In conclusion, if there is no binding form of arbitration agreement and the procedures and appointment can be left to the parties, it must be taken into account that the compromise clause is formulated in clear and clear terms when the parties` intention to refer disputes to arbitration (either specifically or all) must be obvious. The “for” of arbitration is only a place of accommodation where the procedure can be carried out and it does not confer jurisdiction on the courts whose jurisdiction is in the territory. The Supreme Court stated in BGS SGS SOMA JV vs. NHPC Ltd. as 2019 (17) SCALE 369 that the place of arbitration may change and that it would not lead to a change of jurisdiction. The parties agree that all disputes, claims or controversies arising from or related to this agreement will be subject to mediation and, if the matter is not resolved through mediation, it will be subject to final and binding arbitration, in accordance with the clause described in paragraph 5 below. Each party can begin mediation by issuing a written request for mediation to the other party indicating the purpose of the dispute and the discharge requested. The parties will cooperate to plan the mediation process. The parties agree that they will participate in the mediation in good faith and that they will participate equally in the costs. Any offer, promise, conduct and oral or written statement made during mediation by one of the parties, its representatives, collaborators, experts and lawyers, as well as by the mediator, is confidential, privileged and inadmissible for any purpose, including impeachment proceedings, in the context of an arbitration or other proceeding involving the parties, provided that evidence is admissible or likely to be found. , are not prohibited or unretectable because of their use in mediation. Each party can initiate arbitration proceedings on matters subject to mediation by filing a written request for mediation at any time after the first mediation meeting or after 45 days after the filing date of the written application for mediation (“Early Initiation Date”).