Overview

HKIAC is an independent non-profit organization established in 1985 to assist disputing parties to solve disputes by arbitration and by other means of alternate dispute resolution. One of its main objectives is to help Hong Kong become a leading Asian international dispute resolution centre. It has co-operation agreements with 18 international arbitral and ADR bodies around the world, including, among others, the International Court of Arbitration, the American Arbitration Association and the International Chamber of Commerce.

HKIAC has also been named as the domain name dispute resolution provider for the following country code top level domain names (ccTLDs), namely .cn (the Mainland of China), .hk (Hong Kong) and .ph (Philippines). Since April 2005, HKIAC has been appointed Internet Keyword disputes and Wireless Keyword disputes.

Services

Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)

  • The Policy
  • The Rules
  • The ADNDRC Supplemental Rules
  • Flow Chart of Proceedings
  • Online System Access
Case Filling

Uniform Rapid Suspension System (URS)

  • The Procedure
  • The Rules
  • The ADNDRC Supplemental Rules
  • Flow Chart of Proceedings
  • Online System Access
Case Filling

Trademark Post-Delegation Dispute Resolution Policy (TM-PDDRP)

  • The Procedure
  • The Rules
  • The ADNDRC Supplemental Rules
  • Flow Chart of Proceedings
Case Filling

Registrar Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy (TDRP)

  • Policy on Transfer of Registrations between Registrars
  • Registrar Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy
  • The ADNDRC Supplemental Rules
Case Filling

Registration as a Panelist

Procedures for Inclusion on the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre
Administrative Panel