A. LEGISLATION, TRENDS AND TENDENCIES A.1 Legislative Framework Arbitration in Chile is primarily governed by the Organic Code of Courts (“OCC”), the Code of Civil Procedure (“CCP”) and Law 19.971 on International Commercial Arbitration (the “ICA Law”), which is entirely based on the UNCITRAL Model Law). There were no significant legislative changes in arbitration law in Chile during 2013. B. CASES In 2013, two cases relating to the application of the ICA Law were worth noting. Both cases involved a recurso de queja, or complaint appeal, to the Supreme Court to challenge an arbitral award in the context of an international arbitration. In each case, as described below, the Supreme Court declared the complaint appeal impermissible against an arbitral award in the context of an international arbitration.