Commercial arbitration in the Federal Republic of Germany
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Commercial arbitration in the Federal Republic of Germany by Ottoarndt Glossner

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Published by Boston, Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers in Deventer, The Netherlands .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Germany (West)

Subjects:

  • Arbitration and award -- Germany (West)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesCommercial arbitration in the FRG.
StatementOttoarndt Glossner.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKK4030 .G58 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 137 p. ;
Number of Pages137
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2857514M
ISBN 109065441859
LC Control Number84020126
OCLC/WorldCa11158942

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Germany has not declared a commercial or reciprocity reservation (Article I(3) NYC). Pursuant to Section (1), recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards is governed by the NYC. Germany has also ratified, inter alia, the European Convention on International Commercial Arbitration of (“European Convention”).   The German arbitration law. Germany is a member state of the New York Convention of and, in , enacted an arbitration framework in the 10th Book of the German Code of Civil Procedure (sections – ZPO), which is closely modelled on the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration (the Model Law). Get this from a library! Handelsschiedsgerichtsbarkeit in England und in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland = Commercial arbitration in the Federal Republic of Germany and in England. [Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel;].   The International Arbitration Society established the Arbitration Database in May It is a website destined to become one of the biggest free online databases for lawyers and scholars seeking articles and cases related to international arbitration.

  The German courts, which under the guidance of the German Federal Court of Justice are developing an increasingly harmonised case law, contribute to the fact that it as a forum for arbitration can be a desirable alternative to other locations, especially since Germany is very internationally oriented and centrally located. The International Arbitration Society established the Arbitration Database in May It is a website destined to become one of the biggest free online databases for lawyers and scholars seeking articles and cases related to international arbitration. Also, the Federal Republic of Germany has entered into numerous bilateral investment treaties (BITs) with other states which usually provide for arbitration clauses. Pickenpack: In recent years, there has been a general trend towards alternative dispute resolution in Germany. International Arbitration Law Library Series Volume The Notion of Award in International Commercial Arbitration.A Comparative Analysis of French Law, English Law, and the UNCITRAL Model Law aims to provide a comprehensive explanation of the notion of arbitral award in international commercial ational commercial arbitration relies extensively on .

  GERMANY. Ragnar Harbst, Heiko Plassmeier, Jürgen Mark. A. LEGISLATION AND RULES. A.1 Legislation. International arbitration in Germany continues to be governed by the provisions of the Tenth Book of the German Code of Civil Procedure (ZPO), to which no legislative amendment has been made since A working group tasked with a review of the . Germany Designates Latham & Watkins International arbitration Co-chair Sebastian Seelmann-eggebert to ICSID Panel the Government of the Federal republic of Germany designated Sebastian Seelmann-eggebert to the ICSID Panel of Conciliators. Sebastian is a partner in the Hamburg office and longtime Co-chair of the International Arbitration Practice.   I. Introduction. A FUNDAMENTAL reform of the law of arbitration was introduced in Germany with effect from 1 January 1 It is aimed at promoting the Federal Republic of Germany as a seat of international arbitration. 2 The basis for the change is the incorporation of provisions from the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration 3 into Cited by: 2.   Part IV of the Yearbook reports on new developments in arbitration law and practice in the Federal Republic of Germany and Switzerland, and supplements the national reports published in the International Handbook on Commercial Arbitration. Part V continues to be an invaluable source of judicial decisions made in relation to the New York Author: D. Rhidian Thomas.