Where there is an agreement for ADR
To file a Request for ADR (“Request”) where there is an agreement for ADR (either a pre-existing clause in the applicable contract, or by subsequent agreement of the parties), you must follow the provisions of Article 2(A) of the ADR Rules.
The Request should include:
a) the names, addresses, telephone and facsimile numbers and e-mail addresses of the parties to the dispute and their authorized representatives, if any;
b) a description of the dispute including, if possible, an assessment of its value;
c) any joint designation by all of the parties of a Neutral or any agreement of all of the parties upon the qualifications of a Neutral to be appointed by ICC where no joint designation has been made;
d) a copy of any written agreement under which the Request for ADR is made; and
e) the registration fee of the ADR proceedings, as set out in the Appendix to the ICC ADR Rules, amounting to US$ 1,500.
The Request shall not be considered complete until the registration fee is received by ICC. Upon receipt of the Request and Registration fee, the ADR proceeding is deemed to be commenced pursuant to Article 2(A) of the ADR Rules.
The Request shall be in writing, and may be submitted electronically by e-mail or fax, provided a hardcopy is also provided.
If the Request is not filed jointly by all of the parties, the party or parties filing the Request must simultaneously send the Request to the other party or parties and to:
ICC International Centre for ADR
38, Cours Albert 1er
By fax: +33 1 49 53 30 49