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UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules, 1980

Article 1 - Application of the Rules

Article 2 - Commencement of conciliation proceedings

Article 3 - Number of conciliators

Article 4 - Appointment of conciliators

Article 5 - Submission of statements to conciliator

Article 6 - Representation and assistance

Article 7 - Role of conciliator

Article 8 - Administrative assistance

Article 9 - Communication between conciliator and parties

Article 10 - Disclosure of information

Article 11 - Co-operation of parties with conciliator

Article 12 - Suggestions by parties for settlement of dispute

Article 13 - Settlement agreement

Article 14 - Confidentiality

Article 15 - Termination of conciliation proceedings

Article 16 - Resort to arbitral or judicial proceedings

Article 17 - Costs

Article 18 - Deposits

Article 19 - Role of conciliator in other proceedings

Article 20 - Admissibility of evidence in other proceedings

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UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules, 1980

Article 7 - Role of conciliator

1. The conciliator assists the parties in an independent and impartial manner in their attempt to reach an amicable settlement of their dispute.

2. The conciliator will be guided by principles of objectivity, fairness and justice, giving consideration to, among other things, the rights and obligations of the parties, the usages of the trade concerned and the circumstances surrounding the dispute, including any previous business practices between the parties.

3. The conciliator may conduct the conciliation proceedings in such a manner as he considers appropriate, taking into account the circumstances of the case, the wishes the parties may express, including any request by a party that the conciliator hear oral statements, and the need for a speedy settlement of the dispute.

4. The conciliator may, at any stage of the conciliation proceedings, make proposals for a settlement of the dispute. Such proposals need not be in writing and need not be accompanied by a statement of the reasons therefor.


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