Submissions, Deadlines and Default - Chapter 12 - Arbitration Law of Russia: Practice and Procedure
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Originally from: Arbitration Law of Russia: Practice and Procedure
12.1. SUBMISSIONS: CONTENT AND FORM
Comprehensive written submissions are a well-established feature of the international arbitration process.1
According to writers on the legal theory of international commercial arbitration, in particular Professor Bernard Hanotiau, in civil law, written submissions are not limited to summary assertions of ultimate facts; they tell a story, contain allegations of material and evidentiary fact and make legal arguments.2 This holds true for international commercial arbitration in Russia.
However, statutory provisions in this respect are rather limited. Art. 23 of the Arbitration Act provides that:
“[w]ithin the period of time agreed by the parties or determined by the arbitral tribunal, the claimant shall state the facts supporting his claim, the points at issue and the relief or remedy sought, and the respondent shall state his defence in respect of these particulars, unless the parties have otherwise agreed as to the required elements of such statements. The parties may submit with their statements all documents they consider to be relevant or may add a reference to the documents or other evidence they will submit”.
SUBMISSIONS, DEADLINES AND DEFAULT
12.1 Submissions: Content and Form
12.2 Legal Deadlines and Effect of Non-Compliance