[…] the Tribunal has jurisdiction over the Parties and the subject-matter of this dispute with the exception that it has no jurisdiction to determine whether the TVPEE breached Spain's obligations under the [Energy Charter Treaty (the "ECT")].1
17.4. Neither party shall be permitted to submit additional or responsive documents after the filing of its respective last written submission, save under exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the Tribunal upon a reasoned written request followed by observations from the other party.
17.4.1. Should a party request leave to file additional or responsive documents, that party may not annex the documents that it seeks to file to its request.
17.4.2. If the Tribunal grants such an application for submission of an additional or responsive document, the Tribunal shall ensure that the other party is afforded sufficient opportunity to make its observations concerning such a document.24
[…] the Court of appeal concludes that the reasons used by the CJEU as a basis for its assessment are of a general nature and considers that they do not leave room for any other conclusion when, as in this case, Swedish law is applicable to the proceedings".33
An arbitral award made on the basis of a clause such as that at issue must be regarded as having been made unlawfully, since it is incompatible with the fundamental rules and principles governing the legal order in the Union and, therefore, in Sweden. […] It follows from the foregoing that the maintenance of the arbitral awards in question would be manifestly incompatible with the principles of the legal order in Sweden. The special arbitration award and the final arbitration award must therefore be declared null and void pursuant to Article 33(1)(2) [of the Swedish Arbitration Act].39
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