601. The award under the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes.

The arbitral tribunal's1 award, which must deal with every question submitted and state the reasons on which it is based2, is decided by a majority vote3. It must be in writing, signed by the members of the tribunal who voted for it4. Any tribunal member may attach to the award his individual opinion, whether he dissents from the majority or not, or a statement of his dissent5. For purposes of enforcement in the United Kingdom, 'award' includes any decision interpreting, revising or annulling an award and any decision as to costs which is to form part of the award6.

Unless