Appoint arbitrators to settle disputes with these customizable Arbitration Forms.
- Country-specific and generic forms available.
- Buy, download, use immediately.
- Reusable, editable templates in MS Word format.
Download a free Arbitration Clause for Canadian agreements and contracts.
The clause provides that the arbitration will be governed by the current Rules of Procedure for Commercial Arbitration of the ADR Institute of Canada, Inc.
This free Arbitration Clause is for use in contracts which will be governed by Canadian law.
Download this free arbitration clause for contracts between US and Canadian parties.
The Arbitration Clause sets out the procedure for cross-border arbitration in disputes arising under a contract where one party is based in Canada and another is based in the United States.
This Cross-Border Arbitration Clause can be used with contracts governed by either Canadian or US laws.
Appoint an arbitrator to handle disputes arising between members of an Indian partnership with this Arbitration Agreement Between Partners.
- Referral to Arbitrator. The parties will refer all of their disputes regarding the partnership to the arbitrator.
- Division of Assets. The arbitrator will decide how to divide the partnership assets upon dissolution of the partnership.
- Debts and Liabilities. The arbitrator will also make provision for payment of the partnershipâ€™s debts and liabilities.
- Inspection of Records. The arbitrator has the power to have an accountant inspect the books and records of the partnership.
- Failure to Participate. If any partner refuses to participate, the arbitrator has the power to proceed against that party in his or her absence.
This India Arbitration Agreement Between Partners is available as a downloadable MS Word document, and is easy to fill in with the details of your transaction.
Use this template to prepare a set of Rules of Procedure for Arbitration for your company, to be used in the event of a contractual dispute.
- The arbitrator is to be appointed by mutual agreement of the parties or, if the parties are unable to agree, by court appointment.
- The rules govern how written submissions are to be made to the arbitrator.
- The arbitrator will decide when and where meetings and hearings will be held.
- The arbitrator's decision will be final and binding.
- The Rules set out the jurisdiction and powers of the arbitrator.
These Rules of Procedure for Arbitration
are generic (not country specific) and can be easily customized for your purposes.