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Which forms are required for arbitration agreements?

An arbitration agreement must be in writing, either in the form of an arbitral clause in a contract or in the form of a separate agreement. The following forms of agreement may also be regarded as a written form:

    • Agreement made through communication between the parties by telegram, fax, telex, email, or other forms provided by law;
    • Agreement made through exchange of written information between the parties;
    • Agreement recorded in writing by a lawyer, notary public or competent organization at the request of the parties;
    • During their transactions, the parties refer to a document which contains an arbitration agreement such as a contract, document, company charter or other similar documents;
    • Agreement made through the exchange of legal petitions and defense statements which reflect the existence of an agreement proposed by a party and not challenged by the other party.

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