Chamber Arbitration Tribunal (ChaAT) is an independent and non-profit organization. The objective of ChaAT is to promote the dispute resolution method of arbitration or alternative dispute resolutions (ADR). ChaAT has a strong desire of building up an objective, impartial and reliable method of dispute resolution which also ensures the effectiveness and convenience. ChaAT has been considering as a reputable arbitration Institute in India and gains much of reliance of domestic and international business communities.
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|Evening||2.30 PM - 6.30 PM|Sunday Closed
1What is commercial arbitration?
Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) which is agreed by parties of the dispute. Arbitration can be used to replace the traditional way of litigation in court. With such pros like simple procedure and flexibility as agreed by parties help parties to settle their dispute faster.
2Advantages of commercial arbitration
Parties are facilitated with more autonomy with regards to procedural matters such as time, place, language, governing laws, etc. Moreover, normally, parties choosing arbitration do not have to go through different levels of adjudication, as in the national court system, which helps to save time and money for both sides
1What is mediation?
Mediation is the process of negotiating between parties in order to settle the disputes with the help from a third party (called mediator). Mediation shares many similarities with negotiation except one, there is no third party in negotiation guiding other parties through negotiating the process.
2Advantages of commercial mediation
Mediation procedure is conducted promptly and flexibly; Parties can determine by themselves any person to become mediator as well as place of mediator. Therefore, with such choice, parties can select person whom has expertise knowledge on the issues of the case; With friendly nature, mediation is designed in order to maintain and develop relations for both parties’ benefit.