Arbitration is becoming more and more popular in Uzbekistan as an alternative to litigation.
As the enforcement proceedings in Uzbekistan proved to be inefficient and protracted, the State takes a decision to improve and simplify the processes in this field.
On November 5, 2018, the President of Uzbekistan signed a Resolution contemplating the establishment of the Tashkent International Arbitration Center (TIAC) ...
Please set out the various regimes applicable to recognising and enforcing judgments in your jurisdiction and the names of the countries to which such special regimes apply.
The judicial system of Uzbekistan consists of the Constitutional Court, courts of general jurisdiction for civil and criminal cases, economic courts, and military courts.
The judicial system of Uzbekistan belongs to a family of continental legal systems. It consists of specialised courts and is regulated by rules comprehensively codifi ed in written legislative documents, which are easily accessible to citizens and lawyers within and outside of Uzbekistan.