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  • Print publication year: 2020
  • Online publication date: October 2020

16 - Judicial Control of Arbitral Awards in Italy

from Part IV - Judicial Control of Arbitral Awards


Since antiquity, arbitration has been well known in the Italian peninsula.1 Basic rules of arbitration are today spelled out in the Italian civil procedure code (hereinafter CCP). The code was enacted in 1940, but has, since then, undergone radical changes, including a comprehensive reform in 2006.2 Despite the fact that current rules are largely in line with those of other countries and with international legal standards, Italy is generally perceived, by insiders and outsiders alike, as a nonfriendly arbitration country.3

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