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CHAPTER THIRTEEN Dispute Boards—use, Training and Current Practice

Chern on Dispute Boards

Page 399 CHAPTER THIRTEEN Dispute Boards—use, Training and Current Practice Dispute Boards—use, Training and Current Practice The use of dispute boards is not just confined to large infrastructure projects in developing countries. While the FIDIC Contracts, including the Harmonised World Bank set, are for such projects, the use of the ICC Dispute Board rules and procedures have led to the use of dispute boards in settings other than infrastructure. The maritime industry is but one example. 1

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