ICC Rules

ICC Rules of Arbitration (2012)
The new ICC Rules of Arbitration have come into force on 1st January 2012.

ICC Rules of Arbitration (1998)
The current Rules of Arbitration came into effect in January 1998, and will not be relevant for arbitrations taking place from 1st January 2012.

ICC Rules for a Pre-arbitral Referee Procedure
The ICC Rules for a Pre-arbitral Referee Procedure come into force as from 1 January 1990, allow parties to apply to a ‘referee’ for urgent provisional measured in relation to disputes.

Rules of ICC as Appointing Authority
The Rules of ICC as appointing authority regulate the appointment and challenge of an arbitrator in proceedings conducted under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules and in other ad hoc proceedings.

ICC ADR Rules 
br>The ICC ADR Rules offer a framework for settling business disputes and differences amicably with the help of a third party, known as a Neutral. The current set of rules came into force in 2001.

ICC Dispute Board Rules with Standard ICC Dispute Board Clauses and Model Dispute Board Member Agreement
ICC Dispute Board Rules comprise the ICC Dispute Board Rules governing DB proceedings and a model Dispute Board Member Agreement.

ICC Rules for ExpertiseThe ICC International Centre for Expertise, established in 1976, may be called upon for any or all of the following services: the proposal of an expert, the appointment of an expert, and the administration of expertise proceedings. The ICC rules for Expertise provide clarity on the proceedings and the present version came into force in 2003.


The ICC DOCDEX Rules provide a tool to settle disputes under the ICC Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary credits, the ICC Uniform Rules for Bank-to-Bank Reimbursement under Documentary Credits, the ICC Uniform Rules for Collections and the ICC Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees.