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GTA Dispute Resolution
The Dispute Resolution Service Grain Trade Australia works to avoid litigation and reduce friction among GTA Members and other industry participants by encouraging dispute resolution through peer review. The service is conducted in a manner that promotes the saving of time and expense while providing an efficient, fair and equitable means to settle disputes related to commercial transactions.
The Arbitration Guidelines should be read by anyone considering GTA arbitration and before directing inquiries to GTA. They set out GTA’s policy and seek to provide clarification in relation to various aspects of GTA arbitration practice and procedure. They are to be read in conjunction with the applicable Trade Rules and Dispute Resolution Rules, the applicable legislation and case law.
A Request must be lodged with GTA on or before 12 months after the expiration date for performance of the contract(s) otherwise any claim is deemed to be waived and absolutely barred. All requests must be accompanied by the appropriate filing fee. Refer to the Fee Schedule and Dispute Resolution Rules. Requests to be lodged via firstname.lastname@example.org Dispute Resolution Request Form - February 2013
The fees payable by each party shall be determined by GTA and are subject to change and review by the GTA Board of Directors, at its discretion. Any amendments will be published in Schedule 1 to these Rules.
Arbitrators will be nominated from the GTA Approved Arbitrators List. An Arbitrator shall not be interested in the transaction nor directly interested as a member or financially associated with any party to the arbitration.
Arbitration Summaries are a list of finalised GTA arbitrations that have had awards handed down. The arbitrations have been summarised and sanitised for confidentiality. Grain Producer’s Q & A