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분야 : 사회과학 > 법학
발행기관 : 고려대학교 법학연구원
간행물정보 : The Asian Business Lawyer, 2012 pp.73~87 (총 15pages)
 
 
영문초록
The Evolution of the conflicts rules of arbitration agreements in China can be divided into three stages: Before the "Interpretation 2006" was issued by the Supreme People`s Court, when designating the applicable law of the arbitration agreement the Chinese courts followed the judicial practices developed for a long time; the "Interpretation 2006" provides clear guidelines for the courts to assign the law applicable to the arbitration agreement, but the rigidity of the conflicts rules in the "Interpretation 2006" often results in the arbitration agreements being held invalid because in most if not all the cases the Chinese law will be determined as the lex causae of the arbitration agreements, greatly frustrating the parties` expectation to have their disputes settled through arbitration; the newly promulgated Law on the Application of Laws to the Foreign-Related Civil Matters (CPIL) contains a set of specific conflict rules of arbitration agreement, but such a provision is no but the old wine in the new bottle, causing more uncertainty and even contradictory results. The author analyzes the main approaches adopted in other jurisdictions in determining the validity of arbitration agreements and proposes the possible reform in Arbitration Law in China.
 
 
Conflicts rules, Arbitration agreements, Interpretation 2006, Reform
 
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