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Article 10 - Number of Arbitrators

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 February 2020

Ilias Bantekas
Affiliation:
Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar
Pietro Ortolani
Affiliation:
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Shahla Ali
Affiliation:
The University of Hong Kong
Manuel A. Gomez
Affiliation:
Florida International University
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Article 10 was very much influenced by the 2010 UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, article 7 (article 5 of the 1976 Rules) of which provides that in the absence of party agreement ‘and if within 30 days after the receipt by the respondent of the notice of arbitration the parties have not agreed that there shall be only one arbitrator, three arbitrators shall be appointed’. This default rule is the cornerstone of paragraph 2 of article 10 of the Model Law. Even so, the UNCITRAL Working Group has never exhibited significant consensus regarding the default option of three arbitrators.

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Print publication year: 2020

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