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This Practice Note contains a jurisdiction-specific Q&A guide to arbitration in Slovakia published as part of the Lexology Getting the Deal Through series by Law Business Research (published: December 2020).
Authors: Barger Prekop sro—Roman Prekop; Monika Šimorová; Peter Pethő; Richard Šustek
Slovakia (as one of two successor states of Czechoslovakia) succeeded to the New York Convention as of 1 January 1993. For Czechoslovakia, the New York Convention entered into force as of 10 October 1959. At that time, Czechoslovakia made declarations under article I of the New York Convention, pursuant to which it would apply the Convention to awards made in the territory of another contracting state and to awards made in the territory of a non-contracting state to the extent that such states grant reciprocal treatment. Neither Czechoslovakia nor Slovakia made declarations or notifications under any other articles of the New York Convention.
Slovakia is a party to the following multilateral conventions:
the Energy Charter Treaty, Lisbon (1998);
the ICSID Convention (Convention on the Settlement
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