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Arbitration Law of the People's Republic of China
(Adopted at the Ninth Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Eighth National Peoples Congress on August 31, 1994, promulgated by Order No.31 of the President of the Peoples Republic of China on August 31, 1994, and effective as of September 1, 1995)

Chapter 1 - General Provisions

Article 1

Article 2

Article 3

Article 4

Article 5

Article 6

Article 7

Article 8

Article 9

Chapter II - Arbitration Commissions and the Arbitration Association

Article 10

Article 11

Article 12

Article 13

Article 14

Article 15

Chapter III - Arbitration Agreement

Article 16

Article 17

Article 18

Article 19

Article 20

Chapter IV - Arbitration Procedure

Section 1 - Application and Acceptance

Article 21

Article 22

Article 23

Article 24

Article 25

Article 26

Article 27

Article 28

Article 29

Section 2 - Formation of Arbitration Tribunal

Article 30

Article 31

Article 32

Article 33

Article 34

Article 35

Article 36

Article 37

Article 38

Section 3 - Hearing and Award

Article 39

Article 40

Article 41

Article 42

Article 43

Article 44

Article 45

Article 46

Article 47

Article 48

Article 49

Article 50

Article 51

Article 52

Article 53

Article 54

Article 55

Article 56

Article 57

Chapter V - Application for Setting Aside Arbitration Award

Article 58

Article 59

Article 60

Article 61

Chapter VI - Enforcement

Article 62

Article 63

Article 64

Chapter VII - Special Provisions for Arbitration Involving Foreign Elements

Article 65

Article 66

Article 67

Article 68

Article 69

Article 70

Article 71

Article 72

Article 73

Chapter VIII - Supplementary Provisions

Article 74

Article 75

Article 76

Article 77

Article 78

Article 79

Article 80

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Arbitration Law of the People's Republic of China
(Adopted at the Ninth Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Eighth National Peoples Congress on August 31, 1994, promulgated by Order No.31 of the President of the Peoples Republic of China on August 31, 1994, and effective as of September 1, 1995)

Chapter V - Application for Setting Aside Arbitration Award

Article 58

A party may apply for setting aside an arbitration award to the intermediate peoples court in the place where the arbitration commission is located if he can produce evidence which proves that the arbitration award involves one of the following circumstances;

(1) There is no arbitration agreement;

(2) The matters decided in the award exceed the scope of the arbitration agreement or are beyond the arbitral authority of the arbitration commission;

(3) The formation of the arbitration tribunal or the arbitration procedure was not in conformity with the statutory procedure;

(4) The evidence on which the award is based is forged;

(5) The other party has withheld the evidence which is sufficient to affect the impartiality of the arbitration; or

(6) The arbitrators have committed embezzlement, accepted bribes or done malpractice for personal benefits or perverted the law in the arbitration of the case.

The Peoples court shall rule to set aside the arbitration award if a collegial panel formed by the peoples court verifies upon examination that the award involves one of the circumstances set forth in the preceding paragraph.

If the peoples court determines that the arbitration award violates the public interest, it shall rule to set aside the award.


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