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Address: 8a Admiralty street #04-37, Singapore


ONLINE Front desk

Here you can submit your claim and supporting documents online.
– Public affairs and media office
– Human resources department


  • Fast processing of claims

    A claim is processed on the 10th working day from the date of its filing. By law, the decision of the Arbitration Court comes into legal effect immediately and is not subject to appeal (anywhere else).
  • State support in the enforcement of decisions

    The state enforcement order is issued for the Court decisions in 30-50 days (against financial guarantees of the Court).
  • Real debt collection

    The court provides free-of-charge assistance in processing and filing executive documents to the debtor's bank or the bailiff service, with further monitoring of their execution until the return of debts. Organizing the work of collectors.
  • Qualified and independent judges

    Requirements to the judges - higher legal education and 5 years of work experience in a particular industry.
    A judge is chosen by the parties of the Presidium, ensuring the independence of the process. Personal data of judges is completely closed.
  • Assistance in preparation for court

    Prior to filing a lawsuit the court provides free advice on procedural matters.
  • Regional availability

    The Court reviews the claims to regional and foreign Defendants in Moscow or via Skype.
  • Financial cost-effectiveness

    A single court deals with claims both to legal entities and natural persons. 10 times lower expenses than with a state court.

The rights and obligations of parties

Article 38. Rights and Obligations of the Parties to the Case


1. Parties to the case may familiarize themselves with the case file, make abstracts from it or copies thereof, petition for disqualifications, present their evidence and familiarize themselves with evidence presented by other parties to the case prior to the arbitration proceedings, participate in review of the evidence, question other participants of the arbitration proceedings, make statements, provide explanations to the Arbitration Tribunal, present their arguments on all matters arising in the course of hearing the case; familiarize themselves with petitions submitted by other parties to the case, be aware of complaints submitted by other parties to the case, object against petitions and arguments of other parties to the case, be aware of judicial acts rendered on the case and obtain copies of judicial acts rendered in the form of separate documents, familiarize themselves with dissenting opinions of the Arbitrators on the case, exercise other process rights the Arbitration Law or these Rules grant them.

Parties to the case may also submit documents to the Arbitration Tribunal in electronic form via the Electronic Reception at the official web site www.rsa.sg. Under their petitions the parties to the case may receive electronic documents to their emails.

2. Parties to the case must exercise all their process rights in good faith.

Abuse of their process rights by the parties to the case shall entail adverse consequences set forth herein for such parties.


3. Parties to the case shall have procedural obligations set forth herein unless such obligations are incompatible with the direct agreement by and between the parties as set forth in the arbitration agreement.