The amendments to the civil code have resolved these questions, paving the way for the use of arbitration in corporate disputes. The changes come as part of a wave of amendments to Polish civil procedure law, including both key reforms and confirmation of already established practice, which aim to ease bureaucracy, increase the efficiency of proceedings and restrict the ability of parties to obstruct proceedings. The revised rules of the Finland Chamber of Commerce entered into force on 1 January 2020. The new rules, which replace rules dating from 2013, seek to increase the efficiency of the arbitration process and reflect international best practice.
- Ultimately, if a court is asked to decide whether a break clause was properly operated, the case will be judged on its own merits.
- In Dodkia v United Luck Group Holdings, the English Court of Appeal considered the validity of a Notice of Claim issued by