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I. National Legislation1. ( Eastern / Western) Germany2. Netherlands4. Other European CountriesII. ConventionsIV. RestatementsV. Arbitration RulesIX. Historic Awards / Materials1. Antiquity2. Middle Ages

I. National Legislation

1. ( Eastern / Western) Germany

Zivilprozessordnung - German Code of Civil ProcedureGerman EGBGBGIW GDRBürgerliches Gesetzbuch - German Civil CodeHandelsgesetzbuch - German Commercial Code 

2. Netherlands

Dutch Code of Civil ProcedureNieuw Burgerlijk Wetboek - New Netherlands Civil Code ( Dutch Civil Code ) 

4. Other European Countries

Belgian Civil CodeFrench Code CivilItalian Codice CivileCzechoslovak International Trade CodeAllgemeines Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch - Austrian Civil CodeEnglish Arbitration Act 1996Danish Contracts ActAustrian Arbiration Law 2006Scottish Arbitration Bill 2009Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010Spanish Código Civil 

II. Conventions

United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG)UNIDROIT Convention on International Factoring (Ottawa, 28 May 1988).UNIDROIT Convention on International Financial Leasing (Ottawa, 20 May 1988).Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties of 1969Convention on Agency in the International Sale of Goods (Geneva, 17 February 1983).Rome Convention on the Law Applicable to Contractual Relations of October 9, 1980, OJ EU, No. L 266The Unified Agreement for the Investment of Arab Capital in the Arab CountriesOECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. (Fulltext available at: http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/4/18/38028044.pdf)United Nations Convention against CorruptionUnited Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, 1958 (New York Convention)Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of other States (ICSID Convention)Uniform Law on the Formation of Contracts for the International Sale of GoodsUniform Law on the International Sale of Goods 

IV. Restatements

Principles of European Contract Law - PECLPrinciples of the Existing EC Contract Law (Acquis Principles)The Most Recent Legal Principles Adopted by the Arbitral Tribunals under the Auspices of the Cairo Centre, CRCICA-Newsletter, Jan. 1997, page 2 et seq.Code Européen des Contrats - European Contract CodeA Contract Code: Drawn up on Behalf of the English Law CommissionAmerican Restatement 2nd of the Law of ContractsUNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts 2010 

V. Arbitration Rules

DIS Arbitration Rules 1998, downloadable at http://www.dis-arb.deAnnex to the DIS Arbitration Rules 1998 - Supplementary Rules for Expedited Proceedings 2008ICC Arbitration Rules 1998Art. 7 ICC ADR RulesLondon Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) RulesWIPO Arbitration RulesUNCITRAL Conciliation Rules 1980, YCA 1981, 165 et seq.CEDR Code of Conduct for Mediators and other Third Party NeutralsICDR International Dispute Resolution Procedures (including Mediation and Arbitration Rules)UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules 1976UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules 2010 (revised)Swiss Rules of International Arbitration 2006Camera Arbitrale di Milano - Arbitration Rules 2010 

IX. Historic Awards / Materials

1. Antiquity

The Iliad, Homer, Book XVIII, 497 et seq. (ca. 650 B.C.)Demosthenes, Against Midias, Section 94, 361 BCTEXNH PHTOPIKH (Rhetorics by Aristotle), Aristoteles (ca. 329-323 B.C.), Book I, Chapter 13, 1374b19-23England’s Oldest Surviving Arbitral Award (AD 118) with an introduction by Derek Roebuck (’Early English Arbitration’, 2008, p. 50 et seq.)Roger Tomlin, A Five-Acre Wood in Roman Kent, in J. Bird, M.W.C. Hassall, H. Sheldon (eds), Interpreting Roman London: Papers in Memory of Hugh Chapman (Oxford 1996), p. 209 et seq.Tillus Sassius v Muncipality of Histonium (AD 19) with an introduction by Derek Roebuck ('Roman Arbitration', 2004, p. 181 et seq.)
The Bible, 1st Kings (Judgment of King Salomon), Chapter 3, Vers 16-18Corpus iuris civilis 

2. Middle Ages

Shepard, James W., The Rôles d'Oléron - A Lex Mercatoria of the Sea?, in Piergiovanni, Vito (ed), From Lex Mercatoria to commercial law (2005), S. 207 et seq. (ca. 1200)"Kleine Schied" and "Vorausschied" (Small and Preliminary Award), both rendered by Albertus Magnus in 1252"Großer Schied" ("Great Award") of June 28, 1258 rendered by Albertus Magnus et al. in a dispute between the City of Cologne and the Archbishop of Cologne (Text in: Strauch, Der Große Schied von 1258, 2008)The Re-establishment of peace between Henry, the king of England, and the barons of his realm, Award made at 23 January 1264Siete Partidas, Partida III, Título IV, Ley XXIII, written between June 26, 1256 and August 28, 1265Historic Scottish Arbitration Act 1426Edit de Fontainebleau, August 1560.The Rape of Lucrece, William Shakespeare, 1594 
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