|Date of signature||29 December 1958|
|Date of ratification||1 June 1965|
|Date of entry into force||30 August 1965|
Switzerland made a reciprocity reservation. However, pursuant to Article 194 of the Swiss Private International Law Act, the Convention applies to awards rendered abroad whether or not the country has ratified the NYC. The Federal Council withdrew the reservation by Federal Decision dated 17 December 1992 (RO 1993, 2434; RO 1993, 2439).
|Instrument of ratification||
RS 0277.12 approved by the Federal Assembly on 2 March 1965
|National Arbitration Act in force||
Chapter 12 of the Swiss Private International Law Act of 18 December 1987 (as amended) [Original in French | Original in German | Original in Italian]
|Domestic Court with jurisdiction over recognition and enforcement of foreign award||
Court of First Instance of the Canton where recognition and enforcement is sought.
|Author(s) and Contributor(s)||
Republica e Cantone Ticino
Swiss Federal Council: https://www.admin.ch/gov/en/start/federal-law/classified-compilation.html [available in French, German, Italian and English]
For further information, see the ICC Guide to National Rules of Procedure for Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Awards under the New York Convention on Switzerland
Melissa Magliana ; Philippe Hovaguimian / Dispensing with written consent – or consent altogether – in third-party extensions under the New York Convention: A critical examination of the recent Swiss and U.S. Supreme Court decisions in B. Suisse and GE Energy / in b-Arbitra | Belgian Review of Arbitration, Wolters Kluwer, Volume 2020 Issue 2 pp. 249-280 - 01/01/2020
Yves Nouvel / Éclaircissements sur le lien de rattachement suffisant comme source de l'immunité d'exécution (Tribunal fédéral suisse, Oxus Gold c. République d'Ouzbékistan, 7 septembre 2017, 5A_942/2017) / 2019 (1) Les Cahiers de l'Arbitrage (The Paris Journal of International Arbitration) 77 - 01/07/2019