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Arbitration Law Handbook

Germany OVERVIEW The legislative framework for arbitration in Germany is set out in Sections 1025-1066 of the Tenth Book of the German Code of Civil Procedure. There is no distinction between domestic and international arbitrations and the law applies to all arbitrations with their seat in Germany. The law itself is substantially based upon the UNCITRAL Model Law.

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