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All documents for the issue: 112

Case law: 25 | Bibliography: 82 | Publications ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja: 5

Kraków Court of Appeal order dated 22 November 2016 Case No. I ACz 1997/16

1. Under Art. 1194 §2 of the Civil Procedure Code, in every instance, and thus also when ruling under general principles of law and equity, the arbitral tribunal shall take into consideration the provisions of the contract and the established customs applicable to the given legal relation. Such established customs include lex mercatoria (autonomous commercial law). Under either field, the basis for the resolution of the validity of the claim by the arbitral tribunal, depending on the procedural stance of the respondent, may be the relevant institution connected with the defence of setoff.

2. The legal construction of setoff may be relevant also for the dispute before the arbitral tribunal. In particular, once the dispute is pending before the tribunal, assertion by the opposing party of an effective defence (under substantive and procedural law) of setoff, depending on the substance of the overall procedural defence by the respondent in that proceeding, may exert the effect of acknowledgement of the debt by the party asserting that defence in the proceeding, and in further consequence lead to a kind of modification of the dispute in the proceeding (depending on the position of the party initiating the proceeding), which becomes an evaluation of the existence of the claim covered by that defence.

3. In a situation in which the existence of the claim determined exclusively by the defence of setoff constitutes the subject of the dispute in another proceeding, there are no grounds for finding that the plaintiff has a legal interest in obtaining a declaration that it was effectively set off. … Given such arrangement of the procedural relations between the parties, the arbitration agreement made by the parties applies to issues covered by the agreement within the meaning of Civil Procedure Code Art. 1161 (as it is connected with the issue of effective performance by the respondent of the obligation covered by the agreement), and it cannot be found that the agreement has ceased to be in force (Art. 1165 §2).

4. The construction of the institution of setoff in the specific conditions of the proceeding before the arbitral tribunal may speak in favour of considering it in that proceeding (if it was connected with acknowledgement of the claim covered by the arbitration agreement), unless the permissibility of asserting such defence (e.g. in a proceeding for an order for payment) is expressly excluded. Analogous reasons may constitute a basis for refusing enforcement of the arbitration award by the state court under Civil Procedure Code Art. 1214 §3(2).

5. After an arbitration award is enforced by issuance of an enforcement clause for the award pursuant to Civil Procedure Code Art. 1214 §2 (also considering the repealed portion of Art. 777 §1(2)) of the code), the award constitutes a writ of enforcement coming from a court, and consequently Art. 840 of the code may be applicable.

6. Leaving to the court the discretion to select the method of security does not mean that the choice can be arbitrary. The court is bound by the demand stated by the party applying for the security as to the method of security, the nature of which may relate only to the purpose of the proceeding, and in consequence may not affect the realm of procedural actions the other party is entitled to by law in terms of its freedom to exercise the legal means afforded to it in another proceeding. There is no justification in the civil procedure regulations in question for obstructing the course of proceedings before an arbitral tribunal.

Data wydania: 22-11-2016 | Sygnatura: I ACz 1997/16

Key issues: interim measures, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20435

Judgment of the Court of Justice of 13 May 2015, Gazprom

Council Regulation (EC) No 44/2001 of 22 December 2000 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters must be interpreted as not precluding a court of a Member State from recognising and enforcing, or from refusing to recognise and enforce, an arbitral award prohibiting a party from bringing certain claims before a court of that Member State, since that regulation does not govern the recognition and enforcement, in a Member State, of an arbitral award issued by an arbitral tribunal in another Member State.

Data wydania: 13-05-2015 | Sygnatura: C-536/13

Key issues: New York Convention, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 20392

Kraków Court of Appeal judgment dated 8 May 2015 Case No. I ACa 255/15

1. The obligation to exhaust the route of negotiations before seeking arbitration is not a provision that invalidates the arbitration clause.

2. Submission to arbitration of disputes under a contractual relationship means submission to arbitration of all claims, including tort claims

Data wydania: 08-05-2015 | Sygnatura: I ACa 255/15

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20402

Polish Supreme Court judgment dated 19 March 2015 Case No. IV CSK 443/14

1. The FIDIC conditions are a set of procedures and conditions describing the course of construction projects. Among other things, they describe the rights and obligations of the participants in the construction process, including in clause 20 the procedure for disputes and arbitration. … Interpretation of the provisions included in the FIDIC conditions included in the contract in force between the parties is made in accordance with the principles of interpretation of declarations of will (contracts) set forth in Art. 56 and Art. 65 §§ 1 and 2 of the Civil Code.

2. Pursuant to FIDIC clause 20.4, “If a dispute (of any kind whatsoever) arises between the Parties in connection with, or arising out of, the Contract or the execution of the Works, … either Party may refer the dispute in writing to the DAB [dispute adjudication board]”. The use of the word “may” in this clause should be understood only to mean that pursuit of claims is a right and not an obligation of a party. But if the party does decide to pursue the claim, according to FIDIC clause 20 it must submit the claim to a dispute adjudication board.

3. Pursuant to FIDIC clause 20.8, “If a dispute arises between the Parties in connection with, or arising out of, the Contract or the execution of the Works and there is no DAB [dispute adjudication board] in place, whether by reason of the expiry of the DAB’s appointment or otherwise: Sub-Clause 20.4 [Obtaining Dispute Adjudication Board’s Decision] and Sub-Clause 20.5 [Amicable Settlement] shall not apply, and the dispute may be referred directly to arbitration under Sub-Clause 20.6 [Arbitration].” Under the circumstances of this case, the possibility of referring the dispute directly to arbitration arose “otherwise,” i.e. by the parties’ failure to agree on the composition of the dispute adjudication board and failure by either of them to apply to the appointing authority to appoint the DAB.

4. The fundamental principles of the legal order are fundamental constitutional principles and the leading principles governing specific fields of substantive and procedural law.

Data wydania: 19-03-2015 | Sygnatura: IV CSK 443/14

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 20395

Katowice Appellate Court order dated 8 May 2014 Case No. V ACz 343/14

1. Clause 20.8 of the [FIDIC Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build] could apply in all instances where the parties did not decide for whatever reason to submit a dispute to the Dispute Adjudication Board. This conclusion is also justified by the placement of this provision. After detailed provisions concerning dispute resolution, at the end of the conditions of contract the parties decided to include a kind of savings clause maintaining the arbitration clause
in force regardless of whether the procedures provided for earlier were followed or not.

2. The argument that the arbitration clause gave the party initiating the proceeding the exclusive choice of which court the dispute should be resolved by should not be upheld.

3. The court of appeal did not share the view that the defence [of the arbitration clause] could be asserted at the latest at the stage of the dispute adjudication procedure conducted between the parties.

Data wydania: 08-05-2014 | Sygnatura: V ACz 343/14

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20148

Gdańsk Court of Appeal judgment dated 28 November 2013 Case No. I ACa 550/13

1. The view cannot be shared that in connection with the dispute that had arisen the contractor should have brought about the appointment of a dispute adjudication board and presented the dispute to it, and the consequence of failure to take such actions is the loss of the possibility of effectively pursuing the claim. The section [of the FIDIC contract conditions] on Claims, Disputes and Arbitration does not provide for such sanctions.

2. In proceedings before the arbitration court the arbitrators are not bound by decisions of the [FIDIC] dispute adjudication board, whose decisions should be treated as evidence in the case. The decision by the dispute adjudication board cannot be treated analogously to an arbitration award, nor is the proceeding before the board a part of the proceeding before the arbitration court.

3. The contracting entity was properly informed of the need to perform additional works and did not dispute the need to perform them. It thus may not effectively allege that payment for such works violates fundamental principles of the legal order because public monies were involved in financing the works.

Data wydania: 28-11-2013 | Sygnatura: I ACa 550/13

Key issues: arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 20396

Polish Supreme Court order dated 7 November 2013 Case No. V CSK 545/12

1. Under the circumstances of the specific case, it is essential that the parties making an arbitration clause fulfilled the requirements set forth in Civil Procedure Code Art. 1161 §1 to adequately identify the subject matter of the arbitration clause. Precise determination of this must adequately identify the legal relationship which is subject to submission to the arbitration court for consideration.

2. Submission to an arbitration court of disputes arising out of a contractual relationship demarcates its authority to determine the existence, effectiveness and validity of the contract, any claims for performance of the contract, claims arising in the event of non-performance or improper performance of the contract, claims for restoration of consideration provided without foundation which arise in the event of the ineffectiveness of the contract or renunciation of the contract, tort claims if they arise out of an event which constitutes non-performance or improper performance of the contract, and, depending on the parties’ agreement, disputes arising against the background of a settlement concluded with respect to a claim arising out of the contract which contained an arbitration clause.

3. An arbitration clause concerns the broadly understood jurisdiction of the court to consider a case, and its fundamental effect is exclusion of the jurisdiction of the state courts in favour of the authority of the arbitration court. It therefore falls within the broadly understood functional definition of a procedural act, highlighting its subject matter and effects and the assumption that procedural acts should not be limited to unilateral acts.

4. There are exceptions to the rule that an arbitration clause is binding on the parties that made it, including exceptions concerning expansion of the bounds of the arbitration clause to include persons who are legal successors of the parties, under general as well as specific grounds, within the legal relationship submitted to consideration by the arbitration court.

5. The scope of examination of a court considering the defence of an arbitration clause which if granted would result in dismissal of the statement of claim (Civil Procedure Code Art. 1165 §1) includes not only determination of the fact of existence of the agreement submitting the dispute to consideration by the arbitration court, but also whether the plaintiff’s claim, as expressed in the relief sought and the factual allegations in support of the claim, falls within the subjective and objective scope of the agreement. The necessity to consider this defence at the stage before joining issue on the merits of the case cannot be regarded as meaning that it is impermissible to address any substantive legal issues at all. If therefore the allegation that the claim asserted in the statement of claim falls within the scope of an arbitration clause requires examination of the content of the contract and the mutual intent of the parties that concluded it, the court may not decline to make such findings and resolve these issues.

Data wydania: 07-11-2013 | Sygnatura: V CSK 545/12

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20226

Polish Supreme Court judgment dated 28 January 2011 (Case No. I CSK 231/10)

1. An arbitration court may rule on its own jurisdiction in a proceeding in which a claim has been filed (Civil Procedure Code Art. 1180 §1), including also in a separate order. In the regulations concerning procedure before the arbitration court, the Parliament did not provide a basis for issuance of an award dismissing a statement of claim commencing a proceeding before the arbitration court, including in a situation where the arbitration court finds that it has no jurisdiction to decide the dispute. It follows from these provisions that in instances indicated in Civil Procedure Code Art. 1190 §1, 1196 §1 and 1198, the arbitration court shall issue an order discontinuing the proceeding. It should thus be accepted that the arbitration court shall issue such an order also when, after beginning to receive evidence in the matter, it finds that the proceeding cannot continue because of the lack of an arbitration clause or the invalidity of such agreement. Conducting the proceeding and issuing an award then becomes impossible for a reason other than that stated in Civil Procedure Code Art. 1198 (1) and the beginning of (2).

2. The nature of a ruling issued by a court, including by an arbitration court, is decided by the substance of the ruling, and not the name or external form which the court gave to the ruling .... The ruling challenged by the claimant in the petition to set aside the arbitration award ... was not—contrary to the name used—an arbitration award, but in light of the nature of the determination made therein, an order.

3. An order discontinuing the proceedings before the arbitration court because of the lack of a valid arbitration clause, or an order dismissing the statement of claim for this reason, is a ruling ending the proceeding before the arbitration court, in which the court rules on its own lack of jurisdiction in the matter. While an order by the arbitration court in which the arbitration court denies a defence of the lack of the arbitration court’s jurisdiction may be challenged before the common court by either of the parties within two weeks (Civil Procedure Code Art. 1180 §3), the Parliament did not provide for the opportunity to challenge before the common court an order by the arbitration court in which the arbitration court rules that it lacks jurisdiction in the matter. Upon issuance of such ruling, a proceeding before the common courts is open to the parties interested in resolution of the dispute, and they may exercise their right of access to the courts in such proceeding.

4. A negative determination by the arbitration court as to its own jurisdiction in a matter is a final ruling and is not subject to review by the common court. A ruling by the arbitration court finding that it lacks jurisdiction in the matter may thus not be challenged by a petition to set aside an arbitration award as provided by Civil Procedure Code Art. 1205 ff.

Data wydania: 28-01-2011 | Sygnatura: I CSK 231/10

Key issues: arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 20362

Warsaw Appellate Court order dated 24 September 2009 Case No. I ACa 995/08

1. The New York Convention does not contain provisions indicating the form in which the parties should make a choice of law governing the arbitration clause. Art. V(1)[(a)] of the New York Convention does not require that the choice of law governing the arbitration clause be made in writing. The term “indication” should be interpreted to mean behaviour by a person in the form of writing, or any other behaviour that sufficiently reveals the person’s intent. Art. VI(2) of the European Convention on International Commercial Arbitration made at Geneva on 21 April 1961 uses the term “indication” without specifying the form, and thus “indication” should be interpreted as any behaviour by the parties indicating their joint intent.

2. It is not possible to conclude a settlement where, based on the nature of the disputed legal relations, the parties cannot freely dispose of the rights. Thus the appellate court holds that a dispute over the effectiveness of an agreement on sale of shares in a limited-liability company is not arbitrable.

3. The plaintiff determines who is a party when it initiates a dispute. The attribute of being a party is purely formal in nature and is not tied to the existence of a substantive legal claim, nor does it determine the jurisdiction of the arbitration court to decide the merits of the case. In a case where the arbitration court finds that it lacks jurisdiction over a “party,” it cannot be inferred that the ruling on the merits of the dispute is binding on that party. The party was not a party to the dispute on the merits because the arbitration court did not have jurisdiction over it.

4. Assessment of procedural acts of the parties in an arbitration proceeding lies within the power of the arbitration court, and a court ruling on recognition of an award may not make assessments contrary to that of the arbitration court, or assessments under the Polish Civil Procedure Code, which was not applicable in the proceeding before the arbitration court.

5. The state court is bound by the ruling of the arbitration court concerning its lack of jurisdiction to resolve specific disputes, regardless of whether the arbitration court’s interpretation of the scope of the arbitration clause was correct or not. It is clear that the arbitration court is authorized to rule on its own jurisdiction.

6. In order to decide on its jurisdiction, the arbitration court must consider the grounds for or against its jurisdiction. This cannot mean, however, that in cases in which the same issues are decisive of both the jurisdiction of the arbitration and the resolution on the merits the authority to resolve the issue of jurisdiction is also authority to decide the merits of the dispute. Otherwise the party would de facto be deprived of the ability to effectively assert the defence of lack of jurisdiction on the part of the arbitration court.

7. None of the provisions of law providing the arbitration court the authority to decide on its jurisdiction and analyze all factual and legal issues necessary to perform this task provides it a priori authority to decide the merits of the case. If the jurisdictional determination is negative, the arbitration court must refrain from deciding the merits of case. Review of the merits in such instance serves only as a basis for the jurisdictional ruling.

8. It is impermissible that res judicata effect of a ruling by the arbitration court would exert effects in Poland with respect to persons not covered by the legal finality of such ruling in the country of origin.

Data wydania: 24-09-2009 | Sygnatura: I ACa 995/08

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 20294

Polish Supreme Court order dated 5 February 2009 Case No. I CSK 311/08

Submission to an arbitration court of disputes under a contractual relationship means that the jurisdiction of the arbitration court extends to any and all claims for performance of the contract, claims arising in the event of non-performance or improper performance of the contract, claims to restore undue consideration arising in the event of invalidity of the contract or rescission of the contract, as well as tort claims if they arise out of an event that also constitutes non-performance or improper performance of the contract.

Data wydania: 05-02-2009 | Sygnatura: I CSK 311/08

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20260

Supreme Court order dated 17 May 2006 Case No. I CSK 16/06

1. Mere assertion of the defence of the existence of an arbitration clause is not grounds in any event for dismissal of a statement of claim. In order to have that effect, the defence must be justified, which is subject to the assessment of the court.

2. The task of the court is to clarify whether the resolution of the case rests with the arbitration court, which also includes assessment of the validity of the arbitration clause.

Data wydania: 17-05-2006 | Sygnatura: I CSK 16/06

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20224

Supreme Court resolution dated 24 February 2005 (Case No. III CZP 86/04)

1. The defence of an arbitration clause concerning the legal relationship between the issuer of a promissory note and the payee is also effective with respect to the issuer of the promissory note when, alongside the issuer of the note, the guarantor of the promissory note, who was not a party to the agreement submitting the dispute for resolution by the arbitration court, is also a defendant.

2. A promissory note obligation may be subject to an arbitration clause.

3. The effect of shifting the dispute onto the general ground of civil law, meaning that the resolution of the dispute requires assessment of the justification of the claim in light of the “underlying relationship” in connection with which the promissory note was issued, does not occur by the mere fact of filing defences to the order for payment. This effect depends on whether the interested party takes the relevant actions, and the court has no duty to act in this respect on its own initiative. The actions taken by the party may consist of the defendant’s assertion of defences to an order for payment with respect to the lack of grounds for the claim pursued based on the underlying relationship, or the plaintiff’s assertion, in the statement of claim or in the proceeding conducted as a result of assertion of defences to the order for payment, of allegations justifying the claim asserted also on the basis of the underlying relationship.

4. In the event of lack of actions by the parties causing the dispute to be shifted to the general ground of civil law, the dispute in the proceeding conducted pursuant to the defences against the order for payment is subject to consideration under the promissory note relationship.

5. A promissory note guarantor may defend against the holder of the note with all defences available to the person for whom he issued the guarantee, but this applies only to substantive defences (Art. 32 of the Promissory Note Law dated 28 April 1936, Journal of Laws Dz.U. 1936 No. 37 item 282), but the defence of an arbitration clause is a procedural defence. Without being a party to the agreement ... containing the arbitration clause, the defendant cannot assert the arbitration clause.

6. Civil Procedure Code Art. 72 §3 cannot be interpreted as a provision that changes the consequences of the lack of procedural grounds, and specifically as eliminating the effectiveness of an arbitration clause. If the clause is effective with respect to one substantive co-party, of any type, but is not effective with respect to the other co-party, the case with respect to the first co-party cannot be considered at all by the state court, and the statement of claim in this respect is subject to dismissal; however, with respect to the other co-party, the case is subject by consideration by the state court.

Data wydania: 24-02-2005 | Sygnatura: III CZP 86/04

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20213

Polish Supreme Court order dated 8 August 2003 Case No. V CK 486/02

1. The condition for the effectiveness of an arbitration clause under [Civil Procedure Code Art. 1105 §2] of the “foreign status” of at least one of the parties refers to the stage of conclusion of the forum selection agreement, and thus has to do with the parties to that agreement and not the parties to the dispute covered by the arbitration clause. The purpose of the forum selection clause is to submit future property disputes to an arbitration court (Civil Procedure Code Art. 697 in connection with Art. 1105 §2), and thus the effectiveness of the clause referring to an arbitration court operating abroad is determined by the forum selection agreement establishing such clause, so long as the limiting conditions listed in Civil Procedure Code Art. 1105 §2 are met at the time of conclusion of the agreement.

2. The necessity to examine the legal force and effectiveness of an arbitration clause, but according to the state of facts as of the date of conclusion of the forum selection agreement, may lead to a situation in which a foreign arbitration court will be proper to decide the dispute even though as of the date of commencement of the dispute the parties to the dispute no longer meet any of the characteristics of “foreignness” listed in Civil Procedure Code Art. 1105 §2, i.e. having a registered office abroad or operating an enterprise abroad which is connected with the dispute....

Data wydania: 08-08-2003 | Sygnatura: V CK 486/02

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20197

Polish Supreme Court order dated 15 December 2000 Case No. I CKN 1131/00

1. The ability for the dispute to be heard by the state court is excluded so long as the parties are bound by an arbitration clause. The Civil Procedure Code expressly mentions only two situations in which an arbitration clause loses force (Art. 702 §1 and 707 §2). There is no doubt, however, that this may occur also in other instances, specifically if a written agreement is concluded dissolving the clause.

2. If the parties were bound by a cooperation agreement which contains an arbitration clause, the original arbitration clause remains valid following lapse of a settlement agreement submitting enforcement of a specific claim to the state courts.

Data wydania: 15-12-2000 | Sygnatura: I CKN 1131/00

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20182

Polish Supreme Court order dated 16 March 2000 Case No. I CKN 1507/99

1. Exclusion of the jurisdiction of the court and submission of a specific dispute to the jurisdiction of the arbitration court is determined by the agreement of the parties—concluded within the framework laid down by law. With respect to the form of such contract, under the requirements of Civil Procedure Code Art. 698 §1 and Art. 1105 §2, it must be a written agreement. While both of those regulations refer to conclusion of an agreement by the parties, ... when the agreement provides for the possibility of accession to the agreement by new entities, if they make such accession such entities are bound by the contents of the entire agreement, including the arbitration clause. ... When acceding to such agreement, the new entities need not conclude a separate agreement with respect to the arbitration clause, as the declaration of the intention of accession, made in writing, also means acceptance of the arbitration clause included in the agreement. The requirement with respect to the content and the form of such agreement is thus fulfilled.

2. A foreign arbitration court may be competent to resolve a dispute between entities that do not meet any of the characteristics of “foreignness” mentioned in Civil Procedure Code Art. 1105 §2, i.e. a registered office abroad, Or operating an enterprise there which is connected with the dispute that has been instituted. … Fulfilment of such requirements, i.e. the foreign element, by any of the parties is determined as of the time of conclusion of the jurisdictional agreement, and not as of the time of commencement of the dispute between the parties who are bound by the arbitration clause.

Data wydania: 16-03-2000 | Sygnatura: I CKN 1507/99

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20172

Polish Supreme Court judgment dated 16 February 1999 Case No. I CKN 1020/98

1. An agreement vesting jurisdiction in a foreign court or an arbitration court operating abroad (Civil Procedure Code Art. 1105 §§ 1 and 2) must be preceded by the existence of domestic jurisdiction. Exclusive jurisdiction of a Polish court may, however, constitute a barrier to effective conclusion of an agreement on jurisdiction. But such barrier functions only with respect to vesting jurisdiction in a foreign state court (Civil Procedure Code Art. 1105 §1, second sentence) and does not apply with respect to vesting jurisdiction in a foreign arbitration court, which is subject only to the limitations provided in Civil Procedure Code Art. 697 §1.

2. The requirement of “foreign status” of one of the parties as a condition for the permissibility of an arbitration clause as provided for in Civil Procedure Code Art. 1105 §2, refers to the phase of conclusion of the agreement on jurisdiction, and thus applies to the parties to such agreement and not the parties to the dispute covered by the arbitration clause.

3. Civil Procedure Code Art. 1105 §2 also applies to multilateral agreements. ... In the case of a multilateral agreement, it may happen that a foreign arbitration court has jurisdiction to hear a dispute between parties that are domestic entities.

Data wydania: 16-02-1999 | Sygnatura: I CKN 1020/98

Key issues: New York Convention, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20160

Polish Supreme Court order dated 14 July 1998 Case No. III CKN 548/98

1. Submission of a dispute for resolution by an arbitration court does not definitively exclude the jurisdiction of the state court. The proceeding before the arbitration court constitutes only a fragment of the entire system of protection of the interests of the claimant.

2. The position that a proceeding before the state court, initiated by filing of a motion for interim relief to secure a claim which will be pursued before the arbitration court, becomes an independent case within the meaning of Civil Procedure Code Art. 392 §1 is indefensible. Such proceeding remains a proceeding in which only a certain incidental issue is resolved. The ruling that is issued does not end the proceeding “in the case” even though it ends the proceeding initiated by the motion for interim relief. Only the arbitration award will be a ruling ending the case as a certain entirety submitted for judgment. An interim order issued by the state court concerning security for the claim is a ruling that resolves only an incidental issue.

Data wydania: 14-07-1998 | Sygnatura: III CKN 548/98

Key issues: state court assistance, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20153

Poznań Appellate Court judgment dated 23 May 1996 Case No. I ACr 189/96

1. Recusal of an entire court may not be demanded, but only recusal of specific judges (one or more of them), identified by name, but this does not mean that in this case the arbitration court itself could determine that the motion by the defendant should not be granted. The province court correctly stated that the arbitration court may not decide a motion to recuse an arbitrator, either on the merits or on procedural grounds, even if the motion was clearly unjustified or late.

2. The ruling issued as a result of a petition to set aside an arbitration award is in the nature of cassation, and thus the state court may only set aside the award or deny the petition, and may not rule on the merits. In consequence, when the state court sets aside an arbitration award by granting a petition under Civil Procedure Code Art. 712 §1(2)–(5), the arbitration court retains its jurisdiction to decide the dispute.

Data wydania: 23-05-1996 | Sygnatura: I ACr 189/96

Key issues: arbitrator, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 20272

Białystok Appellate Court order dated 29 February 1996 Case No. I ACz 69/96

The parties and the arbitration court itself are given great discretion to determine the procedure before the arbitration court, although the Civil Procedure Code does establish certain minimum rules that are mandatorily applicable (juris cogentis).

Data wydania: 29-02-1996 | Sygnatura: I ACz 69/96

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20271

Polish Supreme Court order dated 7 March 1979 Case No. III CRN 10/79

1. Which cases that are subject to consideration by the state courts may be submitted to arbitration is determined by the regulations governing arbitration proceedings.

2. Issuance of an enforcement clause must be preceded by a legally final ruling by the state court, pursuant to Civil Procedure Code Art. 711, confirming the enforceability of the arbitration award.

3. The only cases falling under the non-adversarial procedure that may be heard by an arbitration court are those rather rare cases whose nature allows for this, that is, those that meet the grounds [for arbitrability] provided in Civil Procedure Code Art. 697 §1.

4. Under current law, adversarial and non-adversarial proceedings are parallel tracks for judicial proceedings, and the non-adversarial procedure in property matters in which the court commences the proceeding upon application is not so different from the rules applicable in an adversarial proceeding that mere submission of a given matter to resolution through the non-adversarial procedure results in exclusion of the possibility of submitting such matter to an arbitration court for resolution.

Data wydania: 07-03-1979 | Sygnatura: III CRN 10/79

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award

id: 20122

Polish Supreme Court order dated 22 April 1966 Case No. I CR 433/64

The wording of §14 of the Transport Protocol on Polish-Czechoslovakian Cooperation for 1961, “When entering into any agreements, ... the interested enterprises ... shall stipulate the jurisdiction of the International Court of Arbitration in Gdynia for resolution of any possible disputes,” does not justify the conclusion that this provision submits all such future disputes identified therein to resolution by the arbitration court.

Section 14, as its wording indicates, only imposes on the enterprises of both of the contracting states the duty to include arbitration clauses in the agreements they conclude, and thus the position taken in the order appealed from is correct, that because the charter party binding on the parties does not contain such clause, this dispute is subject to the jurisdiction of the common court.

Data wydania: 22-04-1966 | Sygnatura: I CR 433/64

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20105

Polish Supreme Court ruling dated 19 September 1934 Case No. C I 1998/33

Art. 1387 of the [former Russian] Civil Procedure Code authorizes arbitration courts to rule in disputes between the parties not on the basis of general regulations of judicial procedure and not on the basis of provisions of substantive law, but according to its own conscience—but not by any means to resolve fictitious disputes arising out of collusion between the parties in order to circumvent regulations of law.

Data wydania: 19-09-1934 | Sygnatura: C I 1998/33

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20045

Polish Supreme Court ruling dated 12 June 1928 Case No. C 78/28

An objection of lack of arbitrability does not have to do with non-justiciability, but refers to the jurisdiction of the court.

Data wydania: 12-06-1928 | Sygnatura: C 78/28

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20011

Polish Supreme Court ruling dated 18 January 1928 Case No. III Rw 253/27

The fact that the procedure under provisions concerning arbitration courts does not contain an express provision on the costs of the dispute does not justify a finding that the arbitration court is not authorized to rule on the costs
of the dispute. In any event, such provisions do not contain a prohibition in this respect, and [former Austrian] Civil Procedure Code § 577, which provides that a private law claim may be submitted to an arbitration court for resolution, also includes the authority to rule on the costs of the dispute as an auxiliary element combined with the resolution itself.

Data wydania: 18-01-1928 | Sygnatura: III Rw 253/27

Key issues: arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20010

Polish Supreme Court ruling dated 5 April 1927 Case No. R 148/27

Establishment in a silent partnership agreement of the jurisdiction of the arbitration court for disputes arising out of this contractual relationship is irrelevant for disputes over the existence of such relationship.

Data wydania: 05-04-1927 | Sygnatura: R 148/27

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 20006

Allerhand Maurycy

Commentary on the Resolution of the Third Chamber of the Supreme Court dated 8 November 1922, R 832/22 (re: issuance of an Arbitration Award by a Mentally Ill Arbitrator) [Original title: Glosa do uchwały izby trzeciej sądu najwyższego z 8 listopada 1922, R 832/22 (dot. wydania wyroku sądu polubownego przez sędziego chorego umysłowo)]

OSP 1924 (vol. 3), item 13, p. 9-10

Key issues: arbitrator, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30587

Asłanowicz Marcin, Piotrowska Sylwia

Legal Character and Scope of the Changes in ICC Rules of Arbitration [Original title: Charakter i zakres zmian Regulaminu Arbitrażowego ICC]

[in:] M. Łaszczuk (chair), M. Furtek, S. Pieckowski, J. Poczobut, A. Szumański, M. Tomaszewski (eds.), Arbitration and Mediation. A Commemorative Volume Dedicated to Dr Andrzej Tynel [Arbitraż i mediacja. Księga jubileuszowa dedykowana doktorowi Andrzejowi Tynelowi], Warszawa 2012, p. 36-53

Key issues: arbitrator, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31077

Bělohlávek Alexander J.

Arbitration Agreement, MDR Clauses and Relation thereof to Nature of Jurisdictional Decisions on the Break of Legal Cultures

[in:] Józef Okolski (chair), Andrzej Całus, Maksymilian Pazdan, Stanisław Sołtysiński, Tomasz Wardyński, Stanisław Włodyka (ed.) Essays in Honour of 60 years of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw [Księga pamiątkowa 60-lecia Sądu Arbitrażowego przy Krajowej Izbie Gospodarczej w Warszawie], Warszawa 2010, p. 411-437

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30928

Nowaczyk Piotr, Bogucka Elżbieta

Anti-suit Injunctions in Poland - Possibilities and Perspectives [Original title: Anti-suit injunctions w Polsce - możliwości i perspektywy]

[in:] M. Łaszczuk (chair), M. Furtek, S. Pieckowski, J. Poczobut, A. Szumański, M. Tomaszewski (eds.), Arbitration and Mediation. A Commemorative Volume Dedicated to Dr Andrzej Tynel [Arbitraż i mediacja. Księga jubileuszowa dedykowana doktorowi Andrzejowi Tynelowi], Warszawa 2012, p. 346-357

Key issues: state court assistance, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31095

Buchman Louis B., Loquin Eric

Arbitration Award in the West Tankers vs. France Case [Original title: L'arrêt West Tankers vu de France]

[in:] Józef Okolski (chair), Andrzej Całus, Maksymilian Pazdan, Stanisław Sołtysiński, Tomasz Wardyński, Stanisław Włodyka (ed.) Essays in Honour of 60 years of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw [Księga pamiątkowa 60-lecia Sądu Arbitrażowego przy Krajowej Izbie Gospodarczej w Warszawie], Warszawa 2010, p. 503-512

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30933

Budniak-Rogala Aleksandra

Comments on Admissibility of Withdrawal of a Plea of Existence of an Arbitration Agreement [Original title: Uwagi na tle dopuszczalności cofnięcia zarzutu zapisu na sąd polubowny]

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2016, No. 4, p. 5-24

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31816

Pazdan Maksymilian, Sołtysiński Stanisław, Wardyński Tomasz, Włodyka Stanisław, Okolski Józef, Całus Andrzej

A Commemorative Volume for 60 years of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw [Original title: Księga pamiątkowa 60-lecia Sądu Arbitrażowego przy Krajowej Izbie Gospodarczej w Warszawie]

Warszawa 2010, pp. 887

Key issues: New York Convention, general works, state court assistance, arbitrability of dispute, investment arbitration, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 30952

Ciemiński Marcin

Possibility and Effects of Referring Disputes Arising in Connection with Bills of Exchange/Promissory Notes to Resolution By a Court of Arbitration [Original title: Możliwość oraz skutki poddania rozstrzygnięciu sądu polubownego sporów wynikających z weksla]

PPH 2005, No. 10, p. 37-42

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30464

Ciemiński Marcin, Prokop Adelina

Anti-suit Injunctions in Poland

Arbitration e-Review 2011, No. 4, p. 21-28

Key issues: state court assistance, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31064

Comi Urszula

Arbitration – Comparative Look on the Polish and French Statutory Law Regulations [Original title: Arbitraż - prawnoporównawcze spojrzenie na regulacje ustawodawstwa polskiego i francuskiego]

[in:] A. Garnuszek, L. Mazur, A. Orzeł (eds.), Quo Vadis, Arbitrażu? Quo Vadis, Arbitration?, Warszawa 2013, p. 45-73

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award

id: 31205

Comi Urszula

Arbitration Agreement and Affiliated Companies – Basic Problems [Original title: Umowa o arbitraż a spółki powiązane – podstawowe problemy]

KPP 2017, No. 3, p. 631-648

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31904

Rozdeiczer Łukasz, Dubek Mateusz

The Yukos Case: Russia Bound by Energy Charter Treaty [Original title: Sprawa Jukosu: Rosja jest związana Traktatem Karty Energetycznej]

e-Przegląd Arbitrażowy 2010, No. 1, p. 51-52

Key issues: general works, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30810

Dziurda Marcin

Bankruptcy and Dispute Arbitrability. A Commentary [Original title: Upadłość a poddanie sporu pod rozstrzygnięcie. Komentarz]

Arbitration e-Review 2014, No. 3-4, p. 85-92

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31358

Fenichel Zygmunt

Arbitration Courts Under Civil Procedure Code [Original title: Sądy polubowne wedle kodeksu postępowania cywilnego.]

PPiA 1931, No. 3, p. 303-322

Key issues: arbitrator, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30060

Fenichel Zygmunt

Binding Force of the Arbitration Clause After Setting Aside of the Award [Original title: Moc zapisu na sąd polubowny po uchyleniu jego wyroku.]

PPC 1938, No. 16-17-18, p. 512-516

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30058

Fiutowska Aleksandra

Admissibility of Application of Declaratory Action Stated in Article 189 of Polish Code of Civil Procedure Towards the Dispute Covered by the Arbitration Clause [Original Title: Dopuszczalność powództwa o ustalenie związania zapisem na sąd polubowny w trybie art. 189 k.p.c. wobec ograniczenia kognicji sądu powszechnego w sprawach poddanych rozstrzygnięciu sądu polubownego]

Internetowy Przegląd Prawniczy TBSP UJ 2017, No. 9, p. 50-56

Key issues: arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31908

Frątczak Klaudia

Swiss Federal Tribunal’s Decision of 26 October 2009 (4A_428/2009) [Original title: Orzeczenie Szwajcarskiego Trybunału Federalnego w sprawie 4A_428/2009]

e-Przegląd Arbitrażowy 2010, No. 1, p. 55-56

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30812

Fruchs Henryk

From the Issues of Arbitration [Original title: Z zagadnień dotyczących sądu polubownego.]

Głos Prawa 1936, No. 10-12, p. 454-462

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30067

Łaszczuk Maciej, Pieckowski Sylwester, Poczobut Jerzy, Szumański Andrzej, Tomaszewski Maciej, Furtek Marek

Arbitration and Mediation. A Commemorative Volume Dedicated to Dr Andrzej Tynel [Original tilte: Arbitraż i mediacja. Księga jubileuszowa dedykowana doktorowi Andrzejowi Tynelowi]

Warszawa 2012, pp. 732

Key issues: New York Convention, general works, state court assistance, arbitrability of dispute, investment arbitration, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 31075

Gapska Edyta

The Effectiveness of an Arbitration Agreement Contained in a Subcontracting Agreement against Investor Bearing Joint Liability on the Basis of Art. 6471(5) of the Civil Code [Original title: Skuteczność zapisu na sąd polubowny zawartego w umowie podwykonawczej wobec inwestora ponoszącego odpowiedzialność solidarną na podstawie art. 6471 § 5 k.c.]

PPH 2017, No. 1, p. 38-43

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31819

Garnuszek Anita, Orzeł Aleksandra

Enforceability of Multi-tiered Dispute Resolution Clauses under Polish Law

Arbitration Bulletin - Young Arbitration 2016, No. 24, p. 166-180

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 31565

Gessel-Kalinowska vel Kalisz Beata

Diagnosis for Arbitration. Functioning of Arbitration Law and the Directions of Postulated Changes [Original title: Diagnoza arbitrażu. Funkcjonowanie prawa o arbitrażu i kierunki postulowanych zmian]

Wrocław 2014, pp. 593

Key issues: New York Convention, general works, arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 31452

Gessel-Kalinowska vel Kalisz Beata

The European Parliament Draft Resolution on Brussels I: a Return to the Pre-West Tankers Era?

Arbitration e-Review 2011, No. 4, p. 29-31

Key issues: general works, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31065

Gębala Agnieszka

Limits of Arbitrability [Original title: Granice dopuszczalności arbitrażu]

R.Pr. 2008, No. 2, p. 68-76; Biul.Arb. 2008, No. 6, p. 59-69

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30230

Głodowski Włodzimierz

Arbitration Court Ruling on its Jurisdiction and Control of Such Rulings by the State Court [Original title: Orzekanie przez sąd polubowny w przedmiocie swojej właściwości i kontrola tych orzeczeń przez sąd państwowy]

[in:] Józef Okolski (chair), Andrzej Całus, Maksymilian Pazdan, Stanisław Sołtysiński, Tomasz Wardyński, Stanisław Włodyka (ed.) Essays in Honour of 60 years of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw [Księga pamiątkowa 60-lecia Sądu Arbitrażowego przy Krajowej Izbie Gospodarczej w Warszawie], Warszawa 2010, p. 676-690

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30941

Wiśniewski Cezary, Górska Olga

The Scope of Jurisdiction of an Arbitral Tribunal under Bilateral Investment Treaties [Original title: Zakres jurysdykcji trybunału arbitrażowego w świetle dwustronnych umów o ochronie i wspieraniu inwestycji]

PPH 2012, No. 7, p. 10-17

Key issues: investment arbitration, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31059

Grzegorczyk Paweł

Establishment of Domestic Jurisdiction under Article 24 of the Council’s Regulation (EC) no. 44/01, and the Pleading on Existence of an Arbitration Agreement in Another EU Member State [Original title: Ustanowienie jurysdykcji krajowej na podstawie art. 24 rozporządzenia Rady (WE) nr 44/01 a zarzut zapisu na sąd polubowny w innym państwie członkowskim Unii Europejskiej]

MoP 2012, No. 15, p. 828-830

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31124

Kajkowska Ewelina

Incorporating ADR Into Arbitration Framework: Issues Arising From Integrated Dispute Resolution Clauses

[in:] J. Gudowski, K. Weitz (ed.), Aurea praxis, aurea theoria. Księga pamiątkowa ku czci Profesora Tadeusza Erecińskiego, tom II [Aurea praxis, aurea theoria. A Commemorative Volume in Honour of Professor Tadeusz Ereciński, Vol. II], Warszawa 2011, p. 1703-1719, [Article in English]

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31019

Kapica Agnieszka

The Limits of Arbitrability [Original title: Granice dopuszczalności arbitrażu]

MoP 2009, No. 1, special issue, p. 9-13

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30250

Kapłan I.

Arbitration (Comparative Outline of the Provisions of the Civil Court Procedure Act and the Civil Procedure Code) [Original title: Sąd polubowny (Szkic porównawczy przepisów U.P.C. i K.P.C.).]

Wil.Prz.Praw. 1932, No. 2, p. 33-36

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award

id: 30076

Kąkolecki Andrzej, Nowaczyk Piotr

New ICC Rules of Arbitration [Original title: Nowy Regulamin Arbitrażowy Międzynarodowej Izby Handlowej]

Biul. Arb. 2012, No. 17, p. 55-70

Key issues: general works, arbitrator, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, arbitration award

id: 31046

Kocon Agnieszka

Poland

[in:] Ned Beale, Barbara Lautenschlager, Giuseppe Scotti, Leo Van den hole (eds.), Dispute Resolution Clauses in International Contracts. A Global Guide, Zurich-Basel-Geneva 2013, p. 433-458

Key issues: New York Convention, state court assistance, arbitrability of dispute, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 31292

Koenner Marek

Selected Procedural Issues in Arbitral Proceedings on the Background of the Provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure [Original title: Wybrane zagadnienia proceduralne w postępowaniu przed sądem polubownym na tle przepisów kodeksu postępowania cywilnego]

Gdańskie Studia Prawnicze 2011, Vol. XXVI, p. 343-357

Key issues: arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 31118

Krzemiński Zdzisław

Commentary on the Supreme Court Ruling of 7.3.1979, III CRN 10/79 (re: Entering into Agreements for Subjecting Disputes to Arbitration) [Original title: Glosa do postanowienia SN z 7.3.1979 r., III CRN 10/79 (dot. poddania sądowi polubownemu sporu do rozstrzygnięcia)]

OSPiKA 1980, item 81 c

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30259

Kubas Andrzej, Trzaska Agnieszka

Two Examples of Interaction between State Courts and Arbitration: Rulling on the Competence of an Arbitral Tribunal to Adjudicate and Injunctive Relief in Arbitral Proceedings

[in:] Alexander J. Bělohlávek, Naděžda Rozehnalová (eds.), Czech (& Central European) Yearbook of Arbitration 2015, Vol. V, Interaction of Arbitration and Courts, New York 2015, p. 137-157

Key issues: state court assistance, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31366

Lutwak Anzelm

On the Impact of the Arbitration Agreement And Its Expiry on State Court Proceeding [Original title: O wpływie zapisu kompromisarskiego oraz jego wygaśnięcia na proces w sądzie państwowym]

Głos Prawa 1935, No. 5-6, p. 346-354

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30088

Łaszczuk Maciej, Szumański Andrzej

The Arbitration Rules of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce. Commentary [Original title: Regulamin Arbitrażowy Sądu Arbitrażowego przy KIG. Komentarz]

Warszawa 2017, pp. 604

Key issues: general works, arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, costs of arbitration, interim measures, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award

id: 31829

Łoś Wiktor

Analysis of a Party Autonomy from the Perspective of the Exclusion of the Arbitration in the Brussels Regulation 44/2001 and the Brussels Regulation 1215/2012

[in:] A. Garnuszek, L. Mazur, A. Orzeł (eds.), Quo Vadis, Arbitrażu? Quo Vadis, Arbitration?, Warszawa 2013, p. 326-339

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31218

Maciąg Marek

Scope of Cognition of an Arbitration Court [Original title: Zakres kognicji sądu polubownego]

PiS 2002, No. 2, p. 127-144

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30272

Marcisz Paweł, Orzeł Aleksandra

Anti-Suit Injunctions Issued by Arbitration Tribunals in the Light of the Judgement of the Court of Justice of 13 May 2015, C-536/13, Gazprom [Original title: Anti-suit injunctions wydawane przez sądy polubowne w świetle wyroku Trybunału Sprawiedliwości z 13.05.2015 r., C-536/13, Gazprom]

PPC 2017, No. 3, p. 379-402

Key issues: New York Convention, arbitration agreement, interim measures, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 31890

Markowski Michał

The Impact of the Crime of Bribery on the Proceedings in International Commercial Arbitration [Original title: Wpływ przestępstwa przekupstwa na postępowanie arbitrażowe w międzynarodowym arbitrażu handlowym]

Arbitration e-Review 2011, No. 2, p. 26-37

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30984

Michałowska Katarzyna

Abuse of Access to Arbitration in International Investment Disputes [Original title: Nadużycie prawa dostępu do arbitrażu w międzynarodowych sporach inwestycyjnych]

e-Przegląd Arbitrażowy 2010, No. 2, p. 31-34

Key issues: investment arbitration, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30845

Morek Rafał

Review of the Rulings of the Supreme Court and of Appellate Courts [Original title: Przegląd orzecznictwa Sądu Najwyższego i sądów apelacyjnych]

Biul. Arb. 2013, No. 20, p. 93-95

Key issues: New York Convention, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 31176

Morek Rafał

Selected Court Decisions related to Arbitral Proceedings [Original title: Przegląd orzecznictwa Sądu Najwyższego i sądów apelacyjnych]

Biul. Arb. 2010, No. 3, p. 116-119

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30885

Wach Małgorzata, Okolski Józef

The Kompetenz-Kompetenz Principle in the Arbitration Law with Particular Account Taken of The Regulations of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce [Original title: Zasada Kompetenz-Kompetenz w prawie arbitrażowym, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem regulacji Sądu Arbitrażowego przy Krajowej Izbie Gospodarczej

[in:] Józef Okolski (chair), Andrzej Całus, Maksymilian Pazdan, Stanisław Sołtysiński, Tomasz Wardyński, Stanisław Włodyka (ed.) Essays in Honour of 60 years of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw [Księga pamiątkowa 60-lecia Sądu Arbitrażowego przy Krajowej Izbie Gospodarczej w Warszawie], Warszawa 2010, p. 242-255

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30913

Olaś Andrzej

Set-Off versus Arbitration Agreements under the Polish Law - Some Issues Examined from the Substantive and Procedural Civil Law [Original title: Potrącenie a zapis na sąd polubowny w prawie polskim - wybrane zagadnienia materialnoprawne i procesowe]

PPC 2014, No. 1, p. 61-91

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31238

Opaliński Łukasz

Arbitration in Domestic Trade [Original title: Arbitraż w krajowym obrocie gospodarczym]

[in:] Prace laureatów konkursu im. Prof. Jerzego Jakubowskiego, edycja druga [Works of the Winners of Prof. Jerzy Jakubowski Contest, Second Edition], Warszawa 2005, p. 195-244

Key issues: general works, state court assistance, arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award

id: 30960

Orecki Marcin

Jurisdictional Conflicts in Investment Arbitration

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2014, No. 1, p. 27-38

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, investment arbitration, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31273

Orecki Marcin

Polish Provisions on Courts of Arbitration - de Lege Ferenda Remarks [Original title: Polskie przepisy o sądzie polubownym (arbitrażowym) - uwagi de lege ferenda]

PPC 2014, No. 2, p. 198-237

Key issues: general works, arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 31272

Osiński Marcin

Proceedings Before Polish Arbitration Courts – Selected Issues [Original title: Postępowanie przed polskimi sądami polubownymi - wybrane zagadnienia]

[in:] Prace laureatów konkursu im. Prof. Jerzego Jakubowskiego, edycja druga [Works of the Winners of Prof. Jerzy Jakubowski Contest, Second Edition], Warszawa 2005, p.121-193

Key issues: general works, state court assistance, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award

id: 30961

Pełczyński Michał

Arbitral Tribunal Decision on Its Own Competence [Original titlew: Orzekanie przez sąd polubowny o własnej kompetencji]

MoP 2015, No. 16, p. 849-857

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31467

Piechowiak Mirosław

Admissibility of Distribution of the Testator's Estate by the Arbitration Court [Original title: Dopuszczalność działu spadku przez sąd polubowny]

Pal. 2008, No. 7-8, p. 123-129

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30306

Robenek Marcin

Dispute Board in the Dispute Resolution Model Provided for in the FIDIC Conditions of Contract – Optional or Obligatory Body? [Original title: Komisja Rozjemcza w modelu rozstrzygania sporów przewidzianym w Warunkach Kontraktowych FIDIC – organ fakultatywny czy obligatoryjny?]

e-Przegląd Arbitrażowy 2015, No. 1-2, p. 12-25

Key issues: arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31578

Sikorski Rafał

Jurisdiction of an Arbitral Tribunal

[in:] Gessel-Kalinowska vel Kalisz Beata (ed.), Polish arbitration law, Wrocław 2014, p. 281-312

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31449

Sikorski Rafał

Jurisdiction of an Arbitral Tribunal[Original title: Właściwość sądu polubownego]

[in:] Gessel-Kalinowska vel Kalisz Beata (ed.), Diagnosis for Arbitration. Functioning of Arbitration Law and the Directions of Postulated Changes [Diagnoza arbitrażu. Funkcjonowanie prawa o arbitrażu i kierunki postulowanych zmian], Wrocław 2014, p. 255-283

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31456

Skoczylas Józef

Arbitration in the Amendment to the Civil Procedure Code of 28 July 2005 [Original title: Sądownictwo arbitrażowe w nowelizacji kodeksu postępowania cywilnego z 28 lipca 2005 r.]

[in:] Jan Olszewski (ed.), Arbitration and Mediation. Current Theoretical and Practical Problems of Functioning of Arbitral Tribunals and Mediation Institutions. Conference Materials (Nałęczów Zdrój 8 - 10.05.2009) [Arbitraż i mediacja. Aktualne problemy teorii i praktyki funkcjonowania sądów polubownych i ośrodków mediacyjnych. Materiały konferencyjne (Nałęczów Zdrój 8 - 10.05.2009 r.)], Rzeszów 2009, p. 349-362

Key issues: general works, state court assistance, arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 30675

Sołtysiński Stanisław

Binding Members of Groups of Companies, Their Shareholders and Stakeholder by the Agreements to Arbitrate and Arbitral Awards [Original title: Związanie zapisem na sąd polubowny i orzeczeniem arbitrażowym członków zgrupowania spółek, ich wspólników i interesariuszy]

PPPM 2012, No. 11, p. 9-28

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, investment arbitration, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, arbitration award

id: 31198

Stefanicki Robert

Arbitration Court Exclusive Jurisdiction Clause (in the Light of Article 3 of Directive 93/13/EEC)(Original title: Klauzula przewidująca wyłączną właściwość sądu polubownego (w świetle art. 3 dyrektywy 93/13/EWG)]

Glosa 2014, No. 3, p. 26-33

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31293

Strumiłło Tomasz

Security of Claims Pursued Before Arbitration Courts - Selected Issues. The Problem of Application of Interim Reliefs in Parallel Proceedings Before a Common Court and an Arbitration Court [Original title: Zabezpieczenie roszczeń dochodzonych przed sądem polubownym - wybrane zagadnienia. Problem równoległych postępowań prowadzonych przed sądem powszechnym oraz sądem polubownym w przedmiocie stosowania tymczasowych środków zabezpieczających]

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2014, No. 3, p. 47-60

Key issues: state court assistance, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31316

Sujkowska Maja

Substantive-Law Grounds for Dispute Resolution in Arbitration [Original title: Materialnoprawne podstawy rozstrzygnięcia sporu w postępowaniu arbitrażowym]

Ius Novum 2008, No. 4, p. 110-133

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30339

Suliński Grzegorz

Admissibility of Referring a Dispute Arising within a Partnership/Company to a Court of Arbitration [Original title: Dopuszczalność poddania sporu ze stosunku spółki pod rozstrzygnięcie sądu polubownego]

PPH 2005, No. 12, p. 28-34

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30341

Szpara Justyna

A Few Remarks on Enforceability of a Decision on Costs of Arbitration in Case of Lack of Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal to Resolve a Dispute [Original title: Kilka uwag o wykonalności rozstrzygnięcia o kosztach postępowania arbitrażowego w przypadku braku właściwości sądu polubownego do rozstrzygnięcia sporu]

[in:] Jelonek-Jarco Barbara, Kos Rafał, Zawadzka Julita (eds), Usus magister est optimus. Legal Papers Dedicated to Professor Andrzej Kubas [Original title: Usus magister est optimus. Rozprawy prawnicze ofiarowane Profesorowi Andrzejowi Kubasowi], Warszawa 2016, p. 727-736

Key issues: costs of arbitration, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31546

Szumański Andrzej

Admissibility of an Arbitration Court Cognition in Matters of Challenging Resolutions of Meetings in Commercial Companies [Original title: Dopuszczalność kognicji sądu polubownego w sprawach o zaskarżanie uchwał zgromadzeń spółek kapitałowych]

[in:] Leszek Ogiegło, Wojciech Popiołek, Maciej Szpunar, Legal Studies. Book in Memory of Professor Maksymilian Pazdan [Rozprawy prawnicze. Księga pamiątkowa Profesora Maksymiliana Pazdana], Kraków 2005, p. 515-535

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30166

Śledzikowski Marcin

Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal in Matters within the Jurisdiction of the Registry Court [Original title: Kognicja sądu polubownego w sprawach należących do właściwości sądu rejestrowego]

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2016, No. 1, p. 81-91

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31571

Świątkowski Marek

Application of MFN Clause to Dispute Resolution Provisions of Investment Treaties [Original title: Modyfikacja przepisów jurysdykcyjnych traktatu inwestycyjnego na podstawie klauzuli MFN]

PPH 2013, No. 12, p. 30-36

Key issues: New York Convention, investment arbitration, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 31191

Topór Marek

The Issue of Legal Consequences of Failure to Execute Pre-Arbitration Stages of the FIDIC Multi-Stage Arbitration Clause [Original title: Problem skutków prawnych niezrealizowania przedarbitrażowych etapów wielostopniowej klauzuli arbitrażowej FIDIC]

PPH 2016, No. 11, p. 17-26

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31805

Trammer Henryk

Resolution of Commercial Cooperation Disputes by Courts of Arbitration [Original title: Rozstrzyganie przez sądy polubowne sporów cywilnych ze stosunków współpracy gospodarczej]

PiP 1973, No. 2, p. 32

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30547

Voitovich Sergei A.

Bifurcation of Jurisdiction from the Merits in Investment Disputes: Follow-up Observations to Kiev Arbitration Days 2012 [Original title: Rozdział orzekania w przedmiocie właściwości sądu od orzekania co do istoty sporu w sporach inwestycyjnych - uwagi pokonferencyjne w nawiązaniu do Kijowskich Dni Arbitrażu 2012]

Arbitration e-Review 2013, Special Edition, p. 27-29

Key issues: investment arbitration, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31163

Weitz Karol

Consideration on Admissibility of Disuputes on Bills if Subjected to Arbitration Court Resolution [Original title: Dopuszczalność poddania sporów wekslowych pod rozstrzygnięcie sądu polubownego]

Pal. 2006, No. 3-4, p. 214-220

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30375

Welser Irene

Pitfalls of Competence

[in:] Christian Klausegger, Peter Klein, Florian Kremslehner, Alexander Petsche, Nikolaus Pitkowitz, Jenny Power, Irene Welser, Gerold Zeiler (eds.), Austrian Arbitration Yearbook 2007, Vienna 2007, p. 3-28

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31298

Wiśniewski Andrzej W.

Consequences of Engaging in a Dispute before the Arbitration Court Abroad Despite the Lack of an Effective Arbitration Agreement. A Commentary to the Supreme Court Decision of 13 September 2012, file no. V CSK 323/11 [Original title: Skutki wdania się w spór przed arbitrażem za granicą pomimo braku skutecznej umowy o arbitraż. Glosa do postanowienia Sądu Najwyższego z dnia 13 września 2012 r., V CSK 323/11]

PPC 2013, No. 4, p. 571-582

Key issues: New York Convention, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 31184

Wiśniewski Andrzej W.

International Commercial Arbitration in Poland. The Legal Status of Arbitration and Arbitrators [Original title: Międzynarodowy arbitraż handlowy w Polsce. Status prawny arbitrażu i arbitrów]

Warszawa 2011, pp. 612

Key issues: New York Convention, general works, state court assistance, arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of domestic arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 31015

Wiśniewski Andrzej W.

Nadużycie prawa podmiotowego jako podstawa rozciągnięcia zapisu na sąd polubowny na podmioty powiązane kapitałowo [Original title: Abuse of Rights as the Basis for the Extension of an Arbitration Agreement to Associated Companies]

PPPM 2013, No. 13, p. 9-18

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31303

Wiśniewski Andrzej W.

Resolution of Corporate Disputes in Companies by Arbitration Courts – Statutory Law Regulation Perspective, Part 2 [Original title: Rozstrzyganie sporów korporacyjnych spółek kapitałowych przez sądy polubowne – perspektywa ustawowego rozstrzygnięcia, cz. 2]

Pr.S. 2005, No. 5, p. 9-17

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30382

Wiśniewski Andrzej W.

Resolution of Corporate Disputes in Companies by Arbitration Courts – Structure of the Problem, Part 1 [Original title: Rozstrzyganie sporów korporacyjnych spółek kapitałowych przez sądy polubowne – struktura problemu, cz. 1]

Pr.S. 2005, No. 4, p. 10-19

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 30381

Wolak-Danecka Anna

Arbitration in the Czech Republic [Original title: Arbitraż w Republice Czeskiej]

Biul. Arb. 2010-2011, No. 4, p. 71-81

Key issues: general works, arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award

id: 30989

Wrześniewski Paweł

Legal Nature of an Arbitration Agreement [Original title: Charakter prawny zapisu na sąd polubowny]

Warszawa 2011, pp. 138

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 31004

Gajda-Roszczynialska Katarzyna

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Consumer Disputes – Arbitration, Selected Issues (part 3) [Original title: Alternatywne metody rozwiązywania sporów konsumenckich – arbitraż, wybrane zagadnienia (cz. III)]

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2008, No. 4 (4)

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 50031

Kamieniecka Dorota

Civil Mediators’ Association in Wieluń [Original title: Stowarzyszenie Mediatorów Cywilnych w Wieluniu]

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2013, No. 3 (23)

Key issues: general works, state court assistance, arbitrability of dispute, arbitrator, arbitration agreement, arbitration procedure, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, settlement before arbitral tribunal, arbitration award, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 50249

Suliński Grzegorz

Admissibility of Arbitration Court Jurisdiction in a Dispute Concerning Dissolution of a Polish Limited Liability Company [Original title: Dopuszczalność kognicji sądu polubownego w sporze o rozwiązanie spółki z o.o.]

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2008, No. 3 (3)

Key issues: arbitrability of dispute, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 50023

Wiśniewski Andrzej W.

The Consequences of Respondent’s Failure to Timely Object to the Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2013, No. 4 (24)

Key issues: jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal, petition to set aside arbitration award, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration award

id: 50260

Zachariasiewicz Maciej, Zrałek Jacek

Does the Arbitration Agreement Extend to Entities Affiliated with the Company Being a Party to this Agreement? [Original title: Czy umowa arbitrażowa rozciąga się na podmioty powiązane ze spółką będącą stroną tej umowy?]

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja 2009, No. 2 (6)

Key issues: arbitration agreement, jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal

id: 50073

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