Over the past decade, arbitration in emergency situations has become one of the largest activities for the success of international arbitration, and it can even be said that there is no other new arbitration. This mechanism provides urgent protection to the parties before the formation of the arbitral tribunal or the delay in its formation. Conducted by international arbitration institutions around the world in line with the provisions of the national arbitration legislation in those countries, emergency arbitration procedures have been introduced into the rules of many arbitration institutions after the amendment of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Arbitration in 2006, which aims to help states reform and modernize their national laws.

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