Belgian Center for Arbitration and Mediation (“CEPANI”) was founded in 1969 for the purpose of studying and promoting International arbitration. CEPANI is a national, cross-sectoral, independent body whose members are business leaders, corporate counsels, lawyers, notaries, and university professors.
Since then, CEPANI has extended its purview to include other forms of dispute resolution. Today - as a recognized arbitration and mediation Centre – it strives to offer businesses and private individuals efficient and competent means for resolving disputes. To this end, it has drafted various sets of rules, including rules of arbitration. It also closely monitors those proceedings in which it is involved, supervising their quality, speed, and efficiency.
In 2012, CEPANI adopted new arbitration rules which came into force on 1 January 2013, replacing the previous set of rules in force since 2005.
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