Sharjah, UAE – The Executive Committee of the Sharjah International Commercial Arbitration Centre (TAHKEEM) discussed severa troubles and recommendations throughout its first meeting 2019 on Thursday (March 14). The assembly was held at TAHKEEM’s headquarters under the chairmanship of H.E. Abdullah Deaifis, Chairman of the TAHKEEM Executive Committee. In the presence of Mr. Ahmed Saleh Alechla, Director of TAHKEEM, alongside the TAHKEEM Executive Committee and Executive Team members: Dr. Shaheen Al-Mazimi, Mr. Nassif BouMalhab, Hamad Omar Almidfa, Mohamed Ahmed Alshehhi, Executive Committee Members H.E. Abdullah Deaifis started the assembly with a welcome statement and also accepted the mins of the ultimate Executive Committee’s meeting consisting of its choices and recommendations alongside an assessment and observe-up of the Committee’s movements and milestones over the last period. In his distinct presentation, the Director of TAHKEEM explained the obligations of reviewing the final model of the Centre’s guidelines and workings. He shed vast mild on all the amendments raised with the group’s aid for review and approval.
During the meeting, they targeted an array of issues, including the pre-qualifications for becoming an arbitrator, the designation of arbitrators, the mechanism of arbitration declarations, and different regulations subject to modification. Some points concerning arbitral rules have been referred for assessment and dialogue by in-position members who emphasized the want to finalize the final model of the Centre’s policies as quickly as possible. On his element, Mr. Hamid Al-Mu’alla, Deputy Director of the TAHKEEM, reviewed the proposed schooling bonus desk, which covered the schooling guides offered by TAHKEEM and the expenses to be paid to the coaches according to the number of route days and hours in addition to the issues and output of each schooling course in step with the bonus device set via the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, following the benchmark market quotes set for such specialized training courses.
Ms. Hamda Al Baloushi, Director of the Cases Department at TAHKEEM, defined the responsibilities of an arbitrator. She reviewed a proposal for education for the graduates of the Arbitration Diploma Programme, which is aimed at grooming a technology of ready Emirati arbitrators. The notion envisages all the duties, duties, and duties that must be carried out through arbitrators graduating from the Diploma Programme. It also blanketed the preconditions that should be fulfilled using skilled arbitrators to associate participants despite failing to skip the appraisal method because of a lack of experience. The Committee authorized the concept whereby the Diploma graduates shall be trained as a Secretary, then as an Assistant Arbitrator, and then as a Certified Arbitrator. In her capability as President of the Sharjah International Commercial Arbitration Centre Youth Council, Al Baloushi supplied a proposal to help SMEs by providing arbitration services at cheap charges and easy tactics.
The proposal includes allowing young arbitrators to work on SME-related instances collectively with certified and ready arbitrators if you want to enhance their experience in addressing arbitral classes. The members additionally listened to an in-depth explanation from Mariam bin Hiddah, a member of the Sharjah International Commercial Arbitration Centre Youth Council, at the achievements made by using the Council for the duration of the primary region of 2019. She reviewed the Council’s activities, including inner meetings and classes held via the individuals, and the plans, programs, and tasks followed by the Council. The Council’s direct conferences with several legitimate and private departments, if you want to sell its role and spread recognition of its activities, were discussed nicely at some point in the meeting.
The discussions protected TAHKEEM’s participation in the Acres Real Estate Exhibition & Conference on March 19-21, 2019, at the Expo Centre Sharjah, wherein TAHKEEM may have a platform to sell its sports and services, via which its representatives will launch channels of discussion with all departments participating in the occasion, such as real estate builders, construction corporations and belongings agents. During ACRES, TAHKEEM will also organize a workshop themed “Arbitration in Settling Real Estate Disputes” for you to be provided by Hamda Al Baloushi. The Centre will even hold a panel session titled “International Protection of Real Estate Investment,” to be moderated by Mr. Zayed Al Shamsi, Head of the Emirates Association for Lawyers and Legal. Regarding TAHKEEM’s participation in foreign places activities, the Executive Committee accepted the involvement and sponsorship of the Second International Arbitration Conference between France and the UAE in Paris in April.
Regarding TAHKEEM’s agreements with different parties, the participants mentioned the terms of the cooperation settlement between TAHKEEM and the Emirates Intellectual Property Association. At the end of the consultation, H.E. Abdullah Deaifis thanked all of the Executive Committee contributors for their limitless guide for TAHKEEM and the Executive Center’s director and group for their extraordinary dedication. He hailed the giant successes of the Centre no matter the short length that was handed because of its established order. He underscored the pivotal position played with the aid of TAHKEEM in driving the enterprise sector and entrepreneurship in Sharjah, particularly in the UAE.