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What is Arbitration court?

Arbitration court is a non-governmental legal institution reviewing and deciding upon the civil cases subjected to arbitration court.

In the modern society arbitration courts are widespread and used in resolving property claims not only in internal national civil and commercial relations, but also in international trade.

What are the advantages of the Arbitration court?

1. Speedy review of cases

Dispute is resolved once; the award is final and is not subject to appeal. It enhances a quick and objective review of dispute between the parties; taking into account that the settlement of dispute at the arbitration court generally takes approximately two up to four weeks, but in litigation in state courts legal proceeding may last up to several months and even years.

2. Economy

Taking into account that the Arbitration court adopts the decision at a one-instance legal proceeding, the expenses are much more less for there are no extra funds necessary for several court hearings as it is a case in state court litigation system.

3. Convenience

Once the case is filed for review in Arbitration court, the arbitrator may review the case grounding upon the submitted evidences at a "Written proceeding".

Language of review of the case is defined upon a mutual agreement between the parties.

Review of case is being performed at a closed Arbitration hearing thereby ensuring confidentiality and denying the possibility to unauthorized persons to obtain the information on legal proceeding.

What are the differences between the Arbitration court and State court system?

In order to enforce the collection, it shall be first necessary to have Award of the Arbitration court or a court decision. Grounding upon the decision, a writ of execution is issued. Grounding upon the writ of execution, the law enforcement officer executes the collection.

In Zemgales Arbitration court

Court hearing

Time

Activity

Result

1

0.5 - 2 months

Arbitration hearing

Final Award

In State court system

Legal proceedings

Time

Activity

Result

1

6 - 24 months

Review of the case at the Court of First Instance

Subject to appeal

2

6 - 24 months

Case review under appellation procedure

Subject to appeal, adjudication comes into force.

3

6 - 24 months

Case review under appellation procedure

Final adjudication,
or the 4th legal proceeding.

4

6 - 24 months

Repeated case review at the same court, by a different court panel

Subject to appeal, adjudication comes into force.

5

6 - 24 months

Review of the case under cassation procedure

Final adjudication,
or the 4th legal proceeding.

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By using the State court system, procedure may last for years. During these years debtor may sell all its property, spend all its monetary resources and become insolvent. Consequently a situation may occur, where there is no person whom the debt may be collected of.

In order to prevent such a situation, it is possible to use the potentialities offered by Zemgales arbitration court and include the arbitration clause of Zemgales arbitration court.

 

 

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