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LCIA Arbitration Rules
(adopted to take effect from 1 January 1998, that is, for arbitrations commencing on or after 1 January 1998)

[Preamble]

Article 1 - The Request for Arbitration

Article 2 - The Response

Article 3 - The LCIA Court and Registrar

Article 4 - Notices and Periods of Time

Article 5 - Formation of the Arbitral Tribunal

Article 6 - Nationality of Arbitrators

Article 7 - Party and Other Nominations

Article 8 - Three or More Parties

Article 9 - Expedited Formation

Article 10 - Revocation of Arbitrator's Appointment

Article 11 - Nomination and Replacement of Arbitrators

Article 12 - Majority Power to Continue Proceedings

Article 13 - Communications between Parties and the Arbitral Tribunal

Article 14 - Conduct of the Proceedings

Article 15 - Submission of Written Statements and Documents

Article 16 - Seat of Arbitration and Place of Hearings

Article 17 - Language of Arbitration

Article 18 - Party Representation

Article 19 - Hearings

Article 20 - Witnesses

Article 21 - Experts to the Arbitral Tribunal

Article 22 - Additional Powers of the Arbitral Tribunal

Article 23 - Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal

Article 24 - Deposits

Article 25 - Interim and Conservatory Measures

Article 26 - The Award

Article 27 - Correction of Awards and Additional Awards

Article 28 - Arbitration and Legal Costs

Article 29 - Decisions by the LCIA Court

Article 30 - Confidentiality

Article 32 - General Rules

Article 31 - Exclusion of Liability

Recommended Arbitration Clauses

Future Disputes

Existing Disputes

Endnotes

Endnotes

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

LCIA Arbitration Rules - (adopted to take effect from 1 January 1998)

London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)

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LCIA Arbitration Rules
(adopted to take effect from 1 January 1998, that is, for arbitrations commencing on or after 1 January 1998)

Article 17 - Language of Arbitration

17.1 The initial language of the arbitration shall be the language of the Arbitration Agreement, unless the parties have agreed in writing otherwise and providing always that a non-participating or defaulting party shall have no cause for complaint if communications to and from the Registrar and the arbitration proceedings are conducted in English.

17.2 In the event that the Arbitration Agreement is written in more than one language, the LCIA Court may, unless the Arbitration Agreement provides that the arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in more than one language, decide which of those languages shall be the initial language of the arbitration.

17.3 Upon the formation of the Arbitral Tribunal and unless the parties have agreed upon the language or languages of the arbitration, the Arbitral Tribunal shall decide upon the language(s) of the arbitration, after giving the parties an opportunity to make written comment and taking into account the initial language of the arbitration and any other matter it may consider appropriate in all the circumstances of the case.

17.4 If any document is expressed in a language other than the language(s) of the arbitration and no translation of such document is submitted by the party relying upon the document, the Arbitral Tribunal or (if the Arbitral Tribunal has not been formed) the LCIA Court may

order that party to submit a translation in a form to be determined by the Arbitral Tribunal or the LCIA Court, as the case may be.


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