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Old 05-20-2020, 04:04 AM   #1
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Default Arbitration to resolve a dispute when the contract says otherwise

Can 2 parties use arbitration to resolve a dispute if the contract says the dispute will be resolved in the courts of California in county court?

If so what arbitration rules would apply then?

(FYI - Both parties would be agreeing to do the arbitration, and not use the court.)
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Old 05-20-2020, 05:31 AM   #2
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Default Re: Arbitration to resolve a dispute when the contract says otherwise

I wish to inform you that both parties by agreement may refer dispute to arbitration. In this as both parties agree for arbitration thus both parties may amend agreement to include arbitration as a method of resolving disputes. Laws governing contract will apply in arbitration. If agreement was made in California then law of California will apply in arbitration.


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Yes two parties can always agree to use arbitration unless a third party involved in the issue is somehow harmed or does not agree.
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I wish to inform you that both parties by agreement may refer dispute to arbitration. In this as both parties agree for arbitration thus both parties may amend agreement to include arbitration as a method of resolving disputes. Laws governing contract will apply in arbitration. If agreement was made in California then law of California will apply in arbitration.
Thanks for information. It looks like it's the same in UK laws. I've been opening start-up in London recently, and was facing some of those issues already. By the way, basic info about incorporation ( here: http://www.founderdocuments.co.uk/in...mited-company/ ), which helped me nevertheless it has simple points, it reminded me a lot of necessary "official papers" things.

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