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DESIGNATING APPOINTING AUTHORITIES IN UNCITRAL ARBITRATION: WRONG AND IMPERFECT DESIGNATIONS

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Zbornik radova Pravnog fakulteta, Novi Sad

2020, vol. LIV, br. 3, str. 971–998

jezik rada: engleski

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udk: 341.63:339.5(094.2)

doi: 10.5937/zrpfns54-29167

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Dr Maja D. Stanivuković, redovni profesor

Univerzitet u Novom Sadu

Pravni fakultet u Novom Sadu

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In an international arbitration, the parties have a right to designate an appointing authority that will select and appoint the arbitrators in case the parties cannot agree on their appointment, and decide on challenges to arbitrators. However, if the parties lack experience, knowledge or are simply not careful enough, they can make wrong designations which result in appointing authorities that are not neutral. Sometimes, also, errors in drafting clauses that designate the appointing authority lead to imperfections and incoherence, which may frustrate the parties’ choice of the appointing authority and adversely affect the entire arbitration. This paper examines the operation of arbitration clauses designating appointing authorities on two relatively recent examples from the combined UNCITRAL-ICC practice, with the aim to identify potential problems arising from wrong and imperfect designations and to suggest solutions.

Ključne reči:

International Arbitration, Appointing authorities, UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, ICC as appointing authority

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