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Saudi Centre for Commercial Arbitration (SCCA) is not-for-profi t organisation established by Cabinet Decree number 257 dated 14/6/1435 H – 15/03/2014 G to administer arbitration and other ADR procedures in civil and commercial disputes where parties agree to refer their disputes to SCCA arbitration and all in accordance with regulations in force and judicial principles of civil and commercial procedure. The SCCA’s independent Board of Directors was established by a Resolution from the Council of Saudi Chambers in coordination with the Standing Committee for Arbitration Centers. All SCCA Board members must be from the private sector and may not hold a government position. The SCCA provides alternative dispute resolution services (ADR), including arbitration and mediation. SCCA services are provided in accordance with international and professional best standards in both Arabic and English (with additional translation and transcription services available upon request). The SCCA also provides users with professional services by staff trained to international best practice standards at the AAA-ICDR, and the latest ADR technology methods and facilities – all contributing to the rapid and effective settlement of domestic and international commercial disputes.
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