Part II Commentary on the International Expedited Rules, 44 Article E-10—The Award Under the Expedited Procedures
Martin F Gusy, James M Hosking
Martin F. Gusy, James M. Hosking
- Time limitations (and jurisdiction) — Arbitration
This concluding chapter discusses Article E-10 of the ICDR Rules, which provides some basic requirements for an award made under the Expedited Procedures. Unlike its analogous counterpart in Article 30 of the main ICDR Rules, Article E-10’s direction is more limited. While Article 30 also provides instruction on the form, content, and confidentiality of the award, Article E-10 only provides specific direction that the award should be in writing, that it is final and binding on the parties, and that it must be rendered within a 30-day time period. Consequently, as with other provisions of the Expedited Procedures and as is provided for in Article E-1, arbitrators and the parties should refer to the provisions of the main ICDR Rules to supplement Article E-10.