Arbitration Registration Form

Submitting a request for arbitration will start the arbitration proceedings at the Technology Arbitration & Mediation Institute (hereinafter: ‘TAMI’).

The arbitration procedure is governed by TAMI’s arbitration rules. The date and time of receipt of the request for arbitration by TAMI mark the start of the arbitration (article 5 paragraph 2). The party submitting the request for arbitration receives a confirmation of receipt of the request electronically.

The arbitration rules state that the request for arbitration must contain certain information (article 5 paragraph 2). TAMI needs this information to process the request.

a. Information of the claimant

Where relevant, information authorised representative claimant

b. Information defendant

Where relevant, information authorised representative defendant

c. A short description of the dispute

d. Arbitration agreement and any other agreements


The understanding between the parties that their disputes shall be settled by arbitration according to
TAMI’s rules of procedure must be apparent from an arbitration agreement (arbitration clause,
arbitral compromise). Please enclose a copy of the relevant agreement(s) or any other documents
with the request.

e. General description of the claim and, if possible, a specification of the financial interests of
each claim.

f. The appointment of arbitrators


TAMI’s rules of the procedure take the position that the parties themselves appoint the arbitrator.
Where the parties have agreed on the appointment of three arbitrators, each party will appoint one
arbitrator, and these two appointed arbitrators will appoint the third arbitrator, who will also be the
president (of the arbitral tribunal).

In appointing an arbitrator, the parties have the option of using suggestions of TAMI for arbitrator
candidates. When the parties appoint the arbitrator(s) themselves, please fill in the information below:
Claimant appoints /parties jointly appoint:

Arbitrator 1

Arbitrator 2

President:



An arbitrator should be impartial and independent. He or she may not have close personal or
business relationships with one of the parties nor with the other arbitrators. He or she may not have
any direct personal or commercial interest in the outcome of the case. At the same time, the
arbitrator may not have expressed his or her opinion on the case to either party before his or her
appointment.

g. Number of arbitrators (Article 7(2)(i))

There must be an odd number of arbitrators. If there is disagreement among the parties on the
number of arbitrators, the TAMI administrator will determine the number to one or three, depending
on the nature and the scope of the case. With regard to the number of arbitrators:

h. Qualification of the arbitrator(s)

With regard to the arbitrator's qualifications:

i. Place of arbitration

The parties determine the place of mediation, failing which the arbitral tribunal will do so.
With regard to the place of arbitration:

j. Language of the arbitration

With regard to the language of the arbitration:

(a) The parties have agreed that this will have to be the (either English or
Dutch) language.

Dutch (Nederlands)English (Engels)

(b) The parties have not agreed on anything but the claimant prefers:
(either English or Dutch) language.
Dutch (Nederlands)English (Engels)

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