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Study on Challenging the Arbitral Award Before an Arbitration-friendly Swiss Court

중재친화적인 스위스 국제중재의 중재판정취소의 소에 관한 연구

  • 도혜정 (대한상사중재원 중재사업본부 국내중재팀)
  • Received : 2020.01.31
  • Accepted : 2020.02.29
  • Published : 2020.03.02

Abstract

In the process of the annulment of arbitral awards, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court contributes to keeping Switzerland as a venue for international arbitration. Challenges to an award rendered in Switzerland are handled by the Swiss Supreme Court only. Furthermore, the Swiss law provides extremely limited grounds (PILA 190) for the potential challenge of the award and those are different from what model law countries have. For example, violations of the parties' agreed procedural arrangements will not be grounds for the annulment of an award in Swiss. In arbitration, the intervention of a national court is necessary to protect justice but at the same time, it can impede the process of arbitration, even making it useless. Limited intervention of the Swiss Supreme Court protects the efficiency, autonomy, and justice of international arbitration. International Arbitration has to be simple and fast to solve complex international commercial problems and to promote trade. Therefore, the process and technique to be applied on an Arbitration-friendly Swiss court should be considered.

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