Unless the parties otherwise agree on procedure, the Court has regulations applicable upon the arbitration procedures administered by it, which provide guidance to the arbitration proceedings and distinguished by the following phases:
- A preliminary acceptance of the arbitration by the Court.
- Submission of written arguments.
- An appearance before the Arbitrator to determine the positions of the parties and the procedural aspects of the dispute, according to their specific circumstances.
- The evidentiary phase.
- The conclusions phase.
Arbitrations may be international in nature and be heard and resolved according to the language or languages agreed upon by the parties. In addition, arbitrations shall be decided in equity if the parties have expressly authorized to do so and its procedure can be simpler and more flexible than that established for legal arbitrations.
The Court provides administrative support to the arbitration process, offering modern computer and audio-visual assistance.
The Registrar of the Court is the arbitration procedure. The Court has expert witnesses and non- legal experts available to assist with arbitration.