Diana Gorun



The Arbitration Ruling

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The arbitration ruling is binding on the parties under the arbitration convention and the law, and it is treated as a final judgment. The arbitration ruling is a jurisdictional act through which the arbitral court, composed of arbitrators appointed by the parties in the arbitration agreement or under that convention, settles with a certain procedure. The arbitral ruling is enforceable and forcefully executed as a judgment.


Arbitration, convention, international trade, agreement


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Diana Gorun. (2016) The Arbitration Ruling. International Journal of Economics and Management Systems, 1, 270-278


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