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Jede der hier angeführten Klauseln regelt einen unterschiedlichen Typus eines Dispute Boards, dem ein schiedsgerichtliches Verfahren als letztes Rechtsmittel folgen kann falls der Konflikt nicht durch das Dispute Board gelöst wird.

 

Es steht den Vertragsparteien frei zu wählen, welcher Typus eines Dispute Boards der für ihren Vertrag oder ihren Technologiebereich der am besten Geeignete ist. elbstverständlich kann die jeweilige Klausel den konkreten Bedingungen angepasst werden, z.B. hinsichtlich der Anzahl der Schiedsrichter, der Wahl der Schiedssprache oder des Schiedsortes.

 

Bei Einarbeitung einer Dispute Board Klausel sollten die Vertragsparteien seine Vollstreckbarkeit unter dem anwendbaren Recht vorab prüfen. Auf Wunsch können diese Dispute Board Klauseln nicht nur in englischer, sondern auch in französischer oder spanischer Sprache zur Verfügung gestellt werden.

 

ICC Dispute Review Board followed by ICC arbitration if required

 

“The Parties hereby agree to establish a Dispute Review Board ("DRB") in accordance with the Dispute Board Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (the "Rules"), which are incorporated herein by reference. The DRB shall have [one/three/X] member[s] appointed in this Contract or appointed pursuant to the Rules.

 

All disputes arising out of or in connection with the present Contract shall be submitted, in the first instance, to the DRB in accordance with the Rules. For any given dispute, the DRB shall issue a Recommendation in accordance with the Rules.

If any Party fails to comply with a Recommendation, when required to do so pursuant to the Rules, the other Party may refer the failure itself, without having to refer it to the DRB first, to arbitration under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said Rules of Arbitration. A Party that has failed to comply with a Recommendation, when required to do so pursuant to the Rules, shall not raise any issue as to the merits of the Recommendation as a defence to its failure to comply without delay with the Recommendation.

 

If any Party sends a written notice to the other Party and the DRB expressing its dissatisfaction with a Recommendation, as provided in the Rules, or if the DRB does not issue the Recommendation within the time limit provided in the Rules, or if the DRB is disbanded pursuant to the Rules prior to issuing the Recommendation, the dispute shall be finally settled under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said Rules of Arbitration.”

 

ICC Dispute Adjudication Board followed by ICC arbitration if required

 

“The Parties hereby agree to establish a Dispute Adjudication Board ("DAB") in accordance with the Dispute Board Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (the "Rules"), which are incorporated herein by reference. The DAB shall have [one/three/X] member[s] appointed in this Contract or appointed pursuant to the Rules.

 

All disputes arising out of or in connection with the present Contract shall be submitted, in the first instance, to the DAB in accordance with the Rules. For any given dispute, the DAB shall issue a Decision in accordance with the Rules.*

 

If any Party fails to comply with a Decision, when required to do so pursuant to the Rules, the other Party may refer the failure itself, without having to refer it to the DAB first, to arbitration under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said Rules of Arbitration. A Party that has failed to comply with a Decision, when required to do so pursuant to the Rules, shall not raise any issue as to the merits of the Decision as a defence to its failure to comply without delay with the Decision.

 

If any Party sends a written notice to the other Party and the DAB expressing its dissatisfaction with a Decision, as provided in the Rules, or if the DAB does not issue the Decision within the time limit provided in the Rules, or if the DAB is disbanded pursuant to the Rules prior to issuing the Decision, the dispute shall be finally settled under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said Rules of Arbitration.”

 

[* Die Vertragsparteien können auf Wunsch vorsehen, dass die Internationale Handelskammer ICC die DAB Entscheidung nachprüft indem sie folgenden Text in der oben markierten Stelle einfügen: “The DAB shall submit each Decision to the ICC for review in accordance with Article 23 of the Rules.”]

 

ICC Combined Dispute Board followed by ICC arbitration if required

 

“The Parties hereby agree to establish a Combined Dispute Board ("CDB") in accordance with the Dispute Board Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (the "Rules"), which are incorporated herein by reference. The CDB shall have [one/three/X] member[s] appointed in this Contract or appointed pursuant to the Rules.

 

All disputes arising out of or in connection with the present Contract shall be submitted, in the first instance, to the CDB in accordance with the Rules. For any given dispute, the CDB shall issue a Recommendation, unless the Parties agree that it shall render a Decision or it decides to do so upon the request of a Party and in accordance with the Rules.*

 

If any Party fails to comply with a Recommendation or a Decision, when required to do so pursuant to the Rules, the other Party may refer the failure itself, without having to refer it to the CDB first, to arbitration under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said Rules of Arbitration. A Party that has failed to comply with a Recommendation or a Decision, when required to do so pursuant to the Rules, shall not raise any issue as to the merits of the Recommendation or the Decision as a defence to its failure to comply without delay with the Recommendation or the Decision.

 

If any Party sends a written notice to the other Party and the CDB expressing its dissatisfaction with a Recommendation or a Decision, as provided in the Rules, or if the CDB does not issue the Recommendation or the Decision within the time limit provided in the Rules, or if the CDB is disbanded pursuant to the Rules prior to issuing the Recommendation or the Decision, the dispute shall be finally settled under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said Rules of Arbitration.”

 

[*Die Vertragsparteien können auf Wunsch vorsehen, dass die Internationale Handelskammer ICC die CDB Entscheidung nachprüft indem sie folgenden Text in der oben markierten Stelle einfügen: “The CDB shall submit each Decision to the ICC for review in accordance with Article 23 of the Rules.”]

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