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ARBITRATION

FOR

DISPUTES IN TRADE

BETWEEN

THE UNITED STATES

AND

THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC




CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
^"^ of the

UNITED STATES o^ A yr^ ♦T' t e pending under
this agreement at the time of the notice or at
the time of the termination of the agreement.

Chamber of Commerce of

Buenos Aires,

(Signed) Liis K. ZinKRnrm.KR.

Tnr Chamber of Commerce of

THE United St.xtes of America,

(Signed) John H. Fahev.
Effrctk'c as of April 10. 19 16.

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EuIph of Arbitration



In accordance ivlth Articles XII and XIII
of the Agreement for Commercial Arbitration
entered into on April lo, 1916, between the
Chamber of Commerce of Buenos Aires and
the Chamber of Commerce of the United
States of America, these bodies agree to ap-
prove the following Rides for Arbitration and
Rules for Dealing zvith Merchandise.



standard
Clause



Submission
when Stan-
dard Clause
Not Used



Rules of Arbitration

Submission and Procedure
I

Whenever the standard clause provided in
Article I of the agreement between the two
chambers has been included in a contract it
shall in itself constitute complete submission
to the jurisdiction of the arbitrators.

Whenever the standard clause has not been
so included submission to arbitration shall be
in the following form :



Form



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A controversy, dispute, or matter of differ-
ence between the undersigned having arisen,
and relating to a subject matter the nature of
which briefly stated, is as follows :

We do voluntarily submit the same, and all

matters concerning the same, to

(if selected from a section of an official list, so
state), (if selected from a



RnlpH uf Arbilratiun



section of an utticial list, so state)

for hearing and decision pursuant to

the agreement between the Chamber of Com-
merce of Buenos .\ires, and the Chamber of
Commerce of the United States of America,
put into force on April lo, 19 16. and the rules
uf arbitration which have been adopted by said
chambers of commerce, pursuant thereto, and
we agree to stand to. abide by, and perform the
award that may thereupon be made by virtue
of this submission.

A copy of this submission properly signed
shall be filed with the clerk, together with
sufficient evidence of proof of authority in the
case of an agency, partnership, or corporation.



of Repre««n-
tatlvet



By the mere fact of having accepted the S^'R^eprVwr
formula of the uniform clause to which
Article II refers, the contracting parties bind
themselves to designate, the party resident in
the United States of America a person domi-
ciled in Buenos Aires, and the party resident
in the Argentine Republic a person domiciled
in New York, to represent them in all matters
in connection with the arbitration.

The designation may be made in the body
of the contract itself, by correspondence, cable
or radiogram, or else commnnicated by letter
to either the Chamber of Commerce of the



If



SkUb nf Arbitration



Authority
&f Represen-
tatives



Service of
Papers on
Representa-
tives either
Special or
General



United States of America or to that of Buenos
Aires, accordingly as the party resides in the
United States of America or in the Argentine
RepubHc.

The designation of the person for the pur-
pose indicated above shall ipso facto carry
with it all the necessary powers to undertake
the defense before the arbitrators and to in-
tervene in all acts and measures that may be
required by the special circumstances of the
case, or in such as the respective Arbitration
Committee may decide to undertake, including
all measures relating to the preservation and
sale of goods submitted to arbitration.

No limitation of the above powers of the
representatives shall be allowed.

Any summons or notice given to the repre-
sentative shall be deemed given to the princi
pal. The designation of the representative
may be general, that is to say. for all matters
coming before the Arbitration Committee, or
special, that is to say, limited to a specific case.

In the case of either general or of special
powers and even though a limit of time shall
have been set for the exercise of these powers,
by the representative, the latter shall continue
to act in every matter in which he shall have
started to intervene before the power ceased,
unless a new appointment shall have been
made.



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Sulpfl of Arbltratton



The Chamber of Commerce of the United Notrc^^ of °'
States of America and the Chamber of Com- o1''R*e'prT.Sn*
merce of Buenos Aires shall exchange without ***'^**
delay every communication sent to them refer-
ring to the designation of representatives.
They shall likewise endeavor to agree on a ^^^ ^^^^ '^"
uniform formula to be followed in all com-
munications addressed to them relating to
the appointment of representatives.

Should one of the parties fail to name a pfI.ty'"'to°'
representative, as provided above, the party re- l^caTnt.»t\w«'
questing the arbitration shall, at his own ex-
pense, either by telegram or radiogram, call
upon the Arbitration Committee of his coun-
try to inform the other contracting party of
the request for arbitration, and shall further-
more invite him to name his representative


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