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UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation (2002)

Article 1. Scope of application and definitions

Article 2. Interpretation

Article 3. Variation by agreement

Article 4. Commencement of conciliation proceedings^c^

Article 5. Number and appointment of conciliators

Article 6. Conduct of conciliation

Article 7. Communication between conciliator and parties

Article 8. Disclosure of information

Article 9. Confidentiality

Article 10. Admissibility of evidence in other proceedings

Article 11. Termination of conciliation proceedings

Article 12. Conciliator acting as arbitrator

Article 13. Resort to arbitral or judicial proceedings

Article 14. Enforceability of settlement agreement^d^

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UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation (2002)

Article 5. Number and appointment of conciliators

(1) There shall be one conciliator, unless the parties agree that there shall be two or more conciliators.

(2) The parties shall endeavour to reach agreement on a conciliator or conciliators, unless a different procedure for their appointment has been agreed upon.

(3) Parties may seek the assistance of an institution or person in connection with the appointment of conciliators. In particular:

(a) A party may request such an institution or person to recommend suitable persons to act as conciliator; or

(b) The parties may agree that the appointment of one or more conciliators be made directly by such an institution or person.

(4) In recommending or appointing individuals to act as conciliator, the institution or person shall have regard to such considerations as are likely to secure the appointment of an independent and impartial conciliator and, where appropriate, shall take into account the advisability of appointing a conciliator of a nationality other than the nationalities of the parties.

(5) When a person is approached in connection with his or her possible appointment as conciliator, he or she shall disclose any circumstances likely to give rise to justifiable doubts as to his or her impartiality or independence. A conciliator, from the time of his or her appointment and throughout the conciliation proceedings, shall without delay disclose any such circumstances to the parties unless they have already been informed of them by him or her.


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