The roots of this distinction date back to the early twentieth century, with the proclamation of the Protocol on Arbitration Clauses on September 24, 1923. Article 1 of the Protocol provides that « each State Party recognizes the validity of a convention, whether it relates to existing or future disputes between the parties under the jurisdiction of different States parties by which the Parties agree, all or all the differences that may result from such a treaty with respect to commercial affairs or other matters: to be submitted to arbitration which may be settled by arbitration; whether the arbitration is to take place in a country whose jurisdiction is not or is not subject to either party. [1] Bid agreements are contracts between two or more parties to submit an existing dispute to arbitration. These are essentially arbitration clauses for existing disputes and the only reasonable difference between a filing agreement and an arbitration clause before the dispute is the date of acceptance of the arbitration by the parties. National courts around the world are therefore accessible to submission agreements and, in most cases, will readily accept them.1 The first and best known form is an arbitration clause contained in the main contract between the parties, which provides for the settlement of all potential disputes through arbitration. From a historical point of view, the distinction between the two forms of arbitration mentioned above is a priority. The criterion for the interpretation of this type of clause therefore remains to seek the common intention of the parties, the principle of which is reaffirmed by Regulation 2016-131 of 10 February 2016 on the reform of contract law. the second paragraph does not specify what has been inferred from this in the case of a large number of partners and it has been provided that the same refusal will be subject to arbitration. The above-mentioned submission clauses and agreements are part of WIPO`s dispute settlement system for films and media: WIPO mediation and expedited arbitration for cinema and media. They concern procedures that are particularly efficient in terms of time and cost, specially adapted to the needs of the parties in most film and media disputes. In practice, it is not always easy to convince a partner to accept arbitration following a dispute, as the injuring party may wish to postpone the resolution of a dispute indefinitely.

1. If the arbitration clause is contained in a document other than the contract to which it relates, mention shall be made of that contract. In addition, many businessmen have reached an agreement to submit to arbitration after a dispute has arisen by making the offer of conciliation tastier: for example, by offering mediation that will only be followed by arbitration if mediation is not successful. A missing clause in one of these aspects may be ineffective or allow the other party to delay the proceedings, while the vagueness is resolved. For example, if the clause does not indicate the number of arbitrators and no agreement is reached on such an issue, this must be defined by the institution managing the arbitration or, if the parties have not agreed on an institution, by the courts of the seat. On the other hand, the second form of the arbitration agreement, called a « deposit agreement », or a compromise agreement, is concluded for the purposes of a given dispute, after such a dispute has already emerged. This filing agreement allows parties wishing to avoid state disputes to initiate arbitration proceedings without an arbitration clause. Instead of closing its case, the court kept the case pending by not deciding on the court`s costs to be decided later. The tribunal essentially took over the arbitration proceedings and treated it as a court-run arbitration proceeding under the UAE Procedure Act, which is not what the parties had agreed on. . .

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