Seamlessly blending technology with the principles of fair dispute resolution, adjudication represents a vital solution for those seeking to resolve conflicts swiftly and cost-effectively. Upon navigating TCC ADR Centre’s dedicated platform, users are welcomed into a realm of streamlined legal proceedings, characterized by its user-friendly interface and comprehensive support. Leveraging sophisticated algorithms and a vast database of legal precedents, we facilitate the resolution process by meticulously analyzing the presented evidence, arguments, and legal standings. This method ensures impartiality, consistency, and objective decision-making, reflecting the core tenets of adjudication. With results typically delivered within a fraction of the time it would take in traditional court settings, Adjudication as a Service emerges as a beacon of efficiency and accessibility, redefining how individuals and businesses approach conflict resolution in the digital age.

  • Initiation of Adjudication Process: Parties involved in a dispute initiate the adjudication process by accessing the ADR website and creating an account. They provide details about the nature of the dispute, including relevant documents, evidence, and arguments.
  • Submission and Review: Each party submits their respective arguments, evidence, and supporting documents through the ADR platform. The ADR website's system verifies the completeness of submissions and notifies both parties.
  • Selection of Adjudicator: The ADR website offers a list of qualified and neutral adjudicators, from which both parties can select their preferred choice. If both parties cannot agree on an adjudicator, the ADR website's system can randomly assign one.
  • Adjudicator's Preliminary Assessment: The selected adjudicator reviews the submissions from both parties to gain a comprehensive understanding of the dispute. They may request additional information or clarifications if needed.
  • Online Hearing (Optional): If necessary, the ADR website facilitates an online hearing where parties and the adjudicator can discuss the dispute in real-time via video conferencing. During the hearing, each party presents their case, responds to questions, and engages in discussions led by the adjudicator.
  • Evidence Evaluation: The adjudicator thoroughly evaluates the submitted evidence, arguments, and any information presented during the online hearing. They apply relevant legal principles, precedents, and industry standards to form an informed decision.
  • Drafting of Decision: The adjudicator drafts a detailed decision outlining their findings, analysis, and rationale for the ruling. The decision is written in a clear, concise, and legally sound manner.
  • Review and Approval: The adjudicator reviews the decision to ensure accuracy and adherence to legal standards. The decision is then submitted to the ADR website's platform for approval.
  • Release of Decision: The ADR website releases the adjudicator's decision simultaneously to both parties through their respective accounts. The decision is provided in a secure and downloadable format.
  • Implementation of Decision: Both parties are expected to comply with the adjudicator's decision as outlined in the resolution. The ADR website can monitor compliance and offer support in case of disputes arising from implementation.
  • Closure of Case: The case is considered resolved once both parties acknowledge the decision's implementation. The ADR website archives the case information for future reference.

To register a new case, please send your application to or click the form below.

TCC Model Adjudication Clause:

Any dispute or difference arising out of or in connection with this contract shall be referred to a Dispute Board ('the Board') for resolution. The Board shall consist of [insert number] independent and impartial experts, possessing relevant qualifications and experience in the technical field of the project. The parties agree to appoint the Board members promptly after the dispute arises. The members of The Board shall be appointed from the panel of TCC ADR Centre. The Board's decision shall be final, conclusive, and binding on both parties, who shall implement the resolution without delay. The Board shall conduct its proceedings in accordance with the rules and procedures specified in the 'Dispute Boards Rules' of TCC ADR Centre. The costs of the Board, including its members' fees and expenses, shall be borne equally by the parties unless the Board directs otherwise in its decision.

Payment of fees and costs could be made by bank transfer at the following details:

Account TCC ADR Centre
Bank Bank Al-Falah Limited, DHA Phase V Branch, Lahore, Pakistan
Account number 09601008103213
IBAN PK96ALFH0960001008103213
Currency PKR


It is important to include the name of the payer and, if applicable, the case reference to the payment for its prompt and accurate crediting. A copy of the proof of payment should be provided, so that the respective transfer is located in the TCC’s accounts.

All payments must be free of any charges that may occur at the sending and/or receiving bank. TCC shall bear no responsibility with regards to any currency conversions that might be applied by the sending and/or the receiving bank or to any currency fluctuations, which might overall affect the payment of fees and costs.

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We agree that we will abide by and perform any award rendered hereunder and that a judgment may be entered on the award

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