UNCITRAL - Model Law

The Model Law is designed to assist States in reforming and modernizing their laws on arbitral procedure so as to take into account the particular features and needs of international commercial arbitration. It covers all stages of the arbitral process from the arbitration agreement, the composition and jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal and the extent of court intervention through to the recognition and enforcement of the arbitral award. It reflects worldwide consensus on key aspects of international arbitration practice having been accepted by States of all regions and the different legal or economic systems of the world (source: UNCITRAL).


2008: Sales No. E.08.V.4 (ISBN 978-92-1-133773-0)
UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration 1985, with amendments as adopted in 2006