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Title: International Bar Association (IBA) Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Commercial Arbitration
Alternative Title(s): IBA Rules of Evidence
Available From: http://www.ibanet.org/images/downloads/IBA%20rules%20on%20the%20taking%20of%20Evidence.pdf
Conclusion Date: 1999-06-01
Entry Into Force Date: 1999-06-01
Description: The International Bar Association (IBA) is a dual membership organization, made up of 16,000 individual lawyers and 190 Bar Associations and Societies. The IBA strives to influence the development of international law reform and shape the future of the legal profession. (See About IBA). “The IBA issued these Rules as a resource to parties and to arbitrators in order to enable them to conduct the evidence phase of international arbitration proceedings in an efficient and economical manner. The Rules provide mechanisms for the presentation of documents, witnesses in fact, expert witnesses and inspections, as well as for the conduct of evidentiary hearings.” (See IBA Rules of Evidence, Forward).
EISIL Categories: Home > International Dispute Settlement > Arbitration, Mediation & Conciliation
Keywords: arbitration
evidence
Language(s): English
Document Creator: International Bar Association Council
Site Administrator: International Bar Association
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