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Referring disputes to us
 
    • Resolve disputes through CIAC
    • CIAC as appointing authority
    • Service of CIAC panel of arbitrators

(A)   Disputes can be referred to the CIAC in two ways

  • By a clause in a contract providing for the reference of all future disputes under that contract:-
    The parties having CIAC Arbitration clause in their agreement, can initiate CIAC services for arbitration, on any dispute or difference arising out of the said agreement, by filing a notice of arbitration with CIAC as mentioned in the Rule 4 of CIAC arbitration Manual, accompanied by the appropriate filing fee. CIAC shall initiate the requested service as per its Arbitration Rules.
  • By a separate agreement providing for the reference of an existing dispute.
    Parties having a contractual dispute not having CIAC Arbitration clause in their underlying contract may agree to refer the dispute to CIAC by entering into an agreement for arbitration through CIAC Arbitration Rules. The parties having such agreement can file a notice of arbitration under Rule 4 of CIAC manual, accompanied by the appropriate filing fee. CIAC shall initiate the requested services as per its Arbitration Rules.

(B)   CIAC as appointing authority

CIAC shall, on the written request of parties, act as an appointing authority to facilitate the conduct of arbitral proceedings that the parties have agreed to conduct under the Arbitration rules.

  • On receipt of a request to appoint an arbitrator, CIAC will communicate to each party a list containing the names, description of qualifications and experience of at least three or five individuals from the panel of arbitrators. The parties shall, after marking the names in the order of preferences, return the list to the CIAC within 30 days of reciept of list.
  • On receipt of the list returned by the party, the CIAC shall, within 30 days, appoint the arbitrator from the list taking into account the order of preference indicated by the parties;
In case, parties fail to return the list within the stipulated time as mentioned above, CIAC may appoint the arbitrator from the panel of arbitrators.

(C)   Service of CIAC panel of arbitrators

  • The parties to the dispute may avail the service of arbitrator from the panel of CIAC, by written request to the council for resolution of their dispute through Ad-hoc arbitration. Such request of parties may contain following:-
    • Name of arbitrator or arbitrators (as the case may be)
    • Brief Nature of Dispute
  • On reciept of such request, CIAC shall, within 30 days, seek the consent of the arbitrator(s) and inform the parties.
  • In case arbitrator (s) fails to give consent, CIAC shall inform the same to the parties and parties may file a fresh request with CIAC for the services of Arbitrator(s)
 
 
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