1What does ChaAT mean?
ChaAT is the English abbreviation of Chamber Arbitration Tribunal at the Tamilnadu Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
2When was ChaAT established officially?
ChaAT officially established on November 24th, 2007 on the grounds of Decision inaugurated by Hon'ble Justice Thiru Ajit Prakash Shah (Chief Justice of Madras High Court)
3What is the purpose of ChaAT?
The purpose of ChaAT is to promote the development of method of dispute settlement through arbitration or other methods of commercial dispute settlement (ADR – Alternative Dispute Resolution) prescribed by law in the manner of fairness, convenience and prompt
4How does ChaAT function in arbitral proceedings?
According to the Charter of ChaAT, ChaAT performs the function of organizing the dispute settlement through arbitration and other methods of commercial dispute settlement prescribed by law; giving administrative and office support and others during the arbitration proceedings and other methods of commercial dispute settlement.
5Is ChaAT a governmental organization and does it have its legal status?
ChaAT is a non-governmental organization. According to the Charter of ChaAT, ChaAT is an independent organization which operates in accordance with Indian law and the Charter of ChaAT. ChaAT has its legal status, its own seal and account. ChaAT operates for non-profit purposes