Rules of Evidence in International Arbitration
Depositions, interrogatories and judicial notice
The IBA Rules of Evidence consider those modes of taking evidence that are generally used and accepted in modern practice. Falling outside the standard practices covered by the Rules are other procedures that may be less frequently used, but are still known to have been applied in the context of international arbitration.
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