AICA Arbitration Rules

The AICA Arbitration Rules are available for the conduct of the arbitration process. Download them here, AICA RULES.

Arbitration is an ancient and respected form of deciding an outcome, by a neutral person who has been authorised and empowered by the parties to make a decision on the issues in dispute between them. Arbitration Rules provide the administration framework that allows the arbitration to proceed with certainty.

The AICA Arbitration Rules have been developed to draw on the best aspects of the Swiss Arbitration Rules, whilst including more certainty in the delivery of awards.

The arbitration rules together with the legislative recognition of the arbitration process contained in the uniform Commercial Arbitration Acts (see links here) provide the framework that allows arbitrators to be properly engaged in the conduct of the arbitration process.