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Annulment Under the ICSID Convention by Bishop, R Doak; Marchili, Silvia M (1st December 2012)

Part II Grounds for Annulment, 7 Corruption of One of the Members of the Tribunal

From: Annulment Under the ICSID Convention

R Doak Bishop, Silvia M Marchili

From: Oxford Legal Research Library (http://olrl.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 17 November 2019

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Corruption of arbitrator — Annulment — UNCITRAL Model Law — New York Convention on Enforcement of Judgments
7.01 Article 52(1)(c) provides that the annulment of an award can be requested on the ground that there was corruption on t 684444 he part of a member of the tribunal. Like improper constitution of the tribunal, this is not a commonly alleged ground. In fact, it has never been invoked. Given the prestige and background of the arbitrators appointed by the parties in ICSID proceedings in general, this ground for annulment will likely remain dormant in the years to come. 7.02 Corruption by one of the arbitrators has long been acknowledged as a ground for annulment....
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