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ICC Arbitration and ADR Rules - 2012

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The latest Rules of Arbitration (in force from 1 January 2012) and the ADR Rules (in force from 1 July 2001) of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) may be downloaded FREE in PDF form directly from ICC's website using the link recorded below.

ISBN: 9789284201136

Publisher:ICC is a leading provider of dispute resolution services for individuals, businesses, states, state entities, and international organizations seeking alternatives to court litigation.


The document also includes reference to standard and suggested clauses for use by parties who wish to have recourse to ICC Arbitration and/or ICC ADR under these Rules.

All ICC Dispute Resolution Services are based on rules that only ICC can administer. All of the ICC sets of rules are neutral, cost-effective and designed specifically for the resolution of international disputes. Parties choosing ICC can tailor the dispute resolution service to their particular needs thanks to a range of options. Depending on the circumstances, parties might prefer one, or a blend, of the services.

  • Arbitration – ICC Arbitration is administered by the ICC International Court of Arbitration, assisted by the ICC Court’s Secretariat. ICC Arbitration is a flexible procedure that leads to a binding decision from a neutral arbitral tribunal (unless the parties settle during the arbitration, which is common). An ICC arbitral tribunal’s decision, called an award, is often complied with voluntarily by the unsuccessful party. Where there is a failure to comply, the award can be enforced in more than 145 countries around the world under both domestic and international enforcement regimes including, notably, the 1958 New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards.
  • ADR (Amicable Dispute Resolution) – ICC ADR is administered by the ICC International Centre for ADR. ADR aims to achieve a negotiated settlement with the assistance of an independent neutral. The default procedure under the ADR Rules is mediation, but they also encompass conciliation, neutral evaluation and a variety of combinations of these and other techniques. Where successful, ADR results in an agreement that is contractually binding but cannot itself be enforced internationally like an arbitral tribunal award.

 Note: The English and French versions are the only official texts. 

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