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Arbittration Rules of Netherlands Arbitration Inst
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Article 50 - Notification and Deposit of Award
1. Upon receipt of the award the Administrator, on behalf of the
arbitral tribunal, shall ensure that without delay:
(a) a copy of the award is communicated to each of the parties by
registered mail;
(b) a final award, or partial final award, rendered in the Netherlands
is deposited with the registry of the district court within whose
district the place of arbitration is located.
2. The Administrator shall inform the parties and the arbitral tribunal
as soon as possible in writing of the date of the deposit mentioned  in
the previous paragraph under (b).
3. A copy of the award shall be kept in the archives of the NAI for a
period of ten years. During this period, parties may request the
Administrator for a certified copy of their award, against payment of
the costs therefor.
Article 51 - Res Judicata of Award
An arbitral award shall bind the parties from the day it is rendered. By
agreeing to arbitration by the NAI or in accordance with the NAI Rules,
the parties shall be deemed to have undertaken to carry out the
resulting award without delay.
Article 52 - Rectification or Correction of Award
1. No later than 30 days after the date of deposit referred to in
Article 50(1)(b), a party may request the arbitral tribunal to rectify a
manifest computation or clerical error in the award.
2. If the details referred to in Article 49(2)(a), (b), (i) and (j) are
stated incorrectly or are partially or wholly absent from the award, a
party may, no later than 30 days after the date of deposit of the award
referred to in Article 50(1)(b), request that the arbitral tribunal
correct the mistake or omission.
3. This request shall be submitted to the Administrator in writing, in
five copies. The Administrator shall communicate a copy of the request
to the other party and to the arbitral tribunal.
4. The arbitral tribunal may, also on its own initiative, no later than
30 days after the date of deposit of the award referred to in Article
50(1)(b), make the rectification referred to in paragraph (1), or  the
correction referred to in paragraph (2).
5. In the event that the arbitral tribunal makes the rectification or
correction, it shall record it in a separate document which shall be
deemed to form part of the award. This document shall be made in  four
copies and shall contain:
(a) the details referred to in Article 49(2)(a) and (b);
(b) a reference to the award to which the rectification or correction
pertains;
(c) the rectification or correction;
(d) the date of rectification or correction, provided that the date of
the award to which the rectification or correction pertains shall remain
conclusive;
(e) a signature to which the provisions of Article 48 apply.
6. The document referred to in the previous paragraph shall be
communicated to the Administrator as soon as possible after it is
signed. The Administrator shall communicate it to the parties  and
deposit it with the registry of the district court; the provisions of
Article 50 shall apply accordingly. The document shall be attached to
the copies of the arbitral award to which it pertains.
7. If the arbitral tribunal denies the request for rectification or
correction, it shall inform the parties in writing thereof through the
intermediary of the Administrator.
8. In case of an interim arbitral award, the provisions of this Article
shall apply accordingly, it being understood that the request referred
to in paragraphs (1) and (2) may be made no later than thirty days after
receipt of the award.
Article 53 - Additional Award
1. If the arbitral tribunal has failed to decide on one or more matters
which have been submitted to it, a party may, no later than thirty days
after the date of deposit of the award referred to in Article 50(1)(b),
request the arbitral tribunal to render an additional award.
2. This request shall be submitted to the Administrator in writing, in
five copies. The Administrator shall communicate a copy of the  request
to the other party and to the arbitral tribunal.
3. Before deciding on the request, the arbitral tribunal shall give the
parties the opportunity to be heard.
4. An additional award shall be regarded as an arbitral award to which
the provisions of this section shall apply.
5. If the arbitral tribunal rejects the request for an additional award,
it shall inform the parties in writing through the intermediary of the
Administrator. A copy of this notification, signed by an arbitrator or
by the secretary of the arbitral tribunal, shall be deposited with the
registry of the district court, in accordance with the provisions of
Article 50(1)(b). The provisions of Article 50(2) and (3) shall  apply
accordingly.
Article 54 - Arbitral Award on Agreed Terms
1. If during the arbitration proceedings the parties reach a

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