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Art. UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules (2010)
Art. UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules (1976)
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Art. Law on the court of arbitrations in the Russian Federation
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2.2.1 The arbitrator holds shares, either directly or indirectly, in one of the parties or an affiliate of one of the parties that is privately held.

2.2.2 A close family member[1] of the arbitrator has a significant financial interest in the outcome of the dispute.

2.2.3 The arbitrator or a close family member of the arbitrator has a close relationship with a third party who may be liable to recourse on the part of the unsuccessful party in the dispute.



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  1. Throughout the Application Lists, the term ‘close family member’ refers to a spouse, sibling, child, parent or life partner.

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