These Rules apply to conciliation of disputes arising out of or relating to a contractual or other legal relationship where the parties seeking an amicable settlement of their dispute have agreed that the UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules apply.
The current ICC Rules of Conciliation came into force on 1 January 1988. Conciliation is a process independent of arbitration. It remains entirely optional unless the parties have otherwise agreed. The ICC Rules of Arbitration do not require the parties to attempt conciliation prior to commencing an arbitration. So, too, the Rules of Optional Conciliation permit conciliation to be attempted without requiring that the dispute be referred to arbitration thereafter if the conciliation effort is unsuccessful.
Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 “Farmer” means an individual engaged in the production of farming produce by self or by hired labour or otherwise, and includes the Farmer Producer Organisation; “Sponsor” means a person who has entered into a farming agreement with the farmer to purchase a farming produce; Farming Agreement and […]