default of a party to appear


default of a party to appear
- отказ стороны от участия в арбитражном разбирательстве. Влечет за собой вынесение default award. В связи с тем, что оспаривание арбитражного решения (action to set aside) или возражения против его признания и приведения в исполнение не допускают пересмотра его существа государственным судом (см. статьи 34 и 36 Закона о МКА), сторона, сознательно отказывающаяся от участия в арбитраже, существенно затрудняет себе защиту своих интересов, которые оспариваются в ходе арбитражного разбирательства.

Glossary of international commercial arbitration. 2013.

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