The following Arbitration practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
This Practice Note links to a broad range of model arbitration clauses from leading, and less well-known, arbitral institutions, organisations and industry bodies. The table below is not exhaustive and other institutions or organisations offer alternative clauses.
For examples of various model arbitration clauses providing for ad hoc and institutional arbitration and guidance, see Practice Note: Example institutional and ad hoc model arbitration clauses.
There are also many arbitration clauses available in the precedents pod of the arbitration agreement subtopic within topic: ‘Arbitration under the Arbitration Act 1996’.
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TCC—preparing for and attending a pre-trial review (PTR)Note:•this Practice Note gives specific guidance on matters proceeding in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) under the provisions set out in CPR 60, CPR PD 60 and the TCC Guide. As these provisions are additional to the general
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