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仲裁员守则


 

    第一条  仲裁员应当独立、公正、公平、勤勉地从事仲裁。

  第二条  仲裁员仅在确定具备下列条件时,方可接受当事人或华南国际经济贸易仲裁委员会(又名深圳国际仲裁院,曾名中国国际经济贸易仲裁委员会华南分会、中国国际经济贸易仲裁委员会深圳分会,以下简称本会)的指定办理案件:

    (一)在经济利益和社会关系上均独立于当事人及其代理人、证人和仲裁庭的其他成员;

    (二)能够公平地对待各方当事人,对指定方当事人没有倾向性;

    (三)具有解决案件争议所需的专业知识和经验;

    (四)能够按照当事人的合理期望,付出相应的时间和精力,并按照仲裁规则规定的期限处理案件。

    第三条  仲裁员接受指定时,有义务向本会书面披露可能引起当事人对其公正性或独立性产生合理怀疑的任何事由。该义务是持续性的,应履行至仲裁程序完结为止。该等事由包括:

    (一)任何已知的与仲裁参与人或仲裁结果存在直接或间接的财务或个人利益关系;

    (二)任何已知的在任何当事人看来影响独立性或公正性的,现存的或过去的财务、商务、职业或个人关系;

    (三)对涉案争议预先获取的信息的性质及程度;

    (四)当事人协议、仲裁规则或者有关适用法律所规定的有义务披露的任何其他事项、关系或利益。

    仲裁员的书面披露应转交全部当事人及仲裁庭的其他仲裁员。

    第四条  仲裁员不得接受任何一方当事人的直接或间接馈赠或款待。

    第五条  存在《中华人民共和国仲裁法》第三十四条规定的情形或其他影响仲裁员独立性情形的,仲裁员应主动回避。

    第六条  仲裁员应当公平而勤勉地办理案件,包括:

    (一)仲裁员应不偏不倚进行仲裁,平等公允、耐心有礼地对待当事人及其他仲裁参与人;

    (二)仲裁员应给予当事人开庭时间、地点的适当通知和出席庭审进行陈述的权利,并给予各方当事人提交证据和进行辩论的公平机会;

    (三)仲裁员应做出合理的努力以防止仲裁程序拖延;

    (四)同一仲裁庭的仲裁员应通力合作,积极主动地推进仲裁程序;

    (五)仲裁员可建议当事人考虑通过调解或其他争议解决方式结案,但不应为此向任何一方当事人施加压力。

    第七条  仲裁员应忠实履行保密义务,不得向当事人或外界透露本人的看法和仲裁庭合议的情况,对涉及仲裁程序和实体、仲裁裁决等所有相关问题均应保守秘密。

    仲裁员在任何时候均不得利用在仲裁过程中获知的保密信息,为自己或他人获取利益,或对任何一方当事人的利益造成不利影响。

    仲裁员可以为了作出裁决而获得助手的协助,但仲裁员应保证参与协助的人员接受该守则的约束。

    仲裁裁决作出后,仲裁员不得为当事人执行或挑战该裁决提供协助。

    仲裁员即使因回避或者自动退出等原因不再履行审理职责时,也必须遵守保密义务。

    第八条  仲裁员在仲裁过程中与当事人之间的交流应言行得体,避免偏颇,且不应与当事人私下接触。

    第九条  仲裁庭应在认真合议后,独立公正地对当事人提交仲裁的所有请求作出裁决。仲裁员不应因外界压力或自身利益而使自己的决定受到影响。

    仲裁员不得将作出裁决的责任委托给任何其他人。

    第十条  仲裁员可以对其从事仲裁服务进行推广,但有关信息必须真实和准确。

    第十一条  仲裁员违反本守则、本会仲裁规则或本会的其他规定,情节严重的,本会理事会仲裁员资格与操守考察委员会有权中止其办案资格,并有权提议理事会对其予以解聘。

    第十二条  本守则不属于本会仲裁规则的组成部分,不构成对仲裁裁决进行司法审查的依据。

    第十三条  本守则由本会理事会通过,自2012121日起施行。

 

 

                         The Code of Ethics for the SCIA Arbitrators

 

Article 1 An arbitrator should conduct the arbitration independently, impartially, fairly and diligently.

Article 2 One should accept appointment from the party or South China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (also known as Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration, formerly known as China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission South China Sub-commission, China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission Shenzhen Sub-commission, hereinafter the “SCIA”) as an arbitrator only if fully satisfied:

(1) that he/she is independent with respect to the financial interests or social relationship from the parties, their representatives, witnesses, and other arbitrators;

(2) that he/she can treat each party equally, and does not have a favorable tendency toward the party appointing him/her;

(3) that he/she is competent with the necessary expertise and experience for the resolution of the dispute;

(4) that he/she can be available to conduct the arbitration in accordance with the time limits required by the Arbitration Rules and to devote the time and attention to its completion that the parties are reasonably entitled to expect.

Article 3 Persons who are requested to serve as arbitrators shall, while accepting, disclose in writing any facts or circumstances likely to give rise to justifiable doubts as to his/her impartiality or independence. The obligation to disclose the said facts or circumstances is a continuing duty and does not cease until the end of the arbitration. These facts and circumstances include:

(1) any known financial interests or personal benefits that may have direct or indirect connections to the outcome of the case;

(2) any known existing or past financial, business, professional or personal relationships which might reasonably affect impartiality or lack of independence in the eyes of any of the parties;

(3) the nature and extent of any prior knowledge they may have of the disputeand

(4) any other matters, relationships, or interests which they are obligated to disclose by the agreement of the parties, the arbitration rules, or applicable law regulating arbitrator disclosure.

The written disclosure of the arbitrator shall be communicated to each party and other members of the arbitral tribunal if any.

Article 4 An arbitrator should not accept any gift or substantial hospitality, directly or indirectly, from any party to the arbitration.

Article 5 An arbitrator should withdraw from his or her office voluntarily where there exists any circumstances stipulated in Article 34 of the Arbitration Law of the People’s Republic of      China or other circumstances affecting the impartiality of an arbitrator.

Article 6 An arbitrator should conduct the proceedings fairly and diligently. For this purpose:

(1) An arbitrator should conduct the proceedings in an even-handed manner. The arbitrator should be fair, patient and courteous to the parties and other participants to the arbitration.

(2) An arbitrator should afford to all parties the right to be heard and due notice of the time and place of any hearing. The arbitrator should allow each party a fair opportunity to present its evidence and arguments.

(3) An arbitrator should make reasonable efforts to avoid the delay of arbitration proceedings;

(4) Co-arbitrators should cooperate actively to proceed with the arbitration proceedings.

(5) An arbitrator may suggest to the parties that they discuss the possibility of settlement or the use of mediation, or other dispute resolution processes, but the arbitrator shall not exert pressure on any party to settle or to utilize other dispute resolution processes.

Article 7 An arbitrator should keep confidential all matters relating to the arbitration proceedings, merits and awards, and should not disclose to the parties and anyone outside his/her opinions and the substance of the deliberations.

An arbitrator should not, at any time, use confidential information acquired during the arbitration proceeding to gain personal advantage or advantage for others, or to affect adversely the interest of another.

An arbitrator may obtain help from an assistant(s) in connection with reaching his or her decision, provided the arbitrator shall guarantee that such assistants should be bound by this Code.

After an arbitral award has been made, an arbitrator should not assist in proceedings for enforcing or challenging the award.

An arbitrator who is unable to fulfill his/her functions due to, inter alia, being challenged or voluntary withdrawal from his/her office, should also have obligation to keep confidential.

Article 8 An arbitrator shall avoid impropriety or the appearance of impropriety in communicating with the parties. There shall be no private communications between an arbitrator and any of the parties.

Article 9 An arbitrator shall decide impartially and independently all the issues submitted for determination after careful deliberation. An arbitrator shall not permit outside pressure or any form of self-interest to affect his or her decisions.

An arbitrator shall not delegate the duty to decide to any other person.

Article 10 An arbitrator may engage in advertising or promotion about his/her arbitral services except for untruthful and inaccurate information.

Article 11 Where an arbitrator has contravened this Code, the Arbitration Rules or other regulations of SCIA, seriously in all circumstances, the SCIA Council’s Arbitrator Qualification and Discipline Supervision Committee is entitled to suspend the arbitrator’s qualifications in a certain case and make proposal to the SCIA’s Council for a dismissal of the arbitrator from the Panel.

Article 12 The Code is not an integral part of SCIA Arbitration Rules, and shall not constitute the basis for the judicial review of arbitral awards.

 

Article 13 The Code has been adopted by the SCIA’s Council, and shall take effect as from December 1, 2012.







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