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Razkritje listinskih dokazov v mednarodni arbitraži
Prijatelj, Jan (Author), Galič, Aleš (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V zadnjem času se z razvojem in seznanjenostjo gospodarskih subjektov z arbitražnim postopkom čedalje več sporov rešuje s tem postopkom. Dostopnost, hitrost izvedbe in prilagodljivost arbitražnega postopka so lastnosti, ki vzbujajo interes mnogih gospodarskih subjektov za ta postopek, a prav preprostost reševanja sporov z mednarodnega vidika je za mnoge stranke glavni motiv, da pristanejo na arbitražo. Kljub načelni težnji po uskladitvi arbitražnega reševanja sporov se prav pri enem izmed ključnih elementov prava, dokazovanju, pojavljajo številne dileme zaradi stika dveh največjih svetovnih pravnih sistemov. Razkritje dokazov kot instrument sistema 'common law' glede predložitve dokaznega materiala nasprotne stranke, ki stremi k iskanju objektivne resnice, prav v arbitraži trči ob toga kontinentalna pravila, ki temeljijo na načelu, da naj vsakdo predloži dokaze, ki jih je zbral sam. V tem magistrskem delu bom poskušal predstaviti vse vidike različnih ureditev predložitve dokazov, proučil njihove posledice in predstavil, kako na ta trk dveh sistemov vpliva arbitražno pravo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:razkritje listinskih dokazov, mednarodna arbitraža, razkritje dokumentov, discovery, disclosure, diskrecija arbitražnih tribunalov, dokazni postopek v mednarodni arbitraži
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Year:2017
COBISS.SI-ID:15797329 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Document production in international arbitration
Abstract:
In the last few decades the development and global recognition of arbitral process led to increasing number of disputes being resolved by international arbitration. Availability, speed and flexibility of the arbitral process are the main characteristics that interest and in lot of cases convince parties to resolve their disputes trough international arbitral tribunals. However one of the main reasons for the global appeal of international arbitration is the simplicity of resolving disputes coming from different countries and consequently different jurisdictions. Although international arbitration undergo an extensive harmonisation process through last few decades, the evidentiary procedure still opens important questions as the two world’s largest law traditions look on it in different ways. Principles and rules on document production are entirely different in common law and civil law systems. Nevertheless, slight rapprochements between the systems could be observed during the last decades. For arbitration practitioners, the understanding of both civil law and common law concepts is of paramount importance therefore this work will try to present the different views on document production in international arbitration and how international arbitration is reaction on this ‘clash’ of common law and civil law understanding and expectations of document production.

Keywords:international arbitration, document production, IBA Rules of Evidence, Discovery, Disclosure, documentary evidence, tribunal’s discretion, evidentiary procedure

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