New York 1958 Convention for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards - International Arbitration Treaties - World Arbitration Reporter (WAR) - 2nd Edition
Domenico Di Pietro, J.D. (Rome), LLM (London), Avvocato (Italy) and Solicitor (England and Wales), Lecturer, University of Rome “Roma Tre”.
Originally from World Arbitration Reporter (WAR) - 2nd Edition
Arbitration Clauses. Under the Convention, recognition and
THE NEW YORK 1958 CONVENTION FOR THE RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN ARBITRAL AWARDS
A. Historical background
B. Text of the Convention
II. CONTRACTING STATES
B. Defining the scope of application of the Convention: methodology
1. What is arbitration under the New York Convention?
2. What is an arbitral award under the New York Convention?
3. The territorial criterion and its exception
4. The two reservations
C. Arbitration agreements: arbitrability, formal and substantive validity
D. Resisting Enforcement: Article V
E. Adjournment of the decision on enforcement: Article VI
F. More favourable right provision: Article VII
G. Further provisions of the Convention