1 Article 21.2 of the New Rules provides that "At the request of a party, the arbitral tribunal may order any interim measure it deems necessary or proper in accordance with the applicable law, and may require the requesting party to provide appropriate security in connection with the measure. The order of an interim measure by the arbitral tribunal may take the form of a procedural order or an interlocutory award."
2 Article 15 of CIETAC's Arbitration Rules 1956 provides that "The Presiding Arbitrator may, upon the application a party, order interim measures regarding the materials or property rights of a party, in
order to protect the parties' rights."
3 Article 21.1 of the New Rules provides that "Where a party applies for conservatory measures pursuant to the laws of the People’s Republic of China, the secretariat of CIETAC shall forward the party’s
application to the competent court designated by that party in accordance with the law."
4 Under Article 17 and 18 of the Old Rules, applications for preservation of property and protection of evidence shall be forwarded by CIETAC to the PRC Courts.
5 Article 48 of the New Rules provides that "(1) Where the arbitral tribunal considers it necessary, or where a party so requests and the arbitral tribunal agrees, the arbitral tribunal may render a partial award on any part of the claim before rendering the final award. A partial award is final and binding upon both parties. (2) Failure of either party to implement a partial award shall not affect the arbitration proceedings, nor prevent the arbitral tribunal from making the final award.

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