Article[s] of ICLG-International Arbitration

  • International Arbitation 2006
What, if any, are the legal requirements of an international arbitration agreement under the laws of your country?

The basic provisions relating to the arbitration in Indonesia are set out in Law Number 30 of 1999 dated 12 August 1999 (‘Law’), and the Law stipulates that an agreement to arbitrate must be made in writing either before or after the dispute arises.

The parties to the contracts are free to determine the applicable procedural rules in (i) a written arbitration clause before the dispute arises; or (ii) a separate arbitration agreement after the dispute has arisen.

If the agreement to arbitrate is agreed by the parties after the dispute has arisen, Article 9 of the Law requires that a separate arbitration agreement must at least contain the following requirements.....

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