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Awards, Orders and Other Types of Decisions

Awards, Orders and Other Types of Decisions Remy GERBAY & Alex HARRIS Article 34: Awards, orders, decisions and rulings 34.1 In addition to making a final award, the arbitral tribunal may make interim, interlocutory or partial awards, orders, decisions and rulings. 34.2 When there is more than one arbitrator, any award, order, decision or ruling of the arbitral tribunal shall be made unanimously or, failing unanimity, by a majority of the arbitrators. 34.3 When the parties or the arbitral tribunal so authorize, the presiding arbitrator alone may make orders, decisions or rulings on questions of procedure, including exchanges of information, subject to revision by the arbitral tribunal. Article 35: Time, form and effect of award 35.1 The arbitral tribunal shall deliberate and issue its final award as soon as possible after the close of proceedings, and, unless otherwise agreed by the parties or determined by the Chamber, the final award shall be made no later than 60 days from the date of the close of proceedings. 35.2 Awards shall be made in writing, and the arbitral tribunal shall state the reasons upon which an award is based, unless the parties have agreed in writing that no reasons need be given. 35.3 A monetary award shall be http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BCDR International Arbitration Review Kluwer Law International

Awards, Orders and Other Types of Decisions

BCDR International Arbitration Review , Volume 5 (1): 18 – Sep 1, 2020

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Remy GERBAY & Alex HARRIS Article 34: Awards, orders, decisions and rulings 34.1 In addition to making a final award, the arbitral tribunal may make interim, interlocutory or partial awards, orders, decisions and rulings. 34.2 When there is more than one arbitrator, any award, order, decision or ruling of the arbitral tribunal shall be made unanimously or, failing unanimity, by a majority of the arbitrators. 34.3 When the parties or the arbitral tribunal so authorize, the presiding arbitrator alone may make orders, decisions or rulings on questions of procedure, including exchanges of information, subject to revision by the arbitral tribunal. Article 35: Time, form and effect of award 35.1 The arbitral tribunal shall deliberate and issue its final award as soon as possible after the close of proceedings, and, unless otherwise agreed by the parties or determined by the Chamber, the final award shall be made no later than 60 days from the date of the close of proceedings. 35.2 Awards shall be made in writing, and the arbitral tribunal shall state the reasons upon which an award is based, unless the parties have agreed in writing that no reasons need be given. 35.3 A monetary award shall be

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Published: Sep 1, 2020

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