Arbitration | Arbitration Procedure
This is how arbitration under the SARCO arbitration Rules is commenced.
Arbitration is commenced when the claimant files a request for arbitration with the SARCO. At the same time as the request is filed, the claimant shall pay a registration fee.
The request for arbitration shall include:
1.  a statement of the names, addresses, telephone and facsimile numbers and e-mail addresses of the parties and their counselor other representatives;
2.  a summary of the dispute;
3.  a preliminary statement of the relief sought by the claimant;
4.  a copy or description of the arbitration agreement or clause under which the dispute is to be settled;
5.  any comments on the number of arbitrators and the seat of arbitration; and
6.  if applicable, the name, address, telephone number, facsimile number and e-mail address of the arbitrator appointed by the claimant;
7.  proof of payment of the Registration Fee.
Upon filing the Request for Arbitration, the claimant shall pay the registration Fee prescribed in the SARCO Fee Schedule.
Electronic case management - submission of the request for arbitration
The request for arbitration and annexes should, to the extent possible, be sent to:
*When the Request for Arbitration is sent by e-mail, the claimant is required to submit sufficient number of hard copies of the Request for Arbitration with enclosures within 7 days of the e-mail.
Hard copies should be sent to:
SAARC Arbitration Council
169 (Green Villa),
St # 36, sector f-10/1
*Please note that in case of paper submission, the documentation should be provided to SARCO in as many copies as necessary to make it possible to send a copy each to the respondent(s), the SARCO and the arbitrator(s).