Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this contract or the breach, termination or invalidity thereof, shall be referred to and finally resolved by arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration Rules of the Thailand Arbitration Center for the time being in force and the conduct of the arbitration thereof shall be under the administration of the Thailand Arbitration Center.
“ข้อพิพาท ข้อขัดแย้ง หรือข้อเรียกร้องใด ๆ ซึ่งเกิดขึ้นจากหรือเกี่ยวข้องกับสัญญาฉบับนี้ รวมทั้งข้อพิพาทเกี่ยวกับการไม่ปฏิบัติตามสัญญา การเลิกสัญญา หรือความสมบูรณ์ของสัญญานี้ ให้ได้รับการวินิจฉัยชี้ขาดเป็นที่สุดโดยการอนุญาโตตุลาการตามข้อบังคับสถาบันอนุญาโตตุลาการ ที เอช เอ ซี ว่าด้วยอนุญาโตตุลาการ ซึ่งใช้บังคับอยู่ในขณะที่มีการเสนอข้อพิพาทเพื่อการอนุญาโตตุลาการ โดยให้อยู่ภายใต้การจัดการของสถาบันอนุญาโตตุลาการ”
Tout différend, controverse ou réclamation découlant de ou en rapport avec ce contrat ou la violation, la résiliation ou l’invalidité de celui-ci, sera soumis et définitivement résolu par arbitrage conformément au règlement d’arbitrage du Centre d’Arbitrage de la Thaïlande (THAC) pour le moment en vigueur et la conduite de l’arbitrage sera sous l’administration du Centre d’Arbitrage de Thaïlande (THAC).
이 계약 또는 계약의 위반, 취소 또는 무효와 관련되어 있거나 이로 부터 연유하는 여하한의 분쟁, 논쟁 또는 주장은 태국중재센터 (THAC) 의 중재규칙에 따른 중재에 회부되어 최종적으로 해결되어야 하며 당시 유효한 그리고 그러한 중재의 진행은 반드시 태국중재센터 (THAC)의 관리하에 있어야 한다.
Any dispute arising out of or in connection this contract, the parties agree to settle the disputes by Mediation in accordance with the Rules of Thailand Arbitration Center and under the management of Thailand Arbitration Center. The parties agree to participate in the conciliation in good faith and undertake to abide by the terms of any settlement reached.
The Chairperson of the Foundation for Human Rights and Development (HRDF) issued a request to the Thai government to reconsider the employment policy under Section 64 of the Royal Ordinance on the Foreign Workers Management B.E. 2560, to amend the Labour Relations Act., and to provide opportunities for foreign workers to form labour unions.
On 1 January 2021, the International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”) will adopt new arbitration rules (“2021 Rules”), which amend the existing rules last revised in 2017. This is the third upgrade in this decade as an attempt to “enhance more efficiency, flexibility and transparency”
Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations has termed Climate Change as “the defining issue of our times.” Climate change has become increasingly pervasive and evidently visible from the raging wildfires in California to devastating floods and cyclones in the Asia-Pacific region.
Small Claims Arbitration Rules Thailand Arbitration Center Rules on Small Claims Arbitration B.E. 2560 (2017)
To ensure that the arbitration process is conducted in a convenient, quick, cost-effective and fair manner to all parties and to enhance Thailand Arbitration Center’s (THAC) rule by shortening arbitration period, ensuring that all fees and expenses are considered appropriate to the claimed amount and enabling small claim disputes to be settled through the arbitration;
This Convention shall apply to the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards made in the territory of a State other than the State where the recognition and enforcement of such awards are sought, and arising out of differences between persons, whether physical or legal. It shall also apply to arbitral awards not considered as domestic awards in the State where their recognition and enforcement are sought.
Bills of lading have conventionally been issued by shipowners. However, recently bills issued by non-vehicle owning carriers like freight forwarders have become rampant. Traders, and even bankers/lawyers/courts, may treat them as good as a bill issued by a shipowner. This article will show that NVOC bills are not as good as shipowner’s bill and suggest they should be statutorily controlled.
Thailand Arbitration Center (THAC) is an institution that provides Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) comprises of arbitration and mediation services for cross-border disputes. It was first founded and commenced its operation in 2015, with an aim to promote and strengthen the ADR system and services in Thailand.
THAC International Advisory Board
With a vision to facilitate strategic development and providing advice and profound guidance on important issues regarding alternative dispute resolution,
Thailand Arbitration Center takes an initiative to establish the International Advisory Board (IAB). The prime focus of the board should be providing guidance
in order to achieve relevant targets, policy, and program issues of THAC. The IAB is made up of prominent international arbitration and mediation
experts with extensive leadership experience, drawn from a variety of academic and professional disciplines.
Dr. Colin Ong QCChairman
George A BermannChief of Advisor
Ethelwald O MendesMember
Michael E. SchneiderMember
Dr. Michael PrylesMember
Dr. Roland B. WilsonMember
I have recently chaired an ad hoc tribunal which used THAC's fund holding service. THAC's support was very well managed and efficient – thank you!
Arbitration Practice, Southeast Asia Herbert Smith
This was the first Family Mediation for THAC and significantly, a Hague Convention (HC) case which is regarded as very specialised. We are happy to have helped the parties come to a resolution.
I am happy to say that THAC has all the facilities and means and
personnel to be dealing with even complex mediations like this.