A fundamental dimension of the UNCITRAL approach to its 1976 Rules is that those rules allow for unadministered arbitration, that is, that there need not be a supervising institution such as the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) or the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA). However, that choice created the need for some third party to take the place of a supervising institution for a minimum set of situations where the parties themselves are unable to resolve a question. Examples include selection of an arbitrator where one side fails to so...
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