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Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, VI Amendment and Challenge of the Award; Liability of Arbitrators »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, IX Appendix »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, IV The Arbitral Procedure »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, III The Arbitral Tribunal »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, V The Award »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, VII Enforcement of National Awards »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, VIII Foreign Awards »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

7 Germany »

Inka Hanefeld
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (2nd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand
7.01 Germany has a long tradition of arbitration. In Germany, arbitration is widely used in most areas of business and commerce. German arbitration law was codified for the first time in 1877. Effective as from 1 January 1998, German arbitration law underwent a fundamental reform, which completed a long process to shape a new arbitration environment in Germany fit for modern domestic and international dispute resolution. In the course of the 1998 reform, the old German arbitration law was fully replaced by a new arbitration law based on the UNCITRAL Model Law on...

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, I Introduction »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, II Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann

Part II Country Reports, 9 Germany, Preliminary Material »

Inka Hanefeld, Nils Schmidt-Ahrendts
From: Practitioner's Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition)
Edited By: Frank-Bernd Weigand, Antje Baumann