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Arbitral tribunal must only take suitable and relevant evidence

02 August 2012

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Hannah Boehm

In a German language decision dated 31 May 2012 and published on 21 June 2012, the Swiss Supreme Court emphasised that an arbitral tribunal is not obliged to consider further evidence if it anticipates that the additional evidence could not affect its findings or if the evidence is clearly irrelevant or unsuitable to prove the facts in question.

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