Such an arbitration procedure is conducted by an experienced arbitrator in [the industry or legal experience required for the arbitrator] and must contain a written minutes of the arbitration hearing. An arbitral award can be upheld in a competent court. In international arbitration, the prevailing practice is that deposits are not allowed. But it is also true in international arbitration that written evidence is generally used in place of direct oral testimony and that these written statements are exchanged well before the hearing on the merits. This procedure may be more than enough to eliminate any need for deposits. In national commercial arbitration proceedings, the limited filing of important witnesses can significantly reduce cross-examination and shorten the hearing on the merits. That is why JAMS Comprehensive Arbitration Rule 17 (a) provides that each party may accept the removal of another party and, if necessary, request additional deposits. If not carefully controlled, however, deposits in domestic arbitration can be extremely expensive, wasteful and time-time-time-friendly.
These include all the mandatory requirements that may exist at the place of arbitration and at the intended place or place of implementation.