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Austria - Code of Civil Procedure (as modified by Federal Law of February 2, 1983) Fourth Chapter

Article 577

Article 578

Article 579

Article 580

Article 581

Article 582

Article 583

Article 584

Article 585

Article 586

Article 587

Article 588

Article 589

Article 590

Article 591

Article 592

Article 593

Article 594

Article 595

Article 596

Article 597

Article 598

Article 599

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Austria - Code of Civil Procedure (as modified by Federal Law of February 2, 1983) Fourth Chapter

Article 582

(1) If an appointment is not made within the proper time or if the arbitrators cannot agree upon a chairman, the Court shall upon application make the appointment. The application should be brought before the Court which would have been competent to hear the dispute in first instance in the absence of an arbitration agreement; however, if a Court has been indicated in the arbitration agreement as being competent for this purpose and if it would be possible for that Court to be given competence by agreement of the parties (Art. 104(1) and (2) Judicature Act), or if the arbitration agreement indicates the venue of the arbitral procedure, then that Court is competent, or in the absence of such indication, the Court under whose jurisdiction this venue comes. If there is no Court with local jurisdiction, or if such Court cannot be ascertained, the application should be brought before the Court which has local jurisdiction for the 1st municipal district of Vienna, insofar as the arbitration agreement requires the arbitral tribunal to meet within Austria. The application may be made by the parties and under Article 580 by either of the arbitrators. The applicant does not need to be represented by an attorney, even before the Superior Court of First Instance.

(2) The order on the application is not subject to appeal.


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