Nepal Council of Arbitration "NEPCA" founded in 1991 is an autonomous and non-profitable organization, established to administer arbitration and other alternative methods of dispute resolution in an expeditious and less expensive manner by arranging co-operation from the concerned sector. Furthermore, it is committed for the institutional development of Acts and proceedings related thereto, for the settlement of national and international disputes of development, construction, industry, trade and other nature which are to be resolved through arbitration.
NEPCA provides administrative services for arbitrating different kinds of dispute at reasonable fees. The council is not involved in deciding cases but supplies lists of individuals from which the parties mutually select impartial arbitrators. Arbitration is conducted by specific rules and procedures, and the awards by arbitrators are legally binding and enforceable. Read more...
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