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A concise presentation of the authors' first-hand experience with the procedural history of the Iran-United States Claim Tribunal in The Hague. The authors' analysis can be divided into three major themes, the first being the examination of the establishment of an arbitral tribunal.
It investigates the first intent of the UNICITRAL framers, as evident from the travaux preparatories, and then inspects how the rules were interpreted, changed and applied in the Tribunal.;Part Two includes the Arbitral Proceedings, including but not limited to pleadings, rulings, interim measures of protection, and default and waiver. The concluding section comprises awards and decisions, applicable law, motions and costs.