The arbitration process usually starts with the complaining party giving notice to the other about their intent to arbitrate a dispute. The notice includes the nature and basis for the proceeding. Following this notice the other party has a period of time to file a written response.
What is the arbitral procedure?
Arbitration is a procedure in which a dispute is submitted, by agreement of the parties, to an arbitrator or to a tribunal of several arbitrators who give a decision on the dispute that is binding on the parties.
Where can we initiate arbitration proceedings?
Arbitration & Conciliation Centre – Bengaluru (Domestic & International) (www.arbitrationcentreblr.org), an initiative of the High Court of Karnataka.
What are the different types of instructions for arbitration?
A few types of arbitrations in India on the basis of jurisdictionDomestic Arbitration. International Arbitration. International Commercial Arbitration. Institutional arbitration. Ad-hoc arbitration. Fast track arbitration. Does India have the infrastructure to support institutional arbitration? •10 Aug 2019
What matters can and Cannot be referred to arbitration?
➢ Even in case of civil rights following matter cannot be referred to arbitration: (a) Matrimonial matters and matters connected with conjugal rights. (b) Industrial Disputes and Revenue matters (Income Tax & other Tax matters). (c) Testamentary matters under Succ3ession act. (d) Motor Vehicle Accident conversation.
What are the two kinds of arbitration?
Arbitrations are usually divided into two types: ad hoc arbitrations and administered arbitrations.
Who can enter in to arbitration agreement?
Every person (including a foreigner) who is competent to contract can enter into an arbitration agreement. He must have attained the age of majority according to the law to which he is subject and must be of sound mind and must not be disqualified from contracting by the law by which he is governed.
Who can refer dispute arbitration?
--(1) Where any industrial dispute exists or is apprehended and the employer and the workmen agree to refer the dispute to arbitration, they may, at any time before the dispute has been referred under section 10 to a Labour Court or Tribunal or National Tribunal, by a written agreement, refer the dispute to arbitration ...