Polish Supreme Court ruling
dated 13 November 1923
Case No. Rw 510/23
Summary by arbitraz.laszczuk.pl:
The Supreme Court of Poland held that if the party to an arbitration proceeding disappeared after issuance of the award, the award could be served on a court-appointed guardian for the party. The facts of the case were not published.
Excerpt from the text of the court’s ruling:
An arbitration award may be served on a party who has departed to a place unknown after issuance of the award, via a guardian for an absent person, appointed by the court for this purpose.