All disputes, controversies or claims arising out of or related to this Agreement or its breach, termination or invalidity shall be settled by arbitration, in accordance with the UNCLOS Arbitration Rules. Arbitration is managed by the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA). The invested authority for the employment sector is ACICA. The number of arbitrators is [one or three]. The place of arbitration is Sydney, Australia [or choose another location]. The languages to be used in the arbitration proceedings shall be […]. 2. The party initiating arbitration proceedings (hereinafter referred to as “the claimant”) shall transmit to the other party (hereinafter “the respondent”) a notice of arbitration including: (i) a request for referral to arbitration; When using and adapting the following clauses, the parties should read the disclaimer at the end of this website and be aware that there is no one-stop approach to developing an effective arbitration agreement. The IBA Guide to Drafting International Arbitration Clause is a useful introduction to the topic. ACICA is the management body and the personnel invested authority, in accordance with the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules. ACICA recommends the following arbitration clause for parties who adopt the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules: Association Française d`Arbitrage (AFA) “Any dispute or disagreement arising out of or related to this Treaty shall be the subject of an arbitration procedure, in accordance with the rules of the French Arbitration Association that the parties declare accepted”.
Please note that additional model clauses, including the Deposit Agreement and the Multi-Step Clause, are available on CPR`s website under www.cpradr.org/ London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA). “All disputes arising out of or related to this Agreement, including all matters relating to its existence, validity or termination, will be answered by arbitration and will be finally resolved in accordance with LCIA`s rules. which rules apply by reference to this clause. . . .