II. The recommended arbitration agreement for the inclusion of the participants in the contract, which is not a founding document (for example.B. in the company agreement): the Court of Appeal did not have to take into account the tacit choice of law. This means that the need for commercial efficiency before a provision can be implied has not been tested when a fallback position is either the law of the country with which the arbitration agreement has its closest and most real connection, or the law of the country in which the arbitral award is rendered. `Any disputes, controversies or claims relating to the constitution of a legal person [the name of a legal person as used in the Charter or any other governing document must be indicated] the management or participation of which, including disputes between the participants [shareholders, partners, members – the term must be chosen according to the organisational and legal form of a legal person] and the legal form The person himself, disputes involving persons who are or have been members of the management and control bodies of the legal person, as well as disputes concerning the claims of the participants in the context of the legal person`s relations with third parties are settled by arbitration before the International Arbitral Tribunal of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, in accordance with its applicable rules and rules. III. The arbitration agreement recommended for inclusion in the contract between the legal person and third parties (counterparties), in addition to the arbitration agreement provided for in paragraph 1: in the Swedish case Profura v. Blomgren (T 2863-07, Court of Appeal for Western Sweden) was called from 19 March 2008, known as Profura v. Stig Blomgren, against the arbitral award, according to which the arbitral tribunal had rejected its jurisdiction.1.
Hobér commente Kaj, International Commercial Arbitration in Sweden, 2011, p. 110. The tribunal ruled – unlike the competent arbitral tribunal2) including one of the most experienced judges Ingemar Persson, then at the Svea Court of Appeals, now a sitting judge at the Supreme Court. . . .