Moldova's Arbitration ActMoldova is an Eastern European country located between Romania and Ukraine. Moldova is a democratic country whose official language is Moldovan, also called Romanian. Moldova’s Arbitration Act 1994 contains provisions to regulate domestic and foreign disputes. Parties are afforded a degree of freedom in adopting the type of arbitration institution that would resolve their dispute. For ad-hoc arbitrations in particular, parties can choose the structure of the arbitration panel and arbitration place.
The following questions have been addressed in this article:Who can be an arbitrator under Moldova's arbitration law?
How is the arbitration panel formed?
What powers does the arbitrator have to terminate the proceedings?
Under what circumstances are arbitration panel’s decision reviewed?