Arbitration and Alternate Dispute Resolutions

Arbitration, in its simplest form, is a process wherein disagreements are settled outside of a courtroom. With arbitration, the disputing parties designate one another as neutral third parties to mediate the case outside of court. The parties agree to submit their issues to arbitration since it provides a more efficient means of resolving them and eliminating them altogether.

Arbitration forum, arbitrator(s), and rules of procedure shall all be determined by mutual agreement between the parties to the dispute. Because arbitrations are private in nature, they might be appealing to parties who would rather not have their dispute made public through a trial.

When the parties agree to arbitrate, they will also agree on the rules of arbitration. These rules include:

  • How the arbitration process will be conducted, and what paperwork will be exchanged.
  • Process for selecting an arbitrator
  • How the arbitration itself will be conducted (including statements of claim and defence)
  • Suitable time frame

The goal of commercial arbitration is to provide a forum for the final, binding resolution of business disputes through the use of an independent, private arbitrary panel. Commercial arbitration legislation serves as a model for domestic arbitration laws in each state and territory. When a corporation has a disagreement, what benefits may it expect from choosing arbitration? Many positive outcomes can be expected by submitting a business disagreement to arbitration.

  • In an arbitration agreement, you can specify who will serve as the arbitrator and what kind of training and experience they should have
  • In most places, an arbitrator's ruling is final and cannot be challenged in court. An award cannot be contested after 28 days under English law unless one of the few exceptions applies
  • Arbitration is typically more expedient than the litigation process
  • Each party has the option of keeping the proceedings and the award private
  • To settle the dispute, you can select an impartial third party (the "Arbitrator") who has expertise in the topic at issue.

We, at AMA Legal Solutions, additionally specialise in Mediation, Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolution through Arbitration as we stand strong by the three pillars that include Negotiations, Mediation (third party intervention) & Adjudication/Arbitration

Our Services

Arbitration Services
  • Commercial Arbitration
  • Consumer Rights
  • Money and Debt Recovery
  • Ad hoc arbitration
  • Fast Track Arbitration
  • Contractual Arbitration
  • Statutory Arbitration
  • Banking and Finance Laws