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Amendments to the Belgian Arbitration Law


Without prejudice to the exceptions provided in particular laws, legal persons of public law may only conclude an arbitration agreement in case the agreement concerns the settlement of a dispute relating to the conclusion or the execution of a contract. The conditions which applied to the conclusion of a contract of which the execution is submitted to arbitration also apply to the conclusion of the arbitration agreement. In addition, legal persons of public law may conclude arbitration agreements with respect to all matters, which are determined by law or by a royal decree that has been deliberated in the Council of Ministers. The decree may also stipulate the conditions and the rules for the conclusion of the agreement.



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* This documenl was reproduced and reformatted from the text appearing originally in Herman Verbist, Unofficial English Translation of the Amendments to the Belgian Arbitration Law (Amendments by the Law of 19 May 1998), International Business Law Journal (Revue de Droit des Affaires Internationales), No. 8 (1998).

Amendments to the Belgian Arbitration Law


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