|Official name||Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration|
|Address||12, Jalan Conlay|
|Telephone||(60)3 2142 0103/2142 0702|
|Fax||(60)3 2142 4513|
The Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration was established in 1978 under the auspices of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee (an inter-governmental organization) with the assistance of the Government of Malaysia. The Centre is non-profit and serves the Asian and the Pacific Region. It was established with the objective of providing a system for the settlement of disputes for parties engaged in trade and commerce with and within the region.
The Centre promotes international commercial arbitration in the region. It administers international arbitrations. It renders assistance for the enforcement of awards. It provides advice and assistance to businesses on dispute resolution. Besides arbitration, it provides other options for the settlement of disputes such as mediation/conciliation under the Conciliation Rules of the Centre. Domestic arbitrations may be referred to the Centre. The Centre also provides technical facilities and assistance for holding ad-hoc arbitrations. As to the arbitration rules, the Centre applies the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules with some minor modifications.
- hearing rooms seating 8 to 30 people (each hearing room equiped with secure document storage facilities;
- waiting rooms for witnesses;
- arbitratorsí retiring room;
- counsels' rooms;
- conference/seminar room for up to 65 people;
- secretarial services
- photocopying and facsimile copier;
- strong room for storing documents;
- catering facilities, coffee and tea service, large coffee lounge for 20-30 people, access to tropical garden.
|Rules for Arbitration of the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (1998)|
|Conciliation/Mediation Rules of the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (1998)|