1. The Arbitral Tribunal shall issue the award within 14 (fourteen) days after the subject-matter of a civil legal dispute is reviewed. The arbitration panel shall issue the award in writing. The award shall be signed by all the arbitrators and shall bear the date and place of rendering the judgment. If any of the arbitrators does not sign the award, the award of the Court of Arbitration shall specify the reasons why their signature is missing.
2. the award shall contine the following information:
1) the panel of the Arbitral Tribunal;
2) the date of making of the award and the place of the arbitral proceeding;
3) information of the parties - for a natural person - given name, surname, personal identity number, other personal identification information and declared place of residence, or other address, which can be used for correspondence; for a legal person - name, registration number, other personal identification information and registered office;
4) the subject-matter of a dispute;
5) reasons of the award unless the parties have agreed otherwise;
6) conclusion regarding complete or partial support of the claim or complete or partial rejection and the basis af award of the Arbitral Tribunal;
7) the amount to be recovered, if the award is rendered regarding recovery of monetary means, indicating separately the principal debt and interest, the time period for which interest has been adjudged, the rights of the plaintiff as to the receipt of interest for the time period until the execution of the award, including also a reference to the extent thereof;
8) a specific property and value thereof, which is to be recovered in the event that the property does not exist, if the award is rendered regarding recovery of property in specie;
9) what actions, by whom, and within what time period are to be fulfilled, if the award imposes a duty to fulfil certain actions;
10) what part of the award refers to each plaintiff, if the award is made for the benefit of more than one plaintiff, or what part of the award is to be fulfilled by each defendant, if the award is made against more than one defendant;
11) expenses related to arbitration proceedings and the distribution of such expenses and expenses related to rendering legal assistance among the parties;
12) expenses related to legal assistance in the case of the parties, if any, and the distribution of such expenses among the parties;
13) other information, which the Arbitral Tribunal considers necessary.