What is the Spanish Court of Arbitration?

It is the body in charge of conducting commercial arbitrations which are submitted to it. It reports to the High Council of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Navigation.

What is commercial arbitration?

It is the natural solution to all disputes. The parties freely agree in writing that a third party may definitively resolve any differences they may have relating to interpretation, execution and resolution of agreements or contracts.

Which disputes does it resolve?

All national and international commercial disputes submitted to it by the parties, from anywhere in the world and in practically all economic sectors.

What are the functions of the Court?

  • To organize and conduct the arbitration.
  • To appoint the arbitrators.
  • To monitor progress.
  • To ensure enforcement of arbitral awards.
  • To ease conflict resolution.
  • To produce reports on the practice of commercial arbitration.
  • To establish collaboration agreements with international arbitration institutions.

Who can apply to the Spanish Court of Arbitration?

Any company, its consultants and professionals who wish to settle disputes through the intervention of specialized arbitrators.

Who do I contact?

To find out the cost, working and the different phases of the arbitration procedure, contact the High Council of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Navigation of Spain at the Spanish Court of Arbitration:
C/ Ribera del Loira, 12; 28042 – Madrid
Telephone: 91 590 69 00
Fax: 91 590 69 08