Vol. 3, Issue 6 (2017)
An overview to international commercial arbitration courts
Author(s): Munketh Ahmed Abdulkarim Alrawashdeh
Abstract: The scope of international commercial arbitration has been expanding. For instance, we can see that there are numerous arbitration bodies and centre that are responsible for conducting such processes. Furthermore, mentioning terms about such processes in the international contracts of typical form has become something compulsory. Such international contracts are considered highly significant in the world of international trade. Examples of such trade may include: the international supply contracts, international assembling contracts and the international contracts made by industrial facilities. Such contracts shall require referring the cases of disputes to the International Chamber of Commerce and enforcing the arbitration rules of this chamber upon such disputes. Furthermore, referring cases of disputes to arbitration bodies and centres and enforcing their arbitration rules upon have become compulsory. These things have become compulsory pursuant to the terms of multilateral international arbitration agreements and conventions that have been concluded between countries.