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Arbitration Act, 1940 is the principal legislation that governs arbitration proceedings in Pakistan. It was enacted during British rule and is somewhat outdated compared to modern international arbitration standards.

The application of The Arbitration Act, 1940, is to both domestic and international arbitration conducted in Pakistan. However, for international arbitration, parties often prefer to use arbitration rules of international institutions, such as the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) or UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law).

Alam and Alam firmly believe that when disputes arise that require an alternative to traditional litigation, arbitration emerges as an effective and efficient method for resolving legal conflicts. Our seasoned team of legal professionals specializes in handling arbitration cases across various sectors, ensuring fair and impartial resolution promptly.

Alam and Alam provides arbitration services in a wide range of legal areas, including but not limited to:

· Commercial and Business Disputes

· Contractual Disagreements

· Labor and Employment Disputes

· Property and Real Estate Disputes

· Consumer Rights and Disputes

Alam and Alam through its Partners and Associates understands and practices within this area of law and its advocates and barristers are fully equipped to safeguard its Clients’ rights in such matters and are committed to upholding the principles of justice and fairness while efficiently resolving disputes through arbitration. Whether you are a business entity, an individual, or a public institution, our dedicated team is here to guide you through the arbitration process and achieve an amicable resolution.

Contact us today to learn more about how our expert arbitration services can help you navigate legal challenges in Pakistan. Let Alam and Alam be your trusted partner in achieving just and equitable outcomes.

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