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Italy - Arbitration (Title VIII of Book IV of the Italian Code of Civil Procedure)

Chapter I - Submission to Arbitration and Arbitration Clause

Article 806 - Submission to Arbitration

Article 807 - Form of the Submission to Arbitration

Article 808 - Arbitration Clause

Article 809 - Number and Manner of Appointment of Arbitrators

Chapter II - The Arbitrators

Article 810 - Appointment of the Arbitrators

Article 811 - Replacement of Arbitrators

Article 812 - Capacity to Act as Arbitrator

Article 813 - Acceptance and Duties of the Arbitrators

Article 814 - Rights of the Arbitrators

Article 815 - Challenge of the Arbitrators

Chapter III - The Proceedings

Article 816 - Course of the Proceedings

Article 817 - Objection of Lack of Jurisdiction

Article 818 - Interim Measures of Protection

Article 819 - Incidental Issues

Article 819-bis Connected Cases (Connessione)

Article 819-ter Hearing of Witnesses

Chapter IV - The Award

Article 820 - Time-Limit for the Decision

Article 821 - Relevance of the Expiry of the Time-Limit

Article 822 - Rules for the Deliberation [of the Award]

Article 823 - Deliberation of and Requirements for the Award

Article 824 - Place of Decision

Article 825 - Filing of the Award

Article 826 - Correction of the Award

Chapter V - Means of Recourse

Article 827 - Means of Recourse

Article 828 - Recourse for Setting Aside

Article 829 - Grounds for Setting Aside

Article 830 - Decision on the Recourse for Setting Aside

Article 831 - Revocation and Third Party Opposition

Chapter VI - International Arbitration

Article 832 - International Arbitration

Article 833 - Form of the Arbitration Clause

Article 834 - Rules Applicable to the Merits

Article 835 - Language of the Arbitration

Article 836 - Challenge of the Arbitrators

Article 837 - Deliberation of the Award

Article 838 - Recourse

Chapter VII - Foreign Awards

Article 839 - Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards

Article 840 - Opposition

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Italy - Arbitration (Title VIII of Book IV of the Italian Code of Civil Procedure)

Chapter I - Submission to Arbitration and Arbitration Clause

Article 807 - Form of the Submission to Arbitration

The submission to arbitration shall, under penalty of nullity, be made in writing and shall indicate the subject matter of the dispute.

The written form requirement is considered complied with when the intention of the parties is expressed by telegram or telex.

The submission to arbitration is subject to the provisions governing the validity of contracts which go beyond administration in the ordinary course of business.

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