What disputes are resolved in the arbitration court?
Those people who have disputes or problems can resolve them in an arbitration court. Any dispute is individual and requires a special approach. From practice it is clear that if you are not guided by emotions, many issues can be resolved without bringing the matter to court.
In the domestic system of legal proceedings, courts are assigned far from the last role. They consider all kinds of disputes arising as a result of entrepreneurial activity. There are also courts that decide issues that relate to intellectual property.
There is an arbitration code of procedure, according to which the procedure for considering conflict situations is defined. For example, if one enterprise has debt under a contract in order to collect it by force, it is necessary to apply to the arbitration court. This authority must also be contacted if it is necessary to recognize the contract as invalid or to terminate it.
In addition, in an arbitration court, you can resolve disputes that are related to the appeal of local or regulatory acts, if they relate to business activities. This also includes fines and mandatory payments.
Attention should be paid to some important points that may cause difficulties when applying to the arbitration court. For example, if a person is engaged in entrepreneurial activity, but is not registered as an individual entrepreneur, his case will be considered only in a court of general jurisdiction. But if he submitted an application to the arbitration court and only after that he ceased entrepreneurial activity, then the case remains in the arbitration court and is submitted for consideration.