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Construction of an arbitration agreement; Reference to a non-existing
German arbitration institution.
By referring to “arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration Rules of
the German Central Chamber of Commerce” (“Schiedsregeln der
deutschen zentralen Handelskammer”), the parties had made it clear that
they wanted to submit their disputes to arbitral proceedings administered
by an arbitration institution set up by the German Chambers of Industry
and Commerce. This must be interpreted as meaning the German
Institution of Arbitration (“DIS”).
Parties: X (Turkey) Y (Denmark)
Place of arbitration: Germany
Place of court procedure: Germany
The Decision was published in Betriebsberater, Recht und Praxis der
Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit (RPS), Beilage 8 zu Heft 37/2000, Heidelberg,
Germany, 2. Halbjahr, page 13.
In 1999, X, a Turkish company, started arbitral proceedings against Y, a
Danish company, with the German Institution of Arbitration (“DIS” –
Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit), based on an arbitration
agreement contained in a contract concluded by the parties in May 1998.