|Official name||British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre|
|Address||#104 - 1260 Hornby Street|
|City||Vancouver, British Columbia|
The British Columbia International Arbitration Centre is a not-for-profit organization established in 1986 with the support of the provincial and federal governments. The Centre has adopted rules for international commercial arbitrations and conciliation proceedings that are similar to but not the same as the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules and UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules.
The British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre is an organization committed to offering business alternatives to litigation. The Centre is available to provide information and assist in the smooth conduct of the arbitration or the mediation. As an administrator, the Centre provides Rules of Procedure, establishes timelines and appoints independent and qualified mediators and expert arbitrators.
- Upon request, the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration will assist the arbitral tribunal to establish the date, time and place of meetings and hearings;
- the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration will provide a hearing room, witness waiting room, arbitrators retiring room, etc.;
- reporter transcripts or meetings or hearings;
- services of interpreters or translators;
- secretarial support and clerical assistance;
- long distance and local telephone access and telecopier facilities;
- photocopying and other usual office services;
- temporary and permanent exhibit and document storage.
|International Commercial Arbitration Rules in the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre (2000)|
|Mediation - Rules of Procedure|