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Article II [Recognition of Arbitration Agreements]

1. Each Contracting State shall recognize an agreement in writing under which the parties undertake to submit to arbitration all or any differences which have arisen or which may arise between them in respect of a defined legal relationship, whether contractual or not, concerning a subject matter capable of settlement by arbitration. 2. The term “agreement in writing” shall include an arbitral clause in a contract or an arbitration agreement, signed by the parties or contained in an exchange of letters or telegrams. 3. The court of a Contracting State, when seized of an action in a matter in respect of which the parties have made an agreement within the meaning of this article, shall, at the request of one of the parties, refer the parties to arbitration, unless it finds that the said agreement is null and void, inoperative or incapable of being performed. Alqudah, Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Online Business-to-Consumer Contracts, (2011) 28(1) J. Int. Arb. 67; Alvarez, Article II(2) of the New York Convention and the Courts, in: van den Berg (ed.), Improving the Efficiency of Arbitration Agreements and Awards: 40 Years of Application of the New York Convention, ICCA Congress Series No. 9, Kluwer Law International 1999, p. 67; Amro, Enforcement of Cross-Border Online Arbitral Awards and Online Arbitration Agreements in National Courts, (2016) 5(2) Slovenska arbitražna praksa 17; Arfazadeh, Arbitrability under the New York Convention: The Lex Fori Revisited, (2001) 17 Arb. Int’l 73; Arroyo (ed.), Arbitration in Switzerland: The Practitioner’s Guide, 2nd ed., Kluwer Law International 2018; Baldus, Der elektronisch

Wolff NYC/Wolff NYC Art. 2 Rn. 1-325
Wolff NYC/Wolff, 2. Aufl. 2019, NYC Art. 2 Rn. 1-325