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Auto Warranty disputes FAQ

National Center for Dispute Settlement

NCDS is a neutral administrator of the dispute resolution process. The function of NCDS is to provide a conduit between the Arbitrator and the parties for the transmitting of information, evidence, requests, and decisions. NCDS keeps the process moving forward under its Rules. NCDS is not the decision maker and cannot second guess an independent Arbitrator that has heard the proofs and evidence presented by the parties, has deliberated, and has made a decision.

 

California Dispute Settlement Program

CDSP is a neutral administrator of the dispute resolution process. The function of CDSP is to provide a conduit between the Arbitrator and the parties for the transmitting of information, evidence, requests, and decisions. CDSP keeps the process moving forward under its Rules. CDSP is not the decision maker and cannot second guess an independent Arbitrator that has heard the proofs and evidence presented by the parties, has deliberated, and has made a decision.

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Commercial arbitration FAQ

Commercial Arbitration FAQ

When parties agree to arbitrate under the Rules of the National Center for Dispute Settlement, they authorize NCDS to administer the dispute. In its capacity as administrator, NCDS is not authorized to make decisions with respect to the merits of any case, or offer advice or suggestions on how to resolve a case. Administrators serve to facilitate the case administration process by appointing arbitrators, transmitting information between the parties, and arranging for the arbitration session.