Toepasselijk recht op de bindende kracht en de rechtsgevolgen van arbitrale uitspraken

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Abstract

This contribution focuses on the res judicata of arbitral awards. What is actually the purpose of the res judicata of an arbitral award? Should an arbitrator or a court verify ex officio whether an arbitral award had become res judicata or should this be invoked by the parties? As the parties are free to determine the manner in which and by whom dispute resolution takes place, the question arises as to which applicable law should determine the issue of an arbitral award becoming res judicata. Although the existing instruments, such as the 1958 New York Convention, deal with the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards, these instruments leave this question unanswered. These instruments are based on the principle that the Contracting States recognize the arbitral awards and that a recognized arbitral decision is binding. This contribution discusses the different approaches to determining the res judicata effect of an arbitral award.
Original languageDutch
Article number2020-564
Pages (from-to)699-714
Number of pages16
JournalNederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht
Volume38
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2020

Keywords

  • internationaal privaatrecht
  • procesrecht
  • arbitrage
  • res iudicata
  • Gezag van gewijsde

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