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Globalization has expanded the arena of trade across the world. The fast and competitive world requires quick decisions and resolutions to keep in pace, yet, there has to be justification and precision. As human minds and nature is involved in trade and commerce, disputes are inevitable albeit unfortunate aspect of business life. Most of the disputes are resolved through amicable negotiation or settlement. Others are constrained to approach the concerned judicial forums, however on account of long delay and considerable expenditure occurring in the disposal of legal battles there has been tremendous movement towards the resolution of disputes through the alternative forum of arbitrators through which resolution is less cumbersome. The procedure avoids the stress of a conventional trail. It is flexible , speedy, cost effective and convenient process in view of special attention to a particular dispute by the particular arbitrators(s).

In India, since ancient days settlement of disputes by Panchayats has been a common process for resolution of disputes in an informal manner but now arbitration is regulated by statutory provisions promulgating the Arbitration and Conciliation Act,1996.That apart, the legislators, in a recent amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure brought in a Section 89 wherein the courts have been empowered, in pending matters before it, to find out existence of elements of a settlement which may be acceptable to the parties, to refer the same for resolution of disputes by an alternative mechanisms such as Arbitration ,Conciliation and Mediation. In fact, the Courts in India, of late encourage litigants to opt and avail all the alternative method of resolution of disputes empowering the arbitrators to hold and possess the powers as that of Civil Courts to do complete and full justice between the parties.

Therefore, the effective alternate dispute resolution is vital to commerce and industry. The foremost, Arbitration plays an important role that too, an Institutional Arbitration. To achieve the objects of effective ADR Mechanism, CNICA was formed by a non-profitable Trust viz., “TRUST FOR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTES RESOLUTION’.

The Trust is a non profitable organisation formed with the object of promoting ADR mechanism. CNICA is managed by its Chairman Mr.D.Saravanan, its General Secretary Mr.D.Anand and Treasurer Mr.G.Ashokapathy.

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CNICA's Study series 2018-2019: First talk to be held about Artificial Intelligence and Law on November 23rd at 6:30pm at TNCA club.

The 3rd Study Session to be held on the 8th of June 2012, at 5.30 pm, at CNICA Guindy. : CNICA has been granted APRAG membership. CNICA is proud and happy to be part of the APRAG family.

Arbitration: Arbitration cannot be invoked based on an Unregistered document

CNICA's Study series 2018-2019 : Fifth talk to be held about Community Arbitration on March 15th at 5:30 pm at TNCA Club

CNICA's Study series 2018-2019: Fourth event - on the topic "Use of ADR Methods in Resolving Corporate Finance Disputes" and on the topic " Educating the new generation of practitioners on international arbitration" to be held on February 22nd at 5:00pm at TNCA club.

CNICA's Study series 2018-2019: Third event: An Interactive Panel Discussion on - A Complete Arbitration Experience in the Domestic and International Context to be held on January 31st at 4:30pm at TNCA club.