Arbitration Court

The Arbitration Court was founded in 1949 and was operating attached to the Czechoslovak Chamber of Commerce. In 1980, its name was changed to the Arbitration Court attached to the Czechoslovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry and, finally on 1 January 1995, the court assumed its current name, i.e. the Arbitration Court attached to the Czech Chamber of Commerce and the Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic (“Arbitration Court”).

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What we arbitrate

Arbitration in the Czech Republic is regulated under Act No. 216/1994 Coll., on Arbitration Proceedings and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards, as amended which took effect on 1 January 1995.

» Commercial disputes

  • international disputes
  • domestic disputes
  • consumer disputes

» Domain disputes

  • .CZ
  • .EU
  • .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, and other top-level domain names

News

  • 28. 3. 2014

    Aktuální informace k doménám .CZ

    Nejvyšší soud České republiky rozsudkem sp. zn. 23 Cdo 3895/2011 rozhodl, že není možné uzavření rozhodčí smlouvy podáním žaloby k Rozhodčímu soudu na základě veřejné rozhodčí nabídky obsažené v Pravidlech registrace doménových jmen v ccTLD .cz, vydaných sdružením CZ.NIC, z.s.p.o., a neztotožnil se tak se závěry Vrchního soudu v Praze vyjádřenými v rozsudku 3 Cmo 367/2010. ..(Pdf příloha s celým textem ke stažení se Vám zobrazí po rozkliknutí novinek).

  • 1. 1. 2014

    Temporary discount on ADR fees

    As of 1.1.2014 there will be a temporary discount on ADR fees of EUR 1000 per filing an ADR complaint. The discount will be granted per each filed complaint irrespective of the number of domain names in dispute and the type of panel requested (for example the fee for disputing one domain name before the single-member panel will be EUR 300 instead of EUR 1 300, the fee for disputing six domain names before the three-member panel will be EUR 3 000 EUR instead of EUR 4 000 etc.). The discount is applicable to all complaints submitted until 31 December 2014. However, Czech Arbitration Court at its sole discretion may decide at any time to stop this special promotion. Please see the complete schedule of fees here

Arbitration court attached to the Czech Chamber of Commerce and Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic

Seat:

Dlouha 13, 110 00 Praha 1
Tel +420 222 333 340, Fax: +420 222 333 341
prague@arbcourt.cz

Office hours:

Mon - Thu 9:00 - 15:30 h. | Fri 9:00 - 14:00 h.

Regional Court Branches:

Brno: Masarykova univerzita – Právnická fakulta
Veveří 70, Brno, ZIP 611 70
Plzeň: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
Sady Pětatřicátníků 14, Plzeň, ZIP 306 14
Ostrava: Mojmírovců 41, Mariánské Hory,
Ostrava, ZIP 709 00
Hradec Králové: Krajská hospodářská komora KHK
Škroupova 957, 500 02 Hradec Králové

Arbitration court attached to the Czech Chamber of Commerce
and the Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic

Arbitration in the Czech Republic is governed by the Act. No. 216/1994 Coll., on Arbitration Proceedings and Enforcement of the Arbitral Awards, as amended, that came into force on 1 January 1995. Until the adoption of the above mentioned Act the Act. No. 93/1963 Coll. governed the arbitration proceedings, pursuant to which only international commercial disputes could be subject to arbitration. By adopting a new Act on arbitration the possibility to use these proceedings for deciding disputes outside the courts of law was much reinforced as the current rules of law enable use arbitration for any property disputes, except for the disputes relating to enforcement of decisions and “incidence disputes”, provided that both parties agree thereupon.

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