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CHAPTER 9 Disclosure and admissibility of evidence

Rules of Evidence in International Arbitration

Page 279 CHAPTER 9 Disclosure and admissibility of evidence Introduction 9.01 . It is well accepted that international arbitrators tend to exercise a certain liberality towards the admittance of evidence. This principle has at times been carried to an extreme, insofar as there are historical examples where arbitrators were prohibited from excluding any evidence from consideration, as was the case of the Italian-Venezuelan Mixed Claims Commission of 1903:

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