UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON
INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
see this article in the full MAL
Article 8. Arbitration agreement and substantive claim before court
(1) A court before which an action is brought in a matter which is the subject of an arbitration
agreement shall, if a party so requests not later than when submitting his first statement on the
substance of the dispute, refer the parties to arbitration unless it finds that the agreement is null
and void, inoperative or incapable of being performed.
(2) Where an action referred to in paragraph (1) of this article has been brought, arbitral
proceedings may nevertheless be commenced or continued, and an award may be made, while the
issue is pending before the court.
SEE ALSO THE SEPARATE ENTRIES FOR THE OTHER SECTIONS OF
- ABN Amro Bank Canada v. Krupp Mak Maschinenbau GmbH
- ATM Compute GmbH v. DY 4 Systems, Inc.
- A. Bianchi S.R.L. v. Bilumen Lighting Ltd.
- Bitumat Ltd. v. Multicom Ltd.
- BWV Investments Ltd. v. Saskferco Products Inc., UHDE-GmbH, et al.
- Canada Packers Inc. et al. v. Terra Nova Tankers Inc. et al.
- Canadian National Railway Company, Grand Trunk Western Railroad Incorporated, St. Clair Tunnel Company
and St. Clair Tunnel Construction Company. v. Lovat Tunnel Equipment Inc.
- Jean Charbonneau v. Les Industries A.C. Davie Inc. et. al.
- China State Construction Engineering Corporation, Guangdong Branch v. Madiford Limited
- Coopers and Lybrand Limited (Trustee) for BC Navigation S.A. (Bankrupt)
- Deco Automotive Inc. v. G.P.A. Gesellschaft Fur Pressenautomation MbH
- Duferco International Investment Holding (Guernsey) Ltd. v. Pan Financial Insurance Co.
- The Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (PTA Bank) v. Elanne (Pvt.) Ltd. and R.G. Paterson and M. E. Paterson
- Fibreco Pulp Inc. v. Star Shipping A/S
- Fung Sang Trading Limited v. Kai Sun Sea Products and Food Company Limited
- Gulf Canada Resources Ltd. v. Arochem International Ltd.
- Iberfreight S.A. et al. v. Ocean Star Container Line AG and J.W. Lunstedt KG
- Joong and Shipping Co. Limited v. Choi Chong-sick (alias Choi Chong-sik) and Chu Ghin Ho trading as Chang Ho Company
- Krutov v. Vancouver Hockey Club Limited
- Lucky-Goldstar International (H.K.) Limited v. Ng Moo Kee Engineering Limited
- Mind Star Toys Inc. v. Samsung Co. Ltd.
- Miramichi Pulp and Paper Inc. v. Canadian Pacific Bulk Ship Services Ltd.
- Nanisivik Mines Ltd. and Zinc Corporation of America v. Canarctic Shipping Co. Ltd.
- Nanisivik Mines Ltd. and Zinc Corporation of America v. F.C.R.S. Shipping Ltd., Canarctic Shipping Co. Ltd. et al.
- Navionics Inc. v. Flota Maritima Mexicana S.A. et al.
- NetSys Technology Group AB v. Open Text Corp.
- Queensland Sugar Corp. v. "Hanjin Jedda" (The)
- Relais Nordik v. Secunda Marine Services Limited
- Rio Algom Limited v. Sammi Steel Co.
- Ruhrkohle Handel Inter GMBH and National Steel Corp. et al. v. Fednav Ltd. and Federal Pacific (Liberia) Ltd. and Federal Calumet (The)
- Stancroft Trust Limited, Berry and Klausner v. Can-Asia Capital Company, Limited, Mandarin Capital Corporation and Asiamerica Capital Limited
- Temiskaming Hospital v. Integrated Medical Networks, Inc.
- Traff et al. v. Evancic et al.
- Waste Management Services v. City of Harare
- William Company v. Chu Kong Agency Co. Ltd. and Guangzhou Ocean Shipping Company
- York Airconditioning & Refrigeration Inc. v. Lam Kwai Hung Trading as North Sea A/C
- Zhan Jiang E & T Dev Area Service Head Co. v. An Hau Company Limited
- Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation v. Flame Lily Broadcasting (Pvt.) Ltd.
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