Montpellier Court of Appeal, 12 October 2017, Zwahlen & Mayr v. Bouygues Travaux Publics, no. 17/00269

The so-called Bouygues arbitration clauses include a closed list of arbitrators to appoint.
They do not violate the equality of the parties in the appointment of the arbitrators and are
not manifestly inapplicable [under French law, the arbitral tribunal has always jurisdiction unless the clause that underlies its jurisdiction is void or inapplicable], given that the parties have agreed on this method.

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