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 ====== Arbitration Evidence ====== ====== Arbitration Evidence ======
-  * Sometimes the laws of evidence apply sometimes they do not.  ​It depends on, amongst other things, the agreement of the parties. +  * Sometimes the laws of evidence apply to arbitration ​sometimes they do not.  ​Whether or not they do depends on, amongst other things, the agreement of the parties. 
-  * Evidence can be documents ​or oral.+  * Evidence can be documentry ​or oral.
   * Evidence can sometimes be supplied by witness statements or affidavits.   * Evidence can sometimes be supplied by witness statements or affidavits.
   * Oral Evidence is sometimes called [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Viva_voce|vica voce evidence]].   * Oral Evidence is sometimes called [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Viva_voce|vica voce evidence]].
  
-====== Useful Arbitration Evidence Links ======+===== Useful Arbitration Evidence Links =====
   * [[http://​www.ibanet.org/​Document/​Default.aspx?​DocumentUid=68336C49-4106-46BF-A1C6-A8F0880444DC|IBA Rules on the   * [[http://​www.ibanet.org/​Document/​Default.aspx?​DocumentUid=68336C49-4106-46BF-A1C6-A8F0880444DC|IBA Rules on the
 Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration]] Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration]]

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