Arbitration for disputes in trade between the United States and the Argentine Republic (Google eBook)

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Chamber of commerce of the United States, 1919 - Arbitration and award - 30 pages
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Page 19 - ... for hearing and decision pursuant to the agreement between the Chamber of Commerce of Buenos Aires, and the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, put into force on...
Page 18 - A controversy, dispute or matter of difference between the undersigned having arisen and relating to a subject matter the nature of which, briefly stated, is as follows : We do hereby voluntarily submit the same and all matters concerning the same to as Arbitrator, selected by us from the " LIST OF OFFICIAL ARBITRATORS...
Page 28 - Stenographers' fees: the usual remuneration; (NOTE. — The fees for Stenographer are based on the following : 25 cents per folio of 10 lines, and 5 cents per folio each for the second and third copies.) If the Deposit appears insufficient to the Clerk, or becomes exhausted, he shall call upon the parties equally for such further sums as may be required : any balance to be refunded as the Arbitrators may decide.
Page 24 - The Chamber of Commerce will provide the parties who submit to Arbitration under its rules, with adequate room and all necessary forms and papers free of charge, and through its Committee on Arbitration, will endeavor to do or cause to be done all such acts as it properly may do for the purpose of assisting the parties and the Arbitrators in the course of an Arbitration.
Page 29 - Clerk of the Committee on Arbitration shall be as follows: He shall receive and file all Submissions, all copies of awards, give notice of all hearings, keep a docket of all cases, and such other books and memoranda as the Committee shall from time to time direct. He shall render all necessary assistance to the Arbitrators, attend to their clerical work; receive and disburse all fees and costs and keep careful and accurate account thereof, under the supervision of the Committee on Arbitration.
Page 27 - Party" or "Parties" is used in these rules it shall refer to the parties to the Submission, and wherever the word "Arbitrator
Page 10 - All disputed questions which may occasion controversy relating to this contract shall be submitted to arbitration under the rules adopted jointly by the Chamber of Commerce of Buenos Aires and the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America." The inclusion in the contract of the words "Clause AA A" shall be equivalent to the total inscription of the foregoing uniform clause.
Page 9 - Chambers will urge that in all matters between merchants of the Argentine Republic and the United States of America there should be inserted a standard clause to the effect that in the event of controversy concerning interpretation, fulfillment, or performance of the contract such •controversy shall be submitted to arbitration under rules agreed upon between the Chamber of Commerce of Buenos Aires and the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America.
Page 27 - Arbitrators" is used it shall refer to the Arbitrator or Arbitrators as the case may be, whether there are one or more. Whenever the word "Committee" is used, it shall refer to the Committee on Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce. Whenever the word "Clerk" is used, it refers to the Clerk of the Committee on Arbitration.
Page 9 - An Agreement between the Chamber of Commerce of Buenos Aires and the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America whereby these organizations, seeking to inspire and maintain confidence in the business relations between citizens or residents of their respective countries, provide a system of arbitration for settlement of commercial disputes in an impartial, inexpensive and expeditious manner. Section 1. Advocacy of Arbitration. The two Chambers will urge that in all matters between merchants...

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