7 J. Arb. Stud. 3 (1997)

handle is hein.journals/jarbstu7 and id is 1 raw text is: Adoptions of the UNCITRAL Model
Arbitration Law:
A continuing success story*
by Prof. Dr. Gerold Herrmann**

o]     iZ!- x1 1A   ,?.c1 4-    Prof. Dr, Gerold Herrmannol 1997. 10. 25
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** Secretary of UNCITRAL (the views expressed in this paper are personal ones and
do not necessarily reflect the views of the Organisation); Member of ICCA, LCIA-Court,
Presiding Council of International Arbitration Court of Austrian Economic Chamber,
Consultative Commission of WIPO Arbitration Center.

A. Introductory conclusion
73. Reasons for the project are reasons for adoption
C. Unique features and advantages of the Model Law
I . Universal origin of the Model Law
II. Universal design and global attention
111. Worldwide acceptability in rather different countries
D. Rare deviations from the consensual Model
E. Additional issues not covered by Model Law
F. Towards uniformity embracing variety

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