burden of proof
- бремя доказывания, процессуальный термин, означающий, какая из сторон должна доказывать те или иные обстоятельства. В ходе оспаривания (action to set aside) или приведения в исполнение решений международных арбитражей (enforcement of awards) бремя доказывания совершения составом арбитража нарушений процессуального характера возлагается на сторону, против которой вынесено арбитражное решение, суд не может использовать такие аргументы ex officio. О бремени доказывания в делах, связанных с признанием и приведением в исполнение арбитражных решений в России, см. Карабельников Б.Р. Российские суды и международный арбитраж: развитие событий в 2006 Г.//МКА. 2007. №1. С. 25; Он же. Исполнение решений международных коммерческих арбитражей. Комментарий к Нью-Йоркской конвенции 1958 г. и главам 30 и 31 АПК РФ 2002 г. М.:ИД ФБК-ПРЕСС, 2003. С. 153 и далее.

Glossary of international commercial arbitration. 2013.

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