation

Article 12

Place of Arbitration

Article 13

Language

Article 14

Pleas as to Jurisdiction

Article 15

Conduct of the Arbitration

Article 16

Further Written Statements

Article 17

Notices

Article 18

Evidence

Article 19

Hearings

Article 20

Interim Measures of Protection

Article 21

Experts

Article 22

Default

Article 23

Closure of Hearing

Article 24

Waiver of Rules

Article 25

Awards, Decisions and Rulings

Article 26

Form and Effect of the Award

Article 27

Applicable Laws and Remedies

Article 28

Settlement or Other Reasons for Termination

Article 29

Interpretation or Correction of the Award

Article 30

Costs

Article 31

Compensation of Arbitrators

Article 32

Deposit of Costs

Article 33

Confidentiality

Article 34

Exclusion of Liability

Article 35

Interpretation of Rules

Article 36

ADMINISTRATIVE FEES

Administrative Fees

Fees
Suspension for Nonpayment
Hearing Room Rental

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

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American Arbitration Association - International Arbitration Rules
As Amended and Effective September 1, 2000

III. General Conditions

Costs

Article 31

The tribunal shall fix the costs of arbitration in its award. The tribunal may apportion such costs among the parties if it determines that such apportionment is reasonable, taking into account the circumstances of the case.

Such costs may include:

(a) the fees and expenses of the arbitrators;

(b) the costs of assistance required by the tribunal, including its experts;

(c) the fees and expenses of the administrator;

(d) the reasonable costs for legal representation of a successful party; and

(e) any such costs incurred in connection with an application for interim or

emergency relief pursuant to Article 21.


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