CACI's Centre for Conciliation, Mediation and
Arbitration (The Centre) offers businesses, natural and legal persons, public
or private companies, an alternative mode of resolving disputes. Disputes can
be, depending on the circumstances, subject to the mediation, conciliation or
arbitration of the Centre, including its new arbitration rules.
The new Centre Arbitration Rules were adopted by the
Council of CACI on January 7, 2014.
The Centre provides, in accordance with its rules of
arbitration, the resolution of national and international trade disputes.
Arbitration is used if the parties include an arbitration clause in their contracts, or sign an arbitration agreement. If no arbitration
clause was included in the contract, after the dispute arose, the parties may
agree to entrust their dispute to arbitration through a compromise.
By making use of arbitration, the parties may resolve
their national or international, trade disputes, in an alternative way to
Arbitration offers the parties the opportunity to
choose their own (s) arbitrator (s) or experts and appoint them to settle the
dispute within an established deadline.
Arbitral awards are recognized and enforced in most
countries of the world and that, under the New York Convention, ratified by at
least 145 states.
Secretariat of the Conciliation, Mediation and
Phone: 021.96.46.25 / 021.77.77 / Poste 158
Fax : 021.96.46.25
Effective arbitration rules
previous versions of arbitration rules