Arbitration

Arbitration is a body for the pre- and extrajudicial resolution of certain legal disputes.

In the case of legal disputes, it is not necessary in all cases for courts to immediately seek clarification. Arbitration is often sufficient as a more time-saving and cost-effective alternative.

Arbitration is a body for the pre- and extrajudicial resolution of certain legal disputes. This applies to both civil and criminal matters.

In each municipality there are volunteer arbitrators who are elected for a period of five years. Their task is to mediate between the disputers and to find solutions to legal disputes. You are subject to absolute confidentiality, even after your term of office, and are authorized to implement legally binding agreements.



Information on this can be obtained from the competent arbitrator.

The request must be submitted in writing or for record to the competent arbitrator.

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Further information can also be found on the website of the Ministry of Justice, Culture and Europe of the State of Schleswig-Holstein (MJKE) or the Federation of German Arbitrators (BDS).

  • Dispute settlement
  • BDS

Arbitration Rules for the State of Schleswig-Holstein (SchO).

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