1. On 18 April 2014, the Tribunal set out its Rulings on the Claimant’s additional requests for document production dated 24 March 2014 (“Documents Ruling”) in which it sustained some of the Claimant’s requests. Paragraph 13.1.13 of Procedural Order No. 1 provides that if a party wishes to place on the record any documents produced in the additional round of document production, it must do so no later than 10 days before the hearing. In its Documents Ruling, the Tribunal acknowledged that this was not possible in this instance, and extended the date for placing documents on the record until Friday, 25 April 2014.
2. On 18 April 2014, the Claimant:
(a) Submitted one document produced by the Respondent following the additional round of document production;
(b) Reserved its rights to place on the record Arabic documents produced in the additional round of document production;
(c) Sought the Tribunal’s permission to submit five new documents on the record. These documents were not ones that had been produced in the additional round of document production, but were allegedly “responsive to new issues raised in Respondent’s Rejoinder and supporting submissions”; and
(d) Sought the Tribunal’s permission to submit the remainder of an exhibit that had allegedly been submitted in incomplete form by the Respondent (“Claimant’s Application”).