LCIA India [Archived]

The following Arbitration practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • LCIA India [Archived]
  • LCIA India Arbitration Rules
  • Application
  • Request for Arbitration (art 1)
  • Commencement date
  • Response to Request for Arbitration (art 2)
  • Jurisdiction (art 23)
  • Appointment of the tribunal
  • LCIA India—costs

LCIA India [Archived]

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained.

It was announced on 15 January 2016 that, from 1 June 2016, the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) will service the needs of those who have adopted LICA India Rules from LCIA’s London office. As a result, LICA India Rules-based arbitration and mediation will no longer be offered. The LCIA will continue to fully support existing cases, and from 1 June 2016 these cases will be administered from London. Similarly, new referrals under the LCIA India Rules based on existing contracts and arbitration and mediation clauses will be administered from London. As a consequence of these changes, referrals-based on contracts concluded after 1 June 2016, which contain clauses referring to LCIA India, will not be accepted for administration, and the LCIA India Rules will be amended to reflect this. The LCIA would be willing to administer such cases under the LCIA Rules if both parties consented.

LCIA India is a subsidiary of the LCIA based in London. LCIA India offers the same services as the LCIA in London (see Practice Notes: LCIA (2014)—arbitration under the LCIA Rules (2014) and Arbitration under the LCIA Rules (1998) [Archived]).

LCIA India operates under a three-tier structure:

  1. Board of Directors—the Board of Directors are concerned with the business aspects of LCIA India and are not engaged

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