arbitral institution
= institution arbitrate (франц.) = Schiedsinstitution (нем.) - институциональный арбитражный орган. В институциональном арбитраже (institutional arbitration) такой орган приводит в движение арбитражный процесс, не вмешиваясь в анализ существа спора, осуществляемый арбитрами. В институциональном арбитраже с участием административного органа (administered arbitration) на такой орган могут возлагаться другие функции. Каждый институциональный арбитражный орган имеет собственный арбитражный регламент (arbitration rules).

Glossary of international commercial arbitration. 2013.

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