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December 24, 2012
Unless the parties expressly agree otherwise, a final Arbitral Award issued by the Tribunal constituted under the NCAC Arbitration Rules is binding on both parties upon issuance. A final and binding arbitral award may be voluntarily complied or performed by the parties. In case any party refuse or fail to comply fully with a final binding Arbitral Award issued under the NCAC rules, the other party could seek court recognition and compulsory enforcement of the final binding Award. 
April 01, 2014

NCAC provides adequate administration for institutional and adhoc Arbitration referred or submitted by the parties to the Center. The NCAC services for institutional arbitration cover pre-arbitration, during arbitration and post-arbitration stages of the disputes resolution process. They include, but not limited to, case registration, arbitrator appointment, deciding on challenge of arbitrators, notice of Tribunal constitution, receiving and managing party’s deposit ordered by the Tribunal, ensuring proper communications between parties and the Tribunal, providing mentoring support to arbitrators, coordinating meetings between parties and the Tribunal, following up with the Tribunal on various stages of arbitral proceedings to ensure timely services, making draft award scrutiny to ensure proper format, clarity and full coverage, clearing arbitration costs with the parties, forwarding the award to the parties, providing certified copy of the award in relation to seeking award recognition and enforcement, and facilitating any request for additional award, award clarification, or correction of typographical, calculus, clerical or other similar mistakes or award interpretation.   
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