Consolidation of procedures An even more complex situation occurs when there are a number of contracts for a single project. In such a case, there may be a dispute that depends on the liability of several of the different project contracts and any number of parties. If each contract contains a separate arbitration agreement between the parties, a separate procedure must be initiated for each contract. This situation is probably very unsatisfactory, resulting in delays, unnecessary costs and can lead to inconsistent decisions between different groups of parties in different arbitration proceedings on the basis of the same facts. 9.Time limit for the preparation of the Arbitration Award A useful provision in an arbitration clause is that which requires arbitrators to submit their sentence within six months of appointment. However, where such a provision is included, it is necessary to ensure that the time limit can be extended, since, if the proceedings are inevitably delayed, the court may find itself in a deficient procedure if it does not render its sentence within the allotted time. Optional Clauses In their loan agreements, banks have traditionally introduced court clauses that give them the right to initiate proceedings against the borrower in the most diverse systems, while they force the borrower, if he wishes to bring an action, to file a complaint only in the courts of a state, often the headquarters of the bank. This can affect the jurisdiction, headquarters and language of arbitration in the event of a dispute. Arbitration is private and has the potential to be confidential. Confidentiality is governed by certain legal systems; considering that, in many legal systems, the parties do not have confidentiality obligations. It may be advantageous to include confidentiality obligations in the arbitration agreement (for example. B trade secrets). It is desirable that the parties not settle confidentiality by absolute means, since, in some cases, disclosure may be necessary for the benefit of one of the parties or for the execution of the sentence.
Parties may choose to remain silent on the production of documents and adopt the provisions of the existing arbitration rules. Parties may adopt the IBA`s evidence-obtaining rules in international arbitrations (“IBA rules”) or set their own rules. Under the Arbitrato Act of 1950, the Tribunal had the power to refuse to suspend its proceedings on these specific grounds with respect to national arbitration agreements. However, under the 1996 Act, which removed the distinction between national arbitration agreements and non-national arbitration agreements, the Tribunal no longer has such discretion. Arbitration is one of those alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, governed by the Arbitration – Conciliation Act 1996, which maintains party autonomy and rapid elimination. The system is constantly evolving and more and more commercial contracts recognize the conciliation method as their method of resolving disputes. Arbitration agreements are the essential basis of international arbitration. A successful arbitration process begins with a successful arbitration agreement.