ICC Award Checklist (1998, 2012 and 2017 ICC Arbitration Rules, English version)

No. Free0019

ISBN : Free0019

This Checklist is intended to provide arbitrators acting under the ICC Rules of Arbitration with guidance when drafting awards. It does not constitute an exhaustive, mandatory or otherwise binding document. It should not be thought to reflect the opinion of the members of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce or of its Secretariat, but is simply intended to facilitate the arbitrators’ mission. Moreover, this Checklist is not exhaustive of issues that may be raised by the ICC Court.

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ICC Award Checklist is also available in:

French: LISTE DE VÉRIFICATION DES SENTENCES CCI

German: CHECKLISTE FÜR SCHIEDSSPRÜCHE DER ICC

Portuguese: LISTA DE VERIFICAÇÃO PARA SENTENÇAS ARBITRAIS DA CCI

Spanish: LISTA DE VERIFICACIÓN DE LOS LAUDOS DE LA CCI 

Code ISBN : Free0019
Number of pages : 2
Publishing date : 2016-04-03
Language : English

1. General

2. Identification of the Parties, their Representatives and the Arbitrator(s)

3. Arbitration and Choice-of-Law Agreements

4. History of the Arbitral Proceedings

5. Jurisdiction

6. Cost of the Arbitration (Final Awards only)

7. Dispositive Section, Place of Arbitration, Date, Signature

Prepared by the International Court of Arbitration and the International Center for ADR of ICC.