arbitration rules

= règlament d'arbitrage (франц.) = Schieds(gerichts)ordnung (нем.) - регламент, правила проведения арбитражного разбирательства, которыми согласились руководствоваться стороны. Большинство регламентов институциональных арбитражей (institutional arbitration) допускают изменение отдельных их положений по соглашению сторон, но при этом ключевые нормы регламентов о праве стороны быть заслушанной, о равном отношении к сторонам, о независимости и беспристрастности арбитров (impartiality of arbitrators) не подлежат модификации, чтобы исключить возникновение коллизии между ними и нормами lex arbitri.

Glossary of international commercial arbitration. 2013.

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