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Hearings,Witnesses and Tribunal-Appointed Experts

Hearings,Witnesses and Tribunal-Appointed Experts Hearings, Witnesses and Tribunal-Appointed Experts Melanie WILLEMS Article 22: Hearings and witnesses 22.1 The arbitral tribunal shall give the parties reasonable notice of the date, time and place of any oral hearing. 22.2 At least 15 days before the hearing, each party shall give the arbitral tribunal and the other parties the name and address of any witness it intends to present, the subject of the witness’s testimony and the language in which such witness will give his or her testimony. 22.3 The arbitral tribunal shall determine the manner in which witnesses are examined and who shall be present during witness examination. 22.4 Unless otherwise agreed by the parties or directed by the arbitral tribunal, evidence of witnesses may be presented in the form of written statements signed by them. 22.5 In accordance with a schedule set by the arbitral tribunal, each party shall notify the arbitral tribunal and the other parties of the names of any witnesses who have presented a written witness statement whom it wishes to examine. 22.6 The arbitral tribunal may require any witness to appear at a hearing. If a witness whose appearance has been requested fails to appear without valid excuse as determined http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BCDR International Arbitration Review Kluwer Law International

Hearings,Witnesses and Tribunal-Appointed Experts

BCDR International Arbitration Review , Volume 5 (1): 32 – Sep 1, 2020

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Hearings, Witnesses and Tribunal-Appointed Experts Melanie WILLEMS Article 22: Hearings and witnesses 22.1 The arbitral tribunal shall give the parties reasonable notice of the date, time and place of any oral hearing. 22.2 At least 15 days before the hearing, each party shall give the arbitral tribunal and the other parties the name and address of any witness it intends to present, the subject of the witness’s testimony and the language in which such witness will give his or her testimony. 22.3 The arbitral tribunal shall determine the manner in which witnesses are examined and who shall be present during witness examination. 22.4 Unless otherwise agreed by the parties or directed by the arbitral tribunal, evidence of witnesses may be presented in the form of written statements signed by them. 22.5 In accordance with a schedule set by the arbitral tribunal, each party shall notify the arbitral tribunal and the other parties of the names of any witnesses who have presented a written witness statement whom it wishes to examine. 22.6 The arbitral tribunal may require any witness to appear at a hearing. If a witness whose appearance has been requested fails to appear without valid excuse as determined

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Published: Sep 1, 2020

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