When can I start arbitration proceedings in the Netherlands?

Arbitration is non-public administration of justice. Contracting parties can agree mutually not to submit a dispute to the regular court. Instead, they submit the dispute to one or more arbitrators. This can be done before a dispute has arisen, for instance, in General Terms & Conditions, or when a dispute has arisen, in a specific agreement. Would you like us to draw up a contract or General Terms and Conditions including an arbitration clause? Or do you want to start arbitration proceedings? Contact us.

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