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Arbitration in China (2): How Do Arbitration Cases Operate in China

If you have a arbitration clause in the contract with your Chinese counterpart providing that you will use China arbitration institution as the dispute resolution approach, then if any dispute occurs, you will need to commence an arbitration case in China.

In this article, we will use Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (“SCCIETAC”) as an example to show you how the procedure of arbitration works in China.

Abitration Claim and Process.

1.Pursuant to the agreement and the arbitration rules of SCCIETAC, you need first confirm what is your arbitration claim.

2. To support your claim, you need to collect (or engage a law firm) all the relevant documentation and evidence. You then submit the request for arbitration to the SCCIETAC, and pay the arbitration fees.