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International Court of Arbitration Rules of Arbitration in force as from 1 January 1998

Foreword

Standard ICC Arbitration Clause

Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (in force as from 1 January 1998)

Introductory Provisions

Article 1 - International Court of Arbitration

Article 2 - Definitions

Article 3 - Written Notifications or Communications; Time Limits

Commencing the Arbitration

Article 4 - Request for Arbitration

Article 5 - Answer to the Request; Counterclaims

Article 6 - Effect of the Arbitration Agreement

The Arbitral Tribunal

Article 7 - General Provisions

Article 8 - Number of Arbitrators

Article 9 - Appointment and Confirmation of the Arbitrators

Article 10 - Multiple Parties

Article 11 - Challenge of Arbitrators

Article 12 - Replacement of Arbitrators

The Arbitral Proceedings

Article 13 - Transmission of the File to the Arbitral Tribunal

Article 14 - Place of the Arbitration

Article 15 - Rules Governing the Proceedings

Article 16 - Language of the Arbitration

Article 17 - Applicable Rules of Law

Article 18

Article 19 - New Claims

Article 20 - Establishing the Facts of the Case

Article 21 - Hearings

Article 22 - Closing of the Proceedings

Article 23 - Conservatory and Interim Measures

Awards

Article 24 - Time Limit for the Award

Article 25 - Making of the Award

Article 26 - Award by Consent

Article 27 - Scrutiny of the Award by the Court

Article 28 - Notification, Deposit and Enforceability of the Award

Article 29 - Correction and Interpretation of the Award

Costs

Article 30 - Advance to Cover the Costs of the Arbitration

Article 31 - Decision as to the Costs of the Arbitration

Miscellaneous

Article 32 - Modified Time Limits

Article 33 - Waiver

Article 34 - Exclusion of Liability

Article 35 - General Rule

Appendix I - Statutes of the International Court of Arbitration of the ICC

Article 1 - Function

Article 2 - Composition of the Court

Article 3 - Appointment

Article 4 - Plenary Session of the Court

Article 5 - Committees

Article 6 - Confidentiality

Article 7 - Modification of the Rules of Arbitration

Appendix II - Internal Rules of the International Court of Arbitration of the ICC

Article 1 - Confidential Character of the Work of the International Court of Arbitration

Article 2 - Participation of Members of the International Court of Arbitration in ICC Arbitration

Article 3 - Relations between the Members of the Court and the ICC National Committees

Article 4 - Committee of the Court

Article 5 - Court Secretariat

Article 6 - Scrutiny of Arbitral Awards

Appendix III - Arbitration Costs and Fees

Article 1 - Advance on Costs

Article 2 - Costs and Fees

Article 3 - Appointments of Arbitrators

Article 4 - Scales of Administrative Expenses and Arbitrator's Fees

A. Administrative Expenses

B. Arbitrator's Fees

Examples for illustrative purposes only

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

ICC - International Chamber of Commerce Arbitration Rules 1998 - (these rules came into effect on 1 January 1998)

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)

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Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (in force as from 1 January 1998)

Introductory Provisions

Article 3 - Written Notifications or Communications; Time Limits

1. All pleadings and other written communications submitted by any party, as well as all documents annexed thereto, shall be supplied in a number of copies sufficient to provide one copy for each party, plus one for each arbitrator, and one for the Secretariat. A copy of any communication from the Arbitral Tribunal to the parties shall be sent to the Secretariat.

2. All notifications or communications from the Secretariat and the Arbitral Tribunal shall be made to the last address of the party or its representative for whom the same are intended, as notified either by the party in question or by the other party. Such notification or communication may be made by delivery against receipt, registered post, courier, facsimile transmission, telex, telegram or any other means of telecommunication that provides a record of the sending thereof.

3. A notification or communication shall be deemed to have been made on the day it was received by the party itself or by its representative, or would have been received if made in accordance with the preceding paragraph.

4. Periods of time specified in or fixed under the present Rules, shall start to run on the day following the date a notification or communication is deemed to have been made in accordance with the preceding paragraph. When the day next following such date is an official holiday, or a non-business day in the country where the notification or communication is deemed to have been made, the period of time shall commence on the first following business day. Official holidays and non-business days are included in the calculation of the period of time. If the last day of the relevant period of time granted is an official holiday or a non-business day in the country where the notification or communication is deemed to have been made, the period of time shall expire at the end of the first following business day.


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