Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 2 Order 1931

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Published: 1931-07-23

Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 2 Order 1931
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CHAPTER 182

ARBITRATION (FOREIGN AWARDS).

PART I
Subsidiary Legislation under the Arbitration (Foreign
Awards) Act, 1930 (20 & 21 Geo. 5 c. 15) of the United

Kingdom.

ARBITRATION (FOREIGN AWARDS) No. 2
ORDER, 1931
1931 No. 669

At The Court Of Buckingham Palace.
The 23rd day of July, 1931

Present,
The King’s Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
Whereas a Convention on the Execution of Arbitral

Awards was, on the twenty-sixth day of September
nineteen hundred and twenty-seven, signed at Geneva on
behalf of His Majesty:

And whereas by subsection (1) of section one of the
Arbitration (Foreign Awards) Act, 1930, it is provided that
Part 1 of that Act applies to any award made after the
twenty-eight day of July, nineteen hundred and twenty-
four —

(a) in pursuance of an agreement for arbitration to
which the protocol set out in the Schedule to the
Arbitration Clauses (Protocol) Act, 1924, ap-
plies; and

(b) between persons of whom one is subject to the
jurisdiction of some one of such Powers as His
Majesty, being satisfied that reciprocal provi-
sions have been made, may by Order in Council
declare to be parties to the said Convention, and
of whom the other is subject to the jurisdiction of
some other of the Powers aforesaid; and

20 & 21 Geo. 5.
c. 15.

14 & 15 Geo. 5
c. 39.

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(c) in one of such territories as His Majesty, being
satisfied that reciprocal provisions have been
made, may by Order in Council declare to be
territories to which the said Convention applies:

And whereas His Majesty is satisfied that reciprocal
provisions have been made as aforesaid by the Foreign
Power set out in the first column of Part II of the Schedule
to this Order and as respects the territories belonging to
such Power set out in the second column of that Part:

Now, therefore, His Majesty, by and with the advice
of His Privy Council, in pursuance of the powers conferred
upon Him by the said Act and of all other powers enabling
Him in that behalf, is pleased to declare, and it is hereby
declared, as follows:

1. The Powers set out in the first column of the
Schedule to this Order are parties to the said Convention.

2. The territories set out in the second column of the
said Schedule are territories to which the said Convention
applies.

3. This Order may be cited as The Arbitration
(Foreign Awards) No. 2 Order 1931, and shall come into
force on the 13th day of August, 1931.

Colin Smith.

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SCHEDULE
First Column Second Column

Powers parties to the
Convention

Territories to which the
Convention applies

PART I
His Majesty the King of Great
Britain, Ireland and the British
Dominions beyond the Seas,
Emperor of India

Bahamas.
British Guiana.
British Honduras.
Falkland Islands.
Gibraltar.
Gold Coast:

(a) Colony.
(b) Ashanti.
(c) Northern Territories.
(d) Togoland under British

Mandate.
Jamaica (including Turks and

Caicos Islands and Cayman
Islands).
Kenya.
Palestine (excluding Trans-
Jordan).
Tanganyika Territory.
Uganda Protectorate.
Windward Islands:

Grenada.
St. Lucia.
St. Vincent.

Zanzibar.
PART II

The President of the French
Republic.

France.


The following is a list of United Kingdom Orders in

Council in force on the 1st August 1965 declaring the under-
mentioned States to be parties to the Geneva Convention.
1940, July 28. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1930 [U.

K., New Zealand (including Western Samoa), Belgium,
Demark, Estonia, Spain and Sweden] (1930/674)

1930, Dec. 18. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 2 O. 1930
[Belgian Congo, Mandated Territory of Ruanda-Urundi,
Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland] (1930/1096)

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1931, Mar. 20. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1931
[Newfoundland, Italy, Portugal] (1931/166)

1931, July 23. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 2 O 1931
[Bahamas, British Guiana, British Honduras, Falkland
Islands, Ghana, Gibraltar, Jamaica (including Turks and
Caicos Islands and Cayman Islands), Kenya, Tanganyika,
Uganda, Windward Islands (Grenada, St. Lucia, St.
Vincent), Zanzibar and France] (1931/669)

1931 Oct. 7. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 3 O. 1931
[Northern Rhodesia, Mauritius, Roumania and Siam]
(1931/898)

1931, Dec. 17. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 4 O. 1931
[Czechoslovakia, Finland and the Netherlands]
(1931/1066)

1932, Aug. 8. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1932
[Greece] (1932/674)

1933, Feb. 7. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1933
[Leeward Islands] (1933/42)

1933, May 25. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 2 O. 1933
[Netherlands, Indies, Surinam and Curaçao] (1933/544)

1935, Feb. 21. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1935
[Malta] (1935/133)

1938, Feb. 24. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1938
[India] (1938/137)

1938, Nov. 4. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 2 O. 1938 [Free
City of Danzig] (1938/1360)

1939, Dec. 20. O. in C. amending the O. in C. of Feb. 7, 1933
[Dominica] (1939/1896)

1952, Nov. 25. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1952
[State of Israel] (1952/2035)

1953, Oct. 28. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1953
[Austria] (1953/1555)

1958, June 25. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) No. 1 O. 1958
[Japan] (1958/1051)

1960, Mar. 16. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) O. 1960
[Yugoslavia] (1960/436)

1965, May 10. Arbitration (Foreign Awards) O. 1965 [Hong
Kong] (1965/586)
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