Costly, time-consuming business disputes can take a real bite out of your company’s bottom line. That is why more and more companies are turning to the Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA), the undisputed leader in dispute resolution services in India.

The ICA was established in 1965 as a specialized arbitral body at the national level under the initiatives of the Govt. of India and apex business organizations like FICCI etc. Based in New Delhi, the main objective of ICA is to promote amicable, quick and inexpensive settlement of commercial disputes by means of arbitration, conciliation, regardless of location. more...

In order to update the contact details of all ICA members a Database updation Form is prepared and enclosed for your information and use. Please do the needful in order to help us update your contact information. The completed form may be send to the council by post or through email. (Download Form)

Registration Fee for Arbitration Cases:
w.e.f   08 - 05 -2012

Claims below Rs. 1 crore           Rs.  10000
Claims above Rs.  1 crore             Rs.  20,000
 

APPLICABILITY OF RULES OF INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION OF THE COUNCIL

As you are well aware, the Rules of International Commercial Arbitration of the Council has been effective from 1st January, 2014, which recommends a standard arbitration clause, as reproduced below, which may be included in any contract or agreement for resolution of any international commercial dispute/s without modification or modified as may be required or according to the parties’ preferences: more.....

ICA COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION, CONCILIATION & MARITIME ARBITRATION CLAUSES

3-Day Workshop on Domestic and International Arbitration
March 9-11, 2015, New Delhi


The Indian Council of Arbitration organised a 3-day Workshop on “Domestic and International Arbitration” from 9th to 11th March, 2015 at New Delhi. The Workshop was undertaken to enlarge the spectrum of knowledge of the participants to qualify them as commercial arbitrators. The programme started with the introduction to the Arbitration Act 1996 through the legal nature of the border line between national and international governance and the role of the judiciary in arbitral system. The programme provided a high level academic forum for exchange of ideas on salient features and current developments in the field of international arbitration. Click here to view more and gallery


Mr. Arun Chawla
Advisor


Mr. D Sengupta
Additional Director
Team Leader
ICA RELEASED ITS NEW RULES FOR INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
The Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA) has recently published its new Rules of International Commercial Arbitration governing international commercial disputes for ICA commercial arbitrations initiated on or after 1st January, 2014. Arbitration proceedings filed prior to 1st January, 2014 continue to be governed by the ICA Rules of Arbitration amended and effective from 8th May, 2012.

There are a number of significant changes brought into the new Rules of International Commercial Arbitration, many of which appear designed to add increased flexibility to the parties and retain arbitration's promise of a streamlined, cost-effective alternative to traditional litigation. Click here to see the complete text of the new Rules of International Commercial Arbitration.


ARBITRATION IN INDIA: THE FUTURE SCENARIO
22ND DECEMBER, 2014 – NEW DELHI



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Maritime Rules
For complete text of the revised Maritime Rules (with effect from 1st September, 2014), click here.