arbitrability


arbitrability
n юр.
подсудность (дела, спора) арбитражу

English-russian dctionary of diplomacy. 2014.

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  • procedural arbitrability — USA The issue, usually determined by the arbitrator, of whether the parties have complied with the terms of the arbitration clause or agreement, such as conditions on time limits and giving proper notice to the other party. Practical Law… …   Law dictionary

  • Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital v. Mercury Constr. Corp. — Cone Mem. Hosp. v. Mercury Constr. Corp. Supreme Court of the United States Argued November 2, 1982 D …   Wikipedia

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  • Mandatory arbitration — is a contract policy that prevents a conflict from receiving judicial attention. In a mandatory arbitration, liability for damages must be determined as a result of an arbitration process before a civil lawsuit can be filed in the court system.… …   Wikipedia

  • First Options v. Kaplan — SCOTUSCase Litigants=First Options v. Kaplan ArgueDate=March 22 ArgueYear=1995 DecideDate=May 22 DecideYear=1995 FullName=First Options of Chicago, Incorporated, Petitioner v. Manuel Kaplan, et us. and MK Investments, Incorporated USVol=514… …   Wikipedia


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