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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 596

(1) If an application is made to set aside an award, the application shall be made to the Court specified in Article 582.

(2) If the application is based on one of the grounds set out in Article 595(1) figures 1 to 6, it must be made within a time limit of three months failing which the application will be time barred. The time limit begins to run on the day of service of the award on the party concerned, or, if the ground for rescission only came to the party's notice later, from the day when the party became aware of the said ground.

(3) The time limit for applications under Article 595(1) figure 7 is governed by the provisions concerning the application to re-open the case.


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