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Arbitral Tribunal


According to the SCIA Arbitration Rules, the arbitral tribunal may be composed of either a sole arbitrator or three arbitrators. A case where the summary procedure applies shall be examined and heard by a sole arbitrator, while cases where the general procedure applies shall be examined and heard by three arbitrators, unless the parties agreed otherwise. The parties may also agree on how the tribunal is formed.

Generally, the parties shall appoint arbitrators from the Panel of Arbitrators provided by the SCIA.

Where the parties have agreed to appoint arbitrators from outside of the SCIA's Panel of Arbitrators, the arbitrators so appointed by the parties or nominated according to the agreement of the parties may act as co-arbitrator, presiding arbitrator or sole arbitrator, subject to confirmation by the Chairman of the SCIA in accordance with the law.

Where the parties have failed to jointly appoint the sole arbitrator or the presiding arbitrator according to the SCIA Arbitration Rules, the sole arbitrator or the presiding arbitrator shall be appointed by the Chairman of the SCIA.

The presiding arbitrator and the other two arbitrators shall jointly form an arbitral tribunal to examine and hear the case.

 

 

 






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