Copy Of The Arbitration Agreement

Copy Of The Arbitration Agreement

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(9) Any amount paid by the parties as an advance on costs in excess of the costs of the arbitration proceedings fixed by the Tribunal shall be reimbursed to the parties taking into account the amounts paid. (1) Any party wishing to have an emergency arbitrator in accordance with Article 29 of the ICC Arbitration Rules (the “Rules”) must file its request for emergency measures (the “Request”) with the Secretariat in one of the offices referred to in Annex II to the Internal Rules of the Court. (2) The request shall be made in a number of copies sufficient to provide a copy for each party, one for the emergency arbitrator and one copy for the secretariat. The application may contain other documents or information that the applicant considers appropriate or that may contribute to the effective examination of the application. (4) The request shall be made in the language of the arbitration, if agreed by the parties, or, in the absence of such an agreement, in the language of the arbitration agreement. (5) Where, on the basis of the information contained in the application, the President of the Court (the `President`) considers that the provisions relating to the emergency arbitrator are applicable by reference to Article 29(5) and Article 29(6) of the Rules of Procedure, the secretariat of the responding Party shall provide a copy of the application and the attachments. If and to the extent that the President decides otherwise, the Secretariat shall inform the parties that the emergency arbitration shall not take place in respect of some or all of the parties and shall transmit to them a copy of the request for information. (6) The President shall terminate the emergency arbitration if the Secretariat does not receive a request for arbitration within ten days of receipt of the request by the Secretariat, unless the emergency arbitrator finds that a longer period is necessary. Subject to the provisions of Article 6(3) to (6)(7) and Article 23(4), claims arising out of or related to more than one contract may be the subject of a single arbitration procedure, whether those rights are exercised under one or more arbitration agreements in accordance with the Rules. . .

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