Mahdieh Mohammadi
posted 2 years ago
Contract with Chinese company
We have made a contract with a Chinese company, who after receiving the prepayment does not act according to their commitments and are asking for extra expenses. We have determined the china chamber of commerce as the arbitrator. Now how can we initiate legal proceedings?
  • China
  • Dispute Resolution law
  • Commercial and Business Law
  • Contract
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posted 2 years ago
Naturally, it is very important to consider the terms of arbitration in your contract, and I have concluded various contracts with China in the companies that I consult, and you can contact me. This is my contact number: +989128142543
posted 2 years ago
Business runs on good faith and reasonable compliance of all the terms and conditions of the Agreement. Forcemejure(Out of the Control of the Parties) for not satisfying any one of the Clauses of the Agreement.Under this Circumstance the Demand/Refusal is agreeable and the Aggrieved party can not sue the other party. Where both the parties have agreed to settle any Differences or Disputes arise in the course of operation of the Agreement they can approach to the Arbitrator as agreed by both the parties and stated in the Agreement. Please go through the Examination of Force majeure Clause coverage to your Agreement. With kind regards, S.Venkateswar Patnaik, High Court Advocate, Member-Legamart, Bhubaneswar, Odisha state, India Mobile No📱📞+918480613309 PayPal