Rules and Documents

ADR Rules
The ICC ADR Rules are the result of discussions between dispute resolution experts and representatives of the business community from 75 countries.

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Disbute Board rules 2004
Dispute Boards (DBs) are normally set up at the outset of a contract and remain in place and are remunerated throughout its duration.

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ICC DOCDEX rules
ICC’s DOCDEX rules were aimed at providing an alternative dispute resolution system for parties using the ICC rules in letter of credit transactions.


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ICC Rules for pre-arbitral
The extent to which the ICC Rules for a Pre-Arbitral Referee Procedure are accepted may vary from one country to another depending on the applicable law(s).


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ICC Rules of appointing
The Request shall contain all the information that the requesting party deems appropriate to allow the Court to make the requested appointment.


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ICC Rules of arbitration
The International Court of Arbitration (the “Court”) of the International Chamber of Commerce (the “ICC”) is the arbitration body attached to the ICC.


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IP Roadmap
Ten years ago ICC produced an “Intellectual Property Roadmap for Business and Policy Makers.”


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Rules for expertise
Of the various languages in which the ICC Rules for Expertise may be published, the English and French versions are the only official texts


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