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Title: Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB) and Dispute Review Board(DRB): A New Era of ADR
Authors: 顏玉明
Yan, Anna
Contributors: 法科所
Date: 2017-12
Issue Date: 2018-10-05 16:29:22 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Chinese Arbitration Association (CAA) aims to
provide comprehensive services of ADR mechanisms.
Currently there are arbitration, mediation, Dispute
Review Board (DRB) and Dispute Adjudication Board
(DAB) rendered by CAA. The terms DRB (a platform originating in the USA
that provides a non-binding recommendation) and
DAB (a platform applied by FIDIC and World Bank
provides a decision with interim-binding force)
sometimes are generically called Dispute Board (DB).
DAB and DRB are currently known being operated
in numerous countries. According to the data of the
Dispute Resolution Board Foundation, there are at
least 2800 projects employing DAB/DRB mechanisms
over 54 countries in 30 years from 1987 to 2017. In
Taiwan, Construction Dispute Review Board (DRB)
Rules of the Chinese Arbitration Association (CAA
Construction DRB Rules) were in force as of 25 March
2009, and Construction Dispute Adjudication Board
(DAB) Rules of the Chinese Arbitration Association
(CAA Construction DAB Rules) were in force as of 1
December 2016
Relation: CAA Newsletter, No.19, pp.3-4
Data Type: article
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